Statistics published last week by the National Audit Office (NAO) made interesting reading for businesses employing apprentices. Figures revealed that despite Government targets to create three million new apprenticeships by 2020, the number of people taking up training programmes has fallen significantly. So much, in fact, that the NAO says it’s “very unlikely” that the
Nothing beats the freedom of being your own boss. But when you’re self-employed, protecting your livelihood is of paramount importance. With that in mind, what business insurance cover is it advisable to have to make sure your business is properly protected? Let’s take a look. Professional indemnity insurance Firstly, you will need professional indemnity insurance.
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With an increasing percentage of the population choosing to become self-employed, it could be assumed that this is reflected in the uptake of relevant insurance policies. However, alarmingly this is not the case. Self-employment has increased from 3.3 million to 4.8 million over the last sixteen years*, yet many are not covered for the associated
If you are self employed you must complete and submit your tax return, plus pay any tax due, by 31st January. With a week to go, follow our quick tips for a speedy submission and avoid an unnecessary £100 penalty. Begin! Don’t leave completing your tax return until the final day. You’ll need time to
In business, as in life, things sometimes happen unexpectedly – things that are beyond your control, and that put your business in danger. Also known as a business continuity plan, a disaster recovery plan is there to give you a framework for action in the event of something catastrophic befalling your business. Making a plan
Life doesn’t always go to plan, and neither does business – that’s what insurance is for. Business insurance is an umbrella term for a huge range of insurance policies and add-ons that you can take out to protect your business from the unexpected, and in today’s post, we’re looking at the different things you might