Assurance & Audits
An insurance audit is when an insurance company verifies reported payroll or revenues of a policyholder to ensure that the policy reflects accurate rating information. Audits are common with all workers compensation policies, most general liability policies, and occasionally on marine or property policies. For “premises liability” the area – for example, the square footage of a retail store – may be the metric, but that doesn’t need to be audited as it doesn’t change. These different rating metrics should be the best measure of the “exposure,” and if it changes from year to year an audit guarantees the accuracy.
Business opportunities offer tools or training to help you start your own business, but usually at a lower cost and with fewer restrictions than a franchise. You’ll find business opportunities in a variety of industries listed here, divided into three main categories: Dealerships and Licensing Opportunities, Network Marketing/Direct Sales, and Vending Machines.
Planning & Conducting
We’re committed to increasing long-term value for shareholders and confident that we will continue to do so through the successful execution of our core strategic priorities: the creation of high quality, branded content and experiences, the use of technology, and creating growth in numerous and exciting international markets.