As a company owner, you may be legally obliged to have some types of insurance cover in place. Other policies will provide peace of mind - to protect your business, you, and any employees you have.
Professional Indemnity Insurance for limited company owners – what does it cover?
If you provide professional personal services to clients, you will almost certainly have heard of PI insurance and may have been asked what level of cover you have by a potential client before being awarded a contract. But what does PI cover insure you against, and do you really need it?
Is business insurance mandatory if you run a limited company?
Is it a legal requirement to have business insurance in place? And even when it is not, are there situations when insurance is still mandatory for a limited company?
Does your business need tax investigation insurance?
By taking out tax investigation insurance, you can help to mitigate the potential cost of being investigated by HMRC which can be time-consuming and expensive.
Guide to Qdos IR35 insurance and TLC35
An IR35 enquiry can be a lengthy, complicated process – which is why IR35 insurance is such a useful service to consider. Here we look at the services provided by market-leader, Qdos.
Does your limited company need Employers’ Liability Insurance?
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.
Tax efficient life insurance for limited company directors
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.
Private medical insurance for limited company owners: is it worth it?
What exactly does health insurance cover, and should you pay for it yourself or via your limited company?
Keyman insurance and your limited company
As the title suggests, keyman or ‘key person’ insurance is a type of policy companies can take out to insure against the loss through death or illness of a key employee.
Income protection for limited company owners
As a limited company owner, permanent health insurance policy (also referred to as income protection) can give you the support – and security – you need, when you need it most.
Public Liability Insurance for your limited company
Public liability insurance is an insurance policy that protects your limited company and covers your legal costs and expenses if you have to defend yourself, and your business, against legal action.
Critical Illness Insurance – what does it cover?
Critical illness insurance pays out a lump sum if something serious happens to you, such as being diagnosed with cancer, having a stroke or heart attack.
Guide to directors’ and officers’ (D&O) insurance
Directors’ and officers’ (D&O) insurance is a type of business insurance that can often seem quite complex. What exactly does it cover, and is it really necessary?