Here’s why car insurance is set to rise

What do you know about the Ogden rate? Also known as the discount rate, this is used to work out the interest of the compensation payout amount that victims who have suffered life-changing injuries will receive to cover their future losses. As victims can invest...

Are increasing regulations halting the growth of your business?

Every business is affected by compliance and regulations, and meeting these can cause businesses to feel buried in paperwork, audits and restrictions. Whilst regulations are in place to protect some area of the industry and keep everything above board, many businesses have found they struggle...

Do’s and don’ts: specialist horsebox insurance

There’s no doubt about it, horses are expensive. From livery, tack and feed to vet and farrier bills, equine fans know the costs of looking after a horse can add up. Whilst there are money-saving measures you can put in place to help reduce the bills,...

Engineering education – from the middle ages to industry 4.0

Historically, apprenticeships were the only way to make a name for yourself in the world of engineering, and while they’re unlikely to ever be the sole option again, it’s becoming an area of focus once more with the Government committed to providing three million apprenticeship...

Alternative methods to relieve back pain

Whilst back pain can be somewhat relieved with pain medication administered by your GP, people are increasingly turning to alternative, drug-free remedies to target their back pain. We take a look at some of the most popular alternative methods to relieving back pain and how...

Will Thailand make travel insurance compulsory?

Thailand’s Office of Insurance Commission (OIC) has put forward legislation which means travel insurance would be mandatory for all visitors to the country. It is now awaiting approval from the country’s Tourism and Sports Ministry before being sent to cabinet. We take a look at...

5 small business legal clangers to avoid

Small mistakes can be opportunities to learn, but bigger errors that have legal consequences attached will often only be made once, as they’re enough to bring your business crashing down. We look at five such blunders and explain how these can be avoided: Unguarded informationSensitive information such...

10 top tips for travel insurance

Thinking of going away this year? Already got your schedule planned? Make sure you don’t forget about your insurance. We take a look at the top 10 areas you should consider before arranging travel cover.   Single vs. multi-trip If you tend to go on one big holiday...

3 questions to ask when protecting your income as a tradesperson

As a tradesperson, your services and skills are probably always high in demand, and bringing in a healthy income. But while things might be going well today, it’s vital you think about tomorrow. Here are three questions you should ask yourself while business is going well...

Could you save money with multi-trip travel insurance?

When going on a trip, a quarter of travellers buy their single-trip travel insurance at the last minute, often opting for the cheapest deal available. While this may seem like a cost-effective option at the time, this strategy will not only leave you at risk...