For many clients, we are often the first port of call for advice on running their business. That does not need to change – even during the current, unprecedented coronavirus situation.
You no doubt have very real concerns about the impact of the coronavirus on you, your family or your business. We would like to reassure you that we have robust plans and procedures in place to allow us to continue delivering the same level of service and client care that you expect from us.
Maintaining services and support
Measures that we can employ, should the need arise, include:
- Allowing our staff to work remotely with full and secure access to our online systems
- Holding virtual meetings using telephone or videoconferencing software such as Skype
The impact of the situation will be different in every single case. We are here to provide advice and support where we can or signpost you to the right help where we can’t.
Financial support for businesses
The government has announced a series of financial measures to help businesses and the self-employed to weather the storm. We have prepared an information document outlining these measures which you can read online here
If you require specific advice, please contact the partner or your key contact at your usual RfM office.
Managing coronavirus in the workplace
Our guide for employers sets out your duty of care to your staff and advice on dealing with different employee scenarios. Read it online here
Advice to help you through the crisis
As your accountants, we are well placed to consider the financial impact that this outbreak will have on our clients and would like to offer you some practical tips and advice. Read online
We are here to offer help and advice where we can. Please contact the partner or your key contact at your usual RfM office.