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Under-insurance, the peril of small print

Why is it even a thing? One thing that I have been concerned about, for all of the 30 years that I have helped people insure properties and businesses, is the lack of knowledge about how much they should be insured for. This leads to issues with claims because...

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The pain of GDPR compliance and the long term effects

GDPR has no exemptions that organisations I work with can rely on, perhaps for the first time with data, we are all in it together. The challenges facing organisations trying to comply are magnified by the amount of “fake news” surrounding it. I haven’t been surprised...

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How to protect risks to cashflow with insurance

This blog is about protecting cash flow, especially if those that owe money go bust. Welcome back, or if you're new here sign up to our RSS feed to receive insurance tips, new posts, plus details of events and promotions that could help you or your network reduce the...

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Power (back) to the people?

Have the EU given data Power (back) to the people? This blog is about data protection, how the laws are used against us and how the new broom will try and take miscreants to the cleaners. Welcome back, or if you're new here sign up to our RSS feed to receive insurance...

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Contracts, Consultants and indemnity‏

"Jason really was amazing, he managed to find insurance cover for me as a consultant valuation surveyor when no one else could. He kept me informed of progress continually. I would thoroughly recommend him.” — Robin Smith, FRICS Getting your contracts in order Robin...

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