Increasingly, employers are expected to take greater responsibility for their employee’s wellbeing, as the Government places the onus of welfare onto employers.
In addition, for smaller businesses, the death or serious illness of a key director or employee can have far-reaching or even disastrous consequences.
As a shareholder, your focus is on working with your fellow shareholders to make your business successful. If you were to die, would your beneficiaries share the same goals for the business?
Your fellow shareholders may have to work with partners who have little or no interest in the business, and your beneficiaries would own shares with no ready buyers.
Our service includes advice on:
• Company Pensions
• Flexible Employee Benefits
• Group Life and Medical Insurance
• Keyman and Shareholder Insurance
• Company Wills and Cross Option Agreements
NB: Please note the Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate Will writing.