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Show your business some love

Have you considered how you would cope financially if a key employee in your business fell ill or died unexpectedly?

Business owners recognise the need for protecting their business premises, stock and so on as part of their business continuity plans, but often overlook the potentially devastating impact to their business of losing an employee that they rely on financially. This individual could be you.

Who might be key to your business?
Key people could include business owners and people who have a major influence or impact on profit. This could be individuals with specialist skills, or those with unique relationships with third parties. Essentially, a key person is anyone who would put your business at risk if they were to become ill unexpectedly or die.

Jelf’s liability audit takes 10 minutes and can be used for companies, partnerships, limited liability partnerships and sole traders. It will help you identify your business protection requirements and help ensure the financial wellbeing of your business should the worst happen.

Show your business some love and take the 10-minute liability audit.

Want to find out more?
Get in touch with Jelf’s protection experts, simply:

Call 0330 134 7052
Email businessprotectionIPU@jelfgroup.com
Visit the website

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