Guide to protecting your business

As a business owner, either alone or with co-owners, you are likely to be critically important to the continued success of your business. This is also likely to be true in relation to your co-owners and maybe also some key employees. Consequently, the death or serious illness of any of these 'key' people will almost inevitably cause serious problems. This guide describes some of the things to consider and the impact of having inadequate plans in place. 

Get a taste of our full guide to protecting your business, by downloading a sample of the document below.

Guide sample: Protecting your business

Included in the full guide

  • The common risks for business owners and how to provide for them.
  • How to protect your business from the financial impact of death or serious illness.
  • How to arrange business continuation cover for business owners.
  • The basics of succession planning.
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