Simplifying Fee Protection Insurance for Accountants
Unique online delivery solutions which reduce your administration and simplify process.
We never insist that accountancy practices should conform to a specified, limited approach on setting up a tax fee protection scheme.
Access to a suite of benefits which complement your scheme and add real value including access to Tolley Topical Tax Update Webinars, free Employee Management Software, Technical resources and more
We provide fee protection insurance (TFP) schemes to accountancy practices for their clients. The schemes cover professional fees incurred defending a client in the event of an HMRC investigation.
Some practices find that offering fee protection insurance to their clients is over-complicated. Our approach is to simplify the way the cover is delivered, the way support is provided and the way in which claims are handled.
Schemes are tailored especially for your accountancy practice and will complement your service offering. Our service includes marketing support, administration support, advice lines and consultancy and comprehensive claims services. Our schemes also include the option to use our unique on-line solutions.
Vantage Fee Protect is a specialist fee protection insurance provider and is staffed by experts who have many years of experience working either for Vantage or across the industry. Together we have pooled our knowledge in order to ensure that we provide a product and service that contains all of the best bits from across the industry, along with some of our own unique and proven innovative solutions.
Some tax fee protection insurances can be limited in scope. With policy excesses and low caps on some of the fees that can be claimed. As well as restrictions in the claims philosophy that may not be apparent until a claim is made.
With our insurance, you can be assured that:
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