“An immensely testing time for accountants”

“An immensely testing time for accountants”

Here are the key takeaways from our recent webinar, in association with Receipt Bank, where we discussed how coronavirus, the budget and the added support packages announced by the government would affect accountants

“An immensely testing time for accountants”

In the space of a few weeks, the coronavirus pandemic has brought the world to a virtual standstill, sending shockwaves through the economy and changing the way we work. It has forced the UK government to make unprecedented spending commitments to keep businesses and individuals afloat. In this webinar, Accountancy Age spoke to BDO partner Jon Claypole, Smith & Williamson partner David Yewdall, and Sagars tech partner Paul Lodder to understand what it means for accountants.

To listen to the webinar, click here.

1 – Look after your clients

Yewdall said it was “an immensely testing time for accountants” but that it was crucial for accountants to help their clients. Claypole added that accountants’ main role right now should be to focus on helping clients understand their options from chancellor Rishi Sunak’s numerous support packages available to businesses.

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