As we enter lockdown 2, here are some important considerations for businesses working remotely.
The current situation doesn’t appear to give the UK a clearer view of what a post-Brexit Britain will look like, and it’s time to start planning for what happens if there is a no-deal Brexit. We have compiled four key points relating to your insurance, that business owners should be looking at in order to make sure they aren’t caught out on 31st October.
The insurance market has always been subject to a ‘cycle’ with rates going down in competitive times and then up again when premiums become too low for Insurers to write profitable business. Now, after a prolonged period of decreasing premiums, rates are increasing.
In an effort to help members who own unoccupied properties, we have compiled some practical advice to mitigate potential risks.
There are all sorts of terms used for different liability covers and the definitions can be quite specific. We understand if you aren’t an expert on the difference between public liability and products liability, but we’re here to help!
Around 50% of small firms have been a victim of at least one crime in the past two years. That’s one of the takeaways from FSB’s recent report, “Calling Time on Business Crime”. The most commonly reported crimes affecting businesses are robbery and burglary, theft and criminal damage.
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