IPSE and Hiscox agree new home insurance deal for the self-employed

IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) and specialist insurer Hiscox have today agreed a new deal to help IPSE members with their home insurance.

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Through the new partnership, IPSE members will get 10% off Hiscox home insurance which offers highly tailored policies with unlimited cover - all backed-up by its exceptional claims service.

The deal also provides IPSE members with cover for second homes, listed properties and extensions and renovations - with projects up to £75,000 as standard.

Derek Cribb, CEO at IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed), said: “We’re thrilled to announce today’s new partnership with Hiscox. With a significant number of contractors working from home, it is clear that any damage to their house, as well as their possessions, can have huge consequences on their financial well-being. Today’s deal, therefore, provides thousands of freelancers with the confidence that their home, the things that they love, and their business are protected.”

Cheralyn Perry, Head of APC Distribution at Hiscox, said:

“As self-starters, leaders and entrepreneurs, IPSE members want to spend less time worrying about home insurance and more time focusing on their businesses. Our comprehensive home insurance gives the freedom to do just that, and we’re pleased to offer IPSE members a discounted rate. With our unique expertise in providing specialist cover to high net-worth individuals, members can rest easy knowing that their home and possessions are in safe hands.”

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