Company directors paying 40% personal income tax could save up to 52% on their life insurance premiums (up to a 36% saving for those on a 20% tax rate) when compared to having personal life cover in place. This means that someone with a £50 a month personal life policy could save £7,800 over a 25 year term, by taking out relevant life cover instead.
Life and/or disability insurance on one (or more) key persons whose loss or unavailability may cause loss of profit, goodwill, or increase in expenses. These insurance policies help finance the search and training of a successor, or compensate for fall in profits. Also called key employee insurance.
Most often, this insurance is purchased to aid the business in continuing to operate in case of the death or dismemberment of one partner. There are two plans most often used in partnership insurance. Under a cross purchase plan, each of the partners purchases life insurance on the other, with themselves listed as the beneficiary. If one partner dies, the surviving partner uses the payout of the life insurance to purchase the deceased partner’s interest in the company. This type of plan works best for a company with only two partners, while an entity plan works better for a team with multiple partners.
Coverage for businesses for protection against potential losses through unforeseen circumstances like theft, liability, property damage, and for coverage in the event of an interruption of business or injured employees.
Policy that covers civil liabilities to third parties, arising from bodily injury, property damage, or other wrongs due to the action or inaction of the insured. It covers only civil liabilities and not criminal liabilities.
Office and Shop Insurance
Our policies are ideally suited to businesses that trade from premises requiring insurance cover for stock, contents, fixtures and public liability. A range of additional cover is typically available such as building insurance, employers liability, business interruption and commercial legal expenses.