A company needs a succession plan and a strategy to ensure that the business can continue to function if a shareholder becomes critically ill or dies.
How Does It Work?
A life insurance (or critical illness) policy ensures that the company receives a lump sum payment on the death of the insured. The heirs of the shareholder take the cash sum as payment for the heritable share of the business. The control of the business is then directed back to the remaining shareholders.
Key Man Insurance
The death or long term illness of a technical expert or a key manager is a threat to a successful business. Simple, cost effective insurance is vital to minimise this risk.
If a director dies, a bank may decide to call in a loan. This can cripple a business that does not have this available cash to keep running. Again simple life and critical illness insurance will protect the business and ensure the business survives.
How Much Will This Cost?
Business life insurance and critical illness insurance is no more expensive than personal protection and is underwritten in exactly the same way. The cost is borne by the business and your accountant will advise you on the tax implications. What would be the cost of no insurance?
How We Are Paid
We do not charge for arranging insurances. We receive commission for arranging insurance.
Why Would You Use Us?
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