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We've always been with the Pre-school Learning Alliance. If changing to one that is cheaper, what would we miss (apart from the magazine), i.e. does one company cover something that others don't? Every year I plan to do a comparison, but find myself just paying the invoice.

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We have been with Tower gate for a few years now and kept with them as they offered more cover and we payed less each year.This year the price has gone up from £750 to £1350.Any how still getting quotes as cover runs out this week.will try a few suggestions given today.thanks once again

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PSLA for us too.............and i have taken thetrouble to get quotes from others........Towergate, Morton Michel etc...........PSLA wins hands down

I did as well Narnia when we moved premises, we weren't really getting much from the membership part of our PSLA insurance but even with that cost added it was still a fair bit cheaper than others including MM that I tried so stayed with it, we do now use the PSLA for our payroll which I am very pleased with, especially the support we get with work place pensions :-)

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I have heard that PSLA insurance is good - we have never been members so I've never had a quote from them. We moved to Morton Michel few years ago as they specialise in childcare which our previous insurers didn't and I was always afraid that they hadn't got a real understanding of our sector. Morton Michel were £2000 cheaper than our others - PSLA would probably have been even less but I am happy with them now - we've made two claims and they've been brilliant both times and our premium hasn't gone up either time. I have also heard the PSLA are very good with payroll.

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I didn't know PSLA did payroll! Is it good?

Very good, can't fault the team that do it, they are called Devon PSLA payroll (you don't have to be in Devon we're not) questions are answered immediately, I submit wage adjustment and a couple of days later it all arrives, I just pay staff, it costs just under £3 per person per month and we then pay £120 a year for the 'inclusive package' which includes all end of year and now step by step through the pensions now, they will send the letters needed to go to which staff etc, I just need to sign up with a pension company when back in sept :-)

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Very good, can't fault the team that do it, they are called Devon PSLA payroll (you don't have to be in Devon we're not) questions are answered immediately, I submit wage adjustment and a couple of days later it all arrives, I just pay staff, it costs just under £3 per person per month and we then pay £120 a year for the 'inclusive package' which includes all end of year and now step by step through the pensions now, they will send the letters needed to go to which staff etc, I just need to sign up with a pension company when back in sept :-)

Crikey - that is good - that's a lot less than I pay my accountant - might have to look into that - mind you I would need to renew my membership with PSLA - haven't had that this year - not sure that I missed anything really :blink:

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