PSA Perspective

  1. Stress Management Techniques for Happier Employees

    On August 28th, PSA is closing at noon to give employees some “mandatory” rest and relaxation. These past few months have been stressful for everyone, so to promote mental health, we’ve put together some simple stress management techniques that can be done anywhere at any time.  Relaxation is a great way to cope with everyday stress and to ease your mind. It is a way to refocus your attention and increase awareness in your mind […]

  2. High Blood Pressure and Coronavirus

    By now we known that people with any type of immunocompromised condition are more likely to contract, suffer symptoms, and even die from COVID-19 than healthy individuals. If you have Hypertension (otherwise known as high blood pressure), which is a fairly common condition in the U.S., your COVID-19 risks are significantly increased.

  3. PSA Ranked Among Top 100 Insurance Brokers

    PSA is proud to announce we’ve again been recognized as a Top 100 Insurance Broker in the U.S. by Business Insurance. The news source recently issued its annual 100 largest U.S. insurance brokerage firms in a special data and rankings issue (on pg 28), in which PSA moved up to number 91 from number 93 in 2020.   Business Insurance has been providing valuable […]

  4. Balancing Parenting and Returning to Work During COVID-19

    Armed with new policies regarding COVID-19, many employers are prepared for their staff to return to physical worksites. This shift from working remotely and all that comes with it (e.g. being full-time employees, teachers, babysitters, etc.) to returning to work in your former lifestyle will no doubt be an adjustment for both you and your […]

  5. Your Routine Physical Exam and Why It is Important

    No matter your age or stage of life, annual physical exams are essential to your ongoing health. Visiting your primary care provider for regular preventive care is one of the best ways to identify and treat health issues before they get worse. Here are five reasons why annual physical exams are important.

  6. Capturing your Ace of Spades through Empathic Listening

    Many of you may remember hearing the news that Saddam Hussein (code name the Ace of Spades in operation Red Dawn) was finally captured by U.S military forces after being discovered in a hideaway buried on the grounds of a rural farmhouse in Tikrit, Iraq on December 13, 2003. What few of us know, is […]

  7. H.U. Dove & Company Joins PSA

    Independent insurance brokerage and risk management firm merges with trusted insurance partner amid global pandemic   Baltimore, MD (July 27, 2020) – PSA Insurance and Financial Services (PSA), an independent insurance brokerage firm known for its national-caliber capabilities, announces today the acquisition of H.U. Dove & Company. H.U. Dove & Company, a 175-year old Baltimore-based […]

  8. Reporting and Reconciling FFCRA and CARES Tax Credits (Benefit Minute)

    The Internal Revenue Service has released an updated Form 941 (Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return) to account for Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) qualified leave wages and Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) employee retention wages and payroll tax deferrals. The form generally applies for wages paid beginning April 2020. Detail of […]

  9. Radebaugh – Three Flats of Pansies, Two Bags of Soil, and a Bottle of Whiskey

    Radebaugh Florist & Greenhouses has been serving the Baltimore community since 1924, providing arrangements for weddings, funerals, graduations, and holidays alike. Like many other small, locally owned businesses, their operations have been impacted greatly by the COVID-19 pandemic that hit the U.S. in early spring. Radebaugh has been a long-time client of PSA, and recently, […]