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Coronavirus – Facing Challenging Times Together

We are in unprecedented times and facing uncertainty as the Coronavirus pandemic evolves. We want to assure you that Richard Edwards Group is fully committed to the safety and health of our employees and our communities whilst trying to ensure minimal disruption to our work and client service during this critical time.

Some of the specific steps we have taken are:

  • The directors meet daily to review the latest Government guidelines.
  • We have the technology infrastructure for our firm to work remotely. This has been tested and we are prepared should we need to close an office.
  • We have the ability to use video conferencing and Skype.
  • We have reviewed our business to identify critical services and taken steps to secure these (e.g. payroll).
  • Our staff receive regular communication updates and all vulnerable people have been requested to work from home. Our employees know what action to take if they or a member of their family have any symptoms.
  • We have cancelled or postponed all our events, networking and training in the short-term and we are looking at different ways to deliver these.
  • So far as possible staff are encourage to work from home and we have the infrastructure and technology to facilitate this.

Things are likely to get challenging over the coming weeks and months and we are here to help.

Please rest assured that Richard Edwards Group is very much open for business as usual and we are confident that the steps we have taken will allow us to continue to serve our clients in the usual way. Both of our offices will be open to the public as usual and our opening hours remain unaffected.


We wish to advise you that we will be changing our office opening hours from next week.

From Tuesday 14 April both offices of Richard Edwards Group will be closing at 4pm on a daily basis and until working restrictions are lifted.

Please be reassured that we are still very much open for business to support you through these testing times.




HMRC have just advised us that the release date of the job retention scheme portal will be 20 April 2020.

Please follow the link below to read the full Covid-19 update below to familiarise yourself with what and how to best prepare yourselves.

 We are also here to help and provide advice should you need to contact us.

HMRC Bulletin Link




We are acutely aware that these are concerning times for everyone including business owners, their employees and families. Aside from the obvious health concerns, we fully understand that you may be worrying about the impact of the current situation upon your business.

Over the last week the Chancellor has announced various measures designed to help support your business and your employees during this very difficult time. Those headline announcements are very welcome but the exact details of qualification for the support and how to apply are still being released and updated.

We will be monitoring our website on a rolling basis setting out the support that is available and how to apply for this. Please look at the links to the right of this article for all the updates as they are received.




Spring Budget 2020

 The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, presented his first Budget on Wednesday 11 March 2020. 

 The Government announced a series of support packages for those businesses who may be affected by the Coronavirus outbreak. There was also a huge amount of investment agreed for UK infrastructure, alongside a host of taxation measures that could have implications for your personal and business’ affairs.

  We hope you find this budget summary useful but if you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact us for advice.


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