After supposedly thwarting a cyber attack on Monday 11th November 2019, the Labour Party suffered a second attack just the next day. Read More "Cyber-attacks and politics"
When it comes to setting up your own business, the red tape can be overwhelming. Here are the legal-musts and good-to-haves of business insurance…Read More "Is it the law to have business insurance?"
Imagine you have the opportunity to invest £100,000 for your company, with a 70% chance of providing a 20% return within five years. Do you decide to go for it? Now consider whether your decision would be different if you could be held personally liable for making the wrong decision; your home and other assets are on the line. Do you have the same approach to risk?Read More "Directors and Officers Insurance: A business essential"
Typically referred to as IR35, the Intermediaries Legislation was implemented in 2000 to tackle tax avoidance by contractors who did the work of permanent employees but bill through their services via limited companies.Read More "How IR35 changes will affect contractors in 2020"
Just purchased a brand-new car? Even though it comes with all the bells and whistles you would expect of a newer model, it might not be as secure from break-ins as you would expect.Read More "Which new car models are most susceptible to keyless theft?"
The women’s game continues to gather steam with more coverage, more commentary pieces, and more press about stemming the tide between men’s and women’s football.Read More "Your guide to the Women’s World Cup 2019"
You browse suitable properties. You arrange a viewing. You’re all set. You call the letting agent to discuss the deposit. Before you know it, you must pay a deposit, one month of rent and ‘referencing fees’ before you’re handed the keys.Read More "What does the Tenant Fees Act mean for landlords and for tenants?"
A new report by Multiply found some worrying statistics for self-employed people surrounding their pensions and the age in which they’ll be able to retire.Read More "Retirement at 79? Pension chaos for the self-employed"
In today’s world, we have a better understanding of the value of our possessions, the threat of risks like fires or the weather, and are more aware when it comes to protecting our properties from would-be thieves. Yet despite all this, 28% of us don’t have a home contents insurance policy in place and £266bn worth of contents are at risk of not being insured. Read More "£250bn+ worth of contents are not insured, and other stats"