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Business protection

If you are a business owner you should consider the impact that the death or illness of a Director, Partner, Key employee or Shareholder could have on your business.

Protection arrangements can be structured and the relevant agreements put in plan to ensure that the company can continue to function if the worst happens.

Business protection is a very broad subject and good advice and planning is crucial.

Put Life Cover On Expenses

Are you a Company owner? If so, Relevant Life cover can work out much cheaper than a typical life assurance policy for you or your employees. In most cases the premiums are treated as an allowable business expense by HMRC which means that companies qualify for Corporation Tax relief. Furthermore, there is no additional Income Tax or National Insurance to pay either.

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Gender Ruling

Today, 1st March 2011, the unimaginable has happened. The European Court of Justice has ruled that Insurers cannot charge different premiums to men and women. The effects of this ruling will be far reaching and will take effect from 21st December 2012.

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Company Funded Life Cover

How would you like to have your Company pay for your life cover? If you are a Company owner, you could set up a life assurance policy that is funded by your Company.  The monthly premiums will usually be treated as a company expense and claims will be tax free.

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Barry was kind and understanding at a very difficult time, his professional attitude in handling my financial affairs and that of my late husband, given with clarity and ease of understanding, always in a friendly manner.  I have found his advice sound and his continued care and concern to be knowledgeable and applicable.

Mrs Ann Greenwood

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