In light of the current situation we have taken the decision to move, where possible, to working from home with effect from Thursday 19 March.
Most members of staff will be working from home and our offices will only be staffed to deal with administrative duties and tasks which cannot be performed from home.
The offices will stay open for our clients, but in the interests of the health of both clients and staff we would appreciate if visits could be curtailed to essential matters.
As far as possible we hope to provide the normal level of service and are confident that the systems we have in place will allow us to do so.
We will review our procedures as the situation develops and keep you updated with any changes.
We know that you will have many concerns for the running of your business in these challenging times. We have received many calls from clients with queries mainly regarding employment and ongoing costs. To assist you we have included the links to information from NI Business Info and ACAS which should deal with many of your immediate queries.
A lot of our business clients are concerned about being able to pay their PAYE, VAT and other tax liabilities, details of support available to businesses and individuals at this time are available at HMRC.
It is important to remember that the situation is constantly evolving as is the Government’s response, the above sites should be updated to reflect any changes in advice and support available.
We will monitor any updates and advise you where possible, but it is important that you continue to check these sites and Government information releases.