While the conventional wisdom around blockchain is that it’s a technology only affecting financial markets, design and construction stakeholders ought to pay attention to new developments, too. If you don’t, you risk falling behind on an important trend that potentially presents a competitive challenge for your firm.
The Quarterly eNewsletter of The AIA Trust —April 2019
As we enter 2019, there is not yet an association group plan nor any customized health plans that the AIA Trust can offer to AIA members—but the AIA Trust is continuing to monitor the situation in the event that changes.
The American Institute of Architects Trust and Nationwide Insurance® are pleased to announce a new member benefit opportunity. As an AIA member, you now have a new member benefit program available to you. With Nationwide, AIA members will get great protection for all the things that matter to them – from a company that’s been […]
With the start of the new year, the 2019 AIA Trust CNA-Schinnerer Component Grants Program guidelines are now available for your component to submit winning program ideas for grants up to $3,000 each. Submissions are due by Friday, April 18, 2019.
Everyone’s situation is different. Mine began recently with a bunch of firsts: my first job, my first apartment and my first life insurance plan. I am now 25, single with no children, some disposable income – and life insurance coverage.
As we begin a new year, many architects will set priorities and goals – especially those who own their own firms. The time is now to set up your 401(k) Plan – to achieve your personal financial goals and for your employees to achieve theirs.