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The Quarterly eNewsletter of The AIA Trust —July 2019
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.
With increasing frequency, architects and other design professionals are being asked (and in some cases, even required) to sign agreements in which they undertake to indemnify their clients against any loss that the clients may suffer in connection with projects for which the design professionals have provided services. In some cases, the indemnification clause is […]
All architects share the need for proper financial and retirement saving planning. For women architects, creating a sound financial and retirement plan is even more essential since issues like increased life expectancy, unforeseen changes in family structure, caring for aging parents, and the likelihood of outliving your spouse all present significant challenges for many female […]
Small firms are the most vulnerable to crises, disasters, and lawsuits. In fact, according to the US Chamber Institute for Legal Reform, more than 40 percent of small businesses were either involved in or threatened with a lawsuit due to A) administrative oversights or errors, B) undelivered services or C) poor quality of service, much […]