Find out how web designer insurance helps if your work is attracting attention for all the wrong reasons. What it is, what it does and why you need it.
Freelancer or subcontractor? What's the difference? Does it matter? It does if you use either and want to call on your professional indemnity insurance.
If some of the plates you're spinning fall to the ground and a project goes pear-shaped, project manager insurance can help pick up the pieces. Here's how.
How does insurance for interior designers help? It's a friend with deep pockets if things go wrong - because there's no use crying over spilt paint.
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IR35 is changing. Whether that's for the better or worse, time will tell. Either way, if you're a contractor you need to know how it affects you.
What's next on your to-do list? If it's not 'buy some insurance for facilities managers', maybe it should be. Especially if you're not covered. Here's why.
RIBA require all their members to have professional indemnity insurance. We don't blame them: it's the best way to protect your architecture business.
If you’ve designed a website using Getty Images’ pictures, and they haven’t been paid for, you could be in trouble. Expensive trouble at that.
Thinking of using freelancers? Find out about the disadvantages of subcontracting your work and get tips on how to avoid being blamed for others' mistakes.
Can you get away with short-term professional indemnity insurance? Not if you want to sleep easy. It's cheaper but it's much riskier. Here's the low-down.
Want to reduce your risk? Then the security that comes with knowing you've got the might of an insurer behind you is not to be sniffed at.