From 6 April 2021, all public authorities and medium and large sized businesses in the private sector will be responsible for deciding the employment status of workers rather than the worker having that responsibility. This article explains the changes and the opportunities for advisers.
The Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) came into force in October 2018 and introduced a number of new obligations that firms involved in the designing and selling of insurance products need to meet.
CPD | Better protection outcomes - right money, right hands, right time - In this webinar we identify the key benefits for advising and recommending the use of trusts for protection policies.
Powers of attorney are a valuable tool that helps vulnerable people have their affairs managed before or when they have lost mental capacity.
The following guides help people who work in regulated markets learn about:
There are different laws and processes in England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The following guide only covers powers of attorney registered in England and Wales and court orders issued in England and Wales.
For information about powers of attorney in Scotland
For information about powers of attorney in Northern Ireland.
A range of tools to help you with protection, including more detailed information on business protection, what is the right trust to use in certain situations and a range of support for parents setting up family protection to ensure their children are cared for, should something unfortunate happen.
This quick calculator from the ABI can highlight the kind of payments an individual may be entitled to in the worst-case scenario.