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Business Insurance

Most limited companies will take out some type of insurance cover – either because it is required by law, specified in a contract (for IT contractors), or to provide peace of mind.

Start with our concise guide to limited company insurance – including the lowdown on public / employers’ liability, and professional indemnity cover.

You can get an instant online business insurance quote via Hiscox, which you can tailor to your precise business needs.

Professional indemnity insurance will protect you against claims made by past or present clients as a result of mistakes you may have made while carrying out your work.
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Given the number of potential misfortunes a typical limited company owner may encounter during the lifetime of a business, it will come as little surprise that insurance companies can provide dozens of different types of policy to cover pretty much any eventuality.
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Limited company owners, particularly contractors, who want to protect themselves in the event of an HMRC status enquiry may decide to take out tax investigation cover. This is sometimes referred to as ‘IR35 Insurance’. Qdos Consulting is one of the leading providers of this type of policy.
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Most limited companies and self-employed people have some type of insurance cover in place. In this article, we look at which business insurance expenses can be legitimately claimed against your firm’s profits.
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D&O insurance will cover company officers and directors against claims for negligence, or breach of trust or care made by shareholders, employees, organisations or regulatory bodies.
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If you are a professional contractor or consultant, you may be required by your client to carry adequate business insurance, or you may decide to insure your company for your own peace of mind.
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