Limited Company Help
Hiring your first employee can feel like a strange and daunting task for any small company owner, particularly as it means handing over a great deal of responsibility to another person.
Public liability insurance is seen by many as an essential business expense. It’s an insurance policy that you purchase to protect your limited company and cover your legal costs and expenses if you have to defend yourself, and your business, against legal action.
Employers’ liability insurance is intended to cover your limited company for any compensation claims made by an employee because of an injury sustained while at work, or for a work-related illness or condition.
Beneficial to entrepreneurs who employ others, the Employment Allowance could be worth up to £4,000 each year (£3,000 pre-April 2020) against your limited company’s Employers’ National Insurance bill.
Whether you have recently set up a limited company or you have been managing your finances independently until now, hiring an accountant may be the best thing you do during the early days of running your business.
Following the outbreak of COVID-19, the Government has unveiled a number of unprecedented support schemes. Here we look at the assistance available to limited companies.
If you own or work for a small limited company you can get life insurance cover without having to pay over the odds while also benefitting from tax relief. This is where relevant life insurance comes in.