Coronavirus Precautions and Advice for Businesses

At George Hay we are committed to providing continuity of service to our clients whilst being mindful of actions required in order to safeguard our staff and our clients.

In response to the current situation we are adopting some different working practices and are encouraging our staff and clients to follow official guidance. In some cases, staff may be working remotely, and client meetings conducted via telephone rather than face to face.

Despite the difficult circumstances our aim is to be as contactable as usual and to continue to provide our normal level of service in order to support you and your business at this time.

The UK Government have announced a multi-billion-pound package of measures to support businesses, employers and individuals facing challenges as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak.

We have a wealth of information available throughout our website and the George Hay Blog is regularly updated with the latest developments. Here we summarise the practical help and guidance that is available to you:

All businesses
Small businesses
Small and medium-sized businesses
Retail, Hospitality and Leisure businesses
Large businesses
Other key resources:

We know that the coming weeks and months are going to be challenging for many businesses and employers, as you begin to think about recovering and re-building on the other side of the crisis. Though we have adapted some of our working practices, we urge you to keep communicating with us during this period of uncertainty.

It essential that you continue to maintain accurate and timely accounting records, and that you keep your tax affairs up to date. Doing so, means you can plan better, prepare better and ultimately, put your best foot forward. We would encourage clients to provide all outstanding tax and accounts information as soon as possible.

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