The advice is relevant and correct up to 6 April 2020
The last few weeks have seen an unprecedented set of events and circumstances around the World. Maybe not since the Cuban Missile Crisis in in 1962 or the Spanish Flu outbreak of 1918 have the lives of everybody been turned upside down so quickly and worryingly.
The level of concern in the UK has been increasing since the start of February leading to a budget focused on providing support to our economy. Only a matter of days later, Chancellor Rishi Sunak, was standing next to the Prime Minister and Chief Medical Officer outlining another series of initiatives designed to help business with the promise that “we will do whatever it takes”.
There is genuine concern and worry amongst the business community, but we want you to know that our team are ready to help you, your and the wider business community get through this crisis.
Whilst the primary concern of any organisation is the well-being and safety of their employees a plan needs to be put in place now to ensure there is a sustainable platform to operate from as the crisis is navigated and then left behind. We have put together a Coronavirus Advice Guide, which we hope you find beneficial:
All businesses will be trying to deliver as normal as possible service despite these unprecedented circumstances. The advice contained in this guide is relevant and correct up to 6 April 2020.
Our offices are now closed due to the recent Government recommendations concerning Coronavirus.
Our team are continuing to work from home and we have a robust business continuity plan in place which will enable us to minimise the impact on our service to you. Our team have access to the tools and technology they need to work remotely, and you can still contact us via:-
York office telephone number – 01904 655202
The individual team members email address
or by emailing Enquiries@hghyork.co.uk
Please be patient at this time while our telephone line connects remotely.
We are happy to collect client’s books and papers or arrange a time for you to drop them off at one of our offices.
Thank you to all our clients for their support during this time.
Stay safe and take care of yourselves and we hope to see you again soon.
HUNTER GEE HOLROYD
If your business is impacted
There is no doubt that many of you are concerned about how this pandemic will affect your business day-to-day, and its impact on any upcoming strategic decisions. Please remember that we are here to support you with any immediate planning or personnel questions you might have, however small. We will be happy to talk through your concerns and work with you to find the right solution for your business, so please do give us a call if you have any questions/require any support.
HMRC have also set up a help line specifically for the self employed and businesses, providing advice on tax and any benefits you may be able to claim:
The Coronavirus helpline : 0800 024 1222
If you have any concerns relating to Companies House filing deadlines, or any other deadlines, please do not hesitate to contact us.