For those of you who believe it is only our Government which is on its way to becoming a nanny state, I would like to draw your attention to plans in Germany to ban the seemingly inoffensive Kinder Surprise chocolate egg.
The Association of British Insurers believes it is one step closer to eliminating total permanent disability as a critical condition as it reveals seven more conditions to be integrated into the CI definitions.
Standard Life Healthcare has unveiled its plans to extend its business healthcare plan for SMEs to include large corporate firms.
Businesses’ confidence in their trading prospects has slipped to a new low, the Lloyds TSB Corporate Markets Business Barometer has found.
Les Cameron, head of technical, explores how applying the new Finance Act 2016 provides an opportunity to simplify, which could result in attractive outcomes. Read more
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