Where do you start with professional insurance? Or finish, come to that? Our guide to what you do and don't need will help you decide.
What business insurance do I need? What don't you need, more like. If you're after a more helpful answer than that, try reading this.
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You may be careful, but things can go wrong. IT contractors insurance requirements include professional indemnity, public liability and employers' liability
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