Essays and articles about cyber risk often refer to human error as a major driver of cyber incidents and the financial losses arising from them. But what is human error and how are human traits and
Even the most well-run, retirement plans can be the target of an excessive fee claim, which can cost millions of dollars to defend and/or settle. With the surge in litigation on the plan fees, it
As the COVID-19 vaccine becomes a larger part of the national conversation, employers will need to assess and/or develop a vaccination policy and plan. Employer-driven vaccination programs require a
Individuals, families, businesses, organizations will long be contending with the COVID-19 impacts of 2020. Against this backdrop, five key themes emerge in the wealth planning outlook for 2021:
Minority owners of a business face unique challenges. With limited or no control over the management and governance of a business, minority owners can be unfairly left in the cold or squeezed out.
Unlike businesses with a single controlling owner or several owners, a 50/50 business by its very nature is ripe for disagreement between its owners. Owners of a 50/50 business will need to
Work is evolving in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, organizations need to recalibrate their compensation approach to ensure program goals and objectives align with this new reality.
Year-end tax planning is always challenging, but the coronavirus pandemic has added a whole new layer of complexity to the equation for individuals, families, and businesses across the nation. The
Year-end planning presents abundant opportunity to consider and optimize tax strategies. For the executives who have faced tremendous demand to lead companies through dynamic shifts during a year of
Just decades after coming out from under IT’s wing, the cybersecurity profession has matured. Armed with the insight and foresight that only experience and wisdom can provide, cyber stands at a