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01953 851151

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01603 967851


Covid-19 Coronavirus

Coronavirus is a worldwide pandemic and is affecting millions of individuals and businesses. These are uncertain and unprecedented times and as the spread of COVID-19 continues, we want to continue to support our clients the best we can. Together, we can get through this.

We will be updating this page when the UK Government announce new measures to tackle the virus or how they will support people and businesses.

We will be keeping you informed in general terms but please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or concerns. All HFP colleagues continue to work as before with one exception and that is we are now working remotely and securely from our homes. Both HFP offices are visited every day to check and deal with post but our preferred contact method is telephone and email. We have no intention of furloughing any of our colleagues and we will have to continue to adapt. Please do not visit our offices but if you want a meeting we can complete this using telephone, Zoom or Microsoft TEAMS. We can also share documents via our portal.

Please contact us in the usual way using either office telephone number or email (shown above). 

If you need any help or advice , please get in touch with your usual HFP contact. We are here to support you and your business through these tough times.

Stay safe, be kind and we will get through this together.

Further information and advice on COVID-19:

  • For advice on your business or personal tax affairs please call the HMRC helpline on 0800 0159 559
  • Access the government’s support finder tool for businesses and self employed people
  • If you are an employee or employer looking for advice please refer to ACAS website
  • If you need any urgent Coronavirus medical advice please visit the NHS website
  • Read the official government COVID-19 guidance and support for businesses

Genuine HMRC contact and recognising phishing emails and texts

Please be aware of phishing or bogus emails and text messages. Phishing is the fraudulent act of emailing a person to get their personal or financial information. These emails often include a link to a bogus website encouraging you to enter your personal details. This guidance from HMRC explains how to recognise genuine contact from HMRC, and how to tell when an email or text message is phishing or bogus.