Aim of this survey
The purpose of this survey is to collect information on the long-term insurance and investment contract income and expenditure of your company or group of companies.
Data from these surveys help to produce a record of the UK Balance of Payments and the measurement of UK gross domestic product (GDP).
What you need to know
To complete the survey, you will need information about:
- long-term business income
- long-term business expenditure
- reconciliation of insurance and investment contract liabilities
All information you provide is strictly confidential.
Selection criteria: Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) authorised insurance companies
Population: approximately 400
Sample: approximately 70
Dispatch date: 20 March
Return-by date: 6 June
Dispatch and return-by dates are a guide. They are subject to change due to national holidays and weekends.
Why you were selected
Your business has been selected from a directory of businesses in the UK that are registered for Value Added Tax and/or Pay As You Earn or with Companies House. Your response ensures that we represent your industry.
The survey is conducted under the provisions of the Statistics of Trade Act 1947. Once selected, your business is legally obliged to comply. You cannot appeal your selection.
How to complete this survey
Please complete and return the questionnaire following the guidelines on the front page.
Reminders are issued automatically, so you may receive one if you submit data just before or after the return date.
At the moment, this survey is not available to complete online. We are currently developing a secure online collection platform. You will receive a letter notifying you when you can complete the Annual Survey of Insurance Companies: Long-Term Business Income and Expenditure on our new platform. We appreciate your patience.
How to find out more information
You can call us on +44 (0)1633 455849. Please contact us on +44 (0)300 1234 921 if you would like to speak to someone in Welsh.
Er mwyn gwneud cais am ffurflen Gymraeg: +44 (0)300 1234 921