PSA Perspective

  1. Don’t be Left High and Dry with an Impaired Fire Sprinkler System

    In our last blog we discussed how a properly operating fire sprinkler system is an effective fire safety tool. But what if your fire sprinkler system does not work for two reasons–either because it was recently activated by a fire or accidentally, or because it is currently shut down due to maintenance? If you don’t […]

  2. Not #YouToo —Measures Against Workplace Harassment
  3. PSA Partners with Loyola University Maryland to Invest in its Future Leadership
  4. PSA in Good Health October Tips

    Regular health exams and tests can help find problems before they start or in the early stages, when your chances for treatment and cure are better. By getting the right health services, screenings, and treatments, you are taking steps that help your chances for living a longer, healthier life. For more information about preventive care and […]

  5. IRS Provides Guidance on Employer Tax Credit for Paid Family & Medical Leave (Benefit Minute)
  6. PSA Expert’s Views on the Evolving Cannabis Insurance Landscape
  7. Recent Litigation Revolving Around the ACA (Benefit Minute)

    Individual Mandate The 2018 tax reform law eliminated the penalty for failing to comply with the ACA’s individual mandate beginning in 2019.  As a result, twenty Republican states filed a lawsuit in Texas arguing that the individual mandate is fundamental to the ACA. They believe that, without the mandate, the ACA is no longer workable […]

  8. PSA Grows by Partnering with InsureOne
  9. PSA’s Cyber Specialist Mike Volk featured in AHA! Business Radio Show