Updated: 13 Apr 09.55am
As advised by the Government, we will continue to work from home for the foreseeable future. Changes to this situation will appear here.
During this time we will arrange for the office to be open for a set number of hours on specific days for clients to drop off records. We will be contacting clients direct to arrange this.
We aim to ensure minimal disruption to our clients. You can contact us on our usual number and email addresses; however, response times may be a little longer than usual.
We thank you for your patience and understanding.
Help for businesses
In their recent Budget, the Government announced some measures to help businesses who are struggling with the impact of Coronavirus. We’ve written blog explaining what help is available and giving some advice on weathering the storm.
Updated: 16 Mar 10:20am
As concerns grow about the Coronavirus, and after careful consideration, we are taking precautionary measures to minimise the risk of infection. This page will be updated with any changes to our practice policy and opening hours.
Meetings suspended from 17 March
From Tuesday 17th March we are suspending all face-to-face meetings until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience, but we hope you understand.
Please note that though meetings are suspended, you will still be able to drop records off for VAT and bookkeeping jobs during normal office hours. If this changes we will let you know.
In the event of self-isolation for any team members, or a possible future closure we plan to do the following:
Our phone system and online software means that in the event of office closure, we will be able to work from home.
It will be possible to call and email us as usual, although we may take a little longer to reply to emails. Please wait for a response before contacting us again, as this will help the office flow better.
We will arrange for the office to open for a set number of hours on specific days for clients to drop records off. You will receive a text and SMS advising of these times, should this arise.
In the meantime, stay safe and keep an eye on the news.