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Having professional indemnity insurance (PII) in place is a legal requirement for accountants, but it’s more than just a tick-box exercise – careful consideration is needed when selecting a policy that’s right for the work that you do.
The rapid adoption of new technology in accountancy brings a wealth of opportunities - but does it also bring new risks?
It is often seen as being something vastly different to normal professional indemnity insurance however, there is no great mystique to run-off insurance.
The accountancy world has been adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing lockdowns. But as we navigate the third phase of the crisis, what challenges await in the “new normal” and how can accountants begin to address them?
There’s no great mystique to run-off insurance. The key to understanding this cover is getting to grips with the “claims made” nature of the protection.
We’ve answered some of the common questions that businesses ask about professional indemnity insurance to help provide some guidance on what it is and why you might need it.
There are numerous risks that can affect businesses in the foodservice, catering and hospitality industry. Find out what you can to protect your business and manage your risks.
There are a number of pitfalls a recruitment businesses may fall into when arranging insurance. With so many packages out there, how do you know what cover is essential?