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Accountant and Bookkeeper Insurance Brokers

As insurance brokers, we have years of experience insuring both large and small accounting businesses across Australia. Furthermore, as an accountant, we understand that the level of risk for Professional Indemnity, and in particular Cyber Liability, has been increasing over recent years. We specialise in insuring Accountancy and bookkeeping businesses Australia wide. We pride ourselves on our level of service and offer multiple quotes from Australia’s leading Insurers for Public Liability Insurance, Professional Indemnity, Cyber and more.

For a quote, please fill out the below contact form for a multiple quotes on insurance for your accounting business. Alternatively, give us a call today on 1300 859 381.

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    What you need to know about an Accountant Insurance Quote

    This advice is general and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You should consider whether the advice is suitable for you and your personal circumstances. (If relevant: Before you make any decision about whether to acquire a certain product, you should obtain and read the relevant product disclosure statement).

    So, if you operate an accounting business, you’re likely already aware that insurance claims are typically from breaches of professional duty.

    Firstly, Professional Indemnity Insurance is one of the most common insurance policies claimed on by accountants and accounting professionals. The professional liability exposure for accountants varies depending on the nature and types of services that you are providing. Also, some other common sources of claims under PI include:

    • Wrongful / incorrect advice
    • Breach of contract
    • Fraud
    • Lack of professional conduct
    • Loss of documents
    • Conflicts of interest.

    So, is risk management important?

    Secondly, adequate risk management and quality assurance processes are vital in assisting the prevention of potential breaches of professional duty.

    As insurance brokers, we have years of experience supporting Australian accounting companies find multiple insurance products for you to choose from. For Accountants, not only do we know which insurers will cover the industry, we also know what insurance products accounting agencies are most likely to claim on, and also what the causes of those claims might be.

    Additionally, cyber liability covers businesses in the event that your data is breached due to malicious activity. Data storages are mainly targets for malicious attacks, as Accountants generally use IT services and computer systems to store client information.

    Under cyber insurance, the most common claims are generally from the following:

    • Data breaches
    • Email phishing
    • Emails sent in error 
    • Ransom.

    Additionally, you may also suffer brand and reputation damage if the breach becomes public knowledge. For a quote, get in touch with our team today via the contact form above, or on 1300 859 381.

    Again, if you have a business property, we can also insure most things including contents, property and glass. 

    Finally, Fortune Business Insurance Brokers are committed to providing high quality service to our business insurance clients. Furthermore, you can contact us today for multiple obligation free quotes, and discuss your business insurance needs with one of our experienced business insurance brokers.

    In conclusion, you are working in the Accounting industry and are looking for more ways to reduce risk on site, please click here to go to Safe Work Australia’s article regarding the consultancy industry.