A Note on Business

In the UK there are many different types of Business Insurance. It’s because of this diversity that the options available can sometimes be confusing. So for a new business that has no staff or an existing enterprise with teams of employees it’s important to decide what level of insurance you must have and those that are advisable.

Here is a list of 16 different types of Business Insurance you might consider.

Employers’ Liability Insurance – The Employers’ Liability (Compulsory Insurance) Act 1969 requires that employees be covered against injuries whilst doing their job – Mandatory.

Motor vehicle insurance – Most business policies are comprehensive or third party, fire and theft. Legally you must, at least, insure your legal liability for injury to others and damage to their property – Mandatory. If you use private vehicles for business use, make sure the relevant policy accounts for this.

Professional indemnity insurance – Protects businesses against injury, loss, or damage, arising from their professional negligence or that of their employees. Depending on your industry certain profession MUST have insurance, these include; architects, accountants, solicitors, surveyors, insurance brokers and financial advisers.

All of the following types of Business Insurance are recommended.

Business travel insurance – Some employees travel extensively around the world. Cover against delays, loss of life and injury; equipment and money is recommended.

Fidelity guarantees – If you are worried about dishonest employees Fidelity Insurance covers against loss of cash or stock.

Key Man insurance – Some businesses would cease to function properly without certain individuals. It’s not uncommon to insure Directors and senior managers against the loss of income from death.

Premises insurance – Much like home insurance your business premises should be insured for the complete rebuilding cost.

There are two type’s standard and “all risks”. Talk to your broker about what level of cover you might need.

Business- At a Glimpse

Marketing consultants: The job of these people is to focus on developing different types of strategies to sell, promote and distribute services and goods of a company successfully to the targeted clients. The companies mainly take the help of these consultants to discover different creative techniques to launch and sustain their businesses.

PR or public relations consultants: The main job of these consultants is to manage the flow of information between a company or any person and the public. These consultants build a point of view or reputation of the company which they serve in front of the investors, public, employees and partners.

IT consultants: The job of this consultant is to recommend computer software, networks and hardware to develop high performing workflow and high performing software. Besides, these consultants also offer technical expertise in the fields of software programming, information system design and development.

Finance consultants: Also known as the financial analysts or advisors, the professionals are licensed to help organizations or people to make smart financial decisions. To do this, these consultants use information about the stock values, market trends, taxes and other types of economic factors.

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