Protecting Your Commercial Property from Ice Dams in Winter Months

From roof destruction to wall, ceiling, insulation and structural framing damage, ice dams pose a threat to homes and commercial properties alike in the Northeast. In fact, ice dams – ice ridges that form at a roof’s edge or around drains, preventing melting snow from properly draining from the roof – are a leading cause of water damage in the winter months.

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Will Amazon Change the Health Care Industry?

This week’s announcement from Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan Chase that the three companies are joining forces to enter the health care industry is intriguing… but at this point, no more than that. Without specifics, it’s hard to take them seriously.

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What Does the Republican Tax Bill Mean for Employers?

Both chambers of Congress have passed the final version of their tax cut bill. It’s assumed that the President will sign the bill on Friday, and then the Republicans will officially own it. For employers, it’s essential to understand how this tax bill will impact employee benefits.

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How Congress’ Budget Bills Could Impact Employers

Each chamber in Congress has presented their tax cut bills, being euphemistically referred to as tax reform bills – as promised during the 2017 campaign. While much of the discussion in New York State has been about state and local tax deductions, a deeper dive reveals some impacts the two tax bills could have on employee benefits.

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