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Ottery St. Mary:
What's new in the world of tax and business? This section contains articles on some hot topics.
26 May 2020
Considering how businesses can restart operations once the COVID-19 lockdown ends.
28 Apr 2020
Analysis of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
27 Mar 2020
Government support for the impact of COVID-19.
18 Mar 2020
Reviewing official guidance on COVID-19.
25 Feb 2020
Considering ways in which you can safeguard your business from flooding.
28 Jan 2020
Statutory 30-day limit for payment of all invoices proposed.
16 Dec 2019
Analysing the rise in popularity of online accounting.
26 Nov 2019
Looking at how individuals can protect their pension pots from pension scammers.
29 Oct 2019
Considering the UK's employment rights and looking at how employers must meet them.
24 Sep 2019
Highlighting some key steps to take in order to combat business crime.
27 Aug 2019
Analysing HMRC's controversial Loan Charge and its impacts.
22 Jul 2019
Reviewing the changes to off-payroll working as HMRC prepares to extend the initiative to the private sector.
At Easterbrook Eaton our staff and our client’s welfare is of paramount importance and we therefore take our responsibilities as a business very seriously. We wish to play our part in delaying the spread of the virus in order to reduce its impact on the NHS and the community at large.
As the government continues to update the public on social distancing and other matters, we are moving towards a mix of staff working from home where possible, and keeping our physical offices in Sidmouth and Ottery St Mary open where practical until further notice. This will ensure that we are able to continue providing the quality service our customers continue to rely upon in these challenging times.
In regards to face to face meetings, we would strongly suggest these are cancelled unless absolutely necessary, but we will continue to meet with you so long as you are happy to do so in light of the Government guidance and associated risks. Our preference otherwise would be telephone conferencing where at all practical.
As the landscape changes we will continue to update you on our plans but if you have any questions do not hesitate to contact either office by telephone or email.