Despite the difficult circumstances we are all experiencing currently, we are committed to providing continuity of service to our clients.
In response to the outbreak, we adapted some of our working practices to safeguard our staff and you; this means that many of us are working remotely and that client meetings are now being conducted via telephone, or video conferencing, instead of face-to-face.
Our aim and our priority, throughout this period of uncertainty, is to be as contactable as usual and to continue to support you and your business.
With that said, we urge you to keep communicating with us as this situation plays out and develops.
Now, more than ever, it is essential that you continue to maintain accurate and timely accounting records, and that you keep your tax affairs up to date; we are here to help you do just that.
Ultimately, this will enable you to plan better, prepare better and put your best foot forward when we come out the other side of this crisis – because we will come out the other side. We want to see the businesses we work with survive and continue to thrive in the future.
Where appropriate, we would encourage clients to provide all outstanding tax and accounts information as soon as possible.
Our handy infographic outlines all the ways you can stay in touch with us at this time!
If you have ideas of other ways in which we can help you – please do get in touch.
Do stay safe.