TaxAssist Accountants has unveiled the third free webinar in its series, this time aimed at small business directors.
The current Covid-19 pandemic has left lots of small business owners with questions about their future, and how their business is going to survive the international shutdowns put in place to curb the spread of the virus. Add into the mix false information and confusing guidance about how to access help and many businesspeople are feeling thoroughly confused and overwhelmed.
After running two successful webinars for the businesspeople of the UK, TaxAssist Accountants has announced that a third will be going ahead this coming Monday 20th April at 3pm. It’s aimed at Directors of small businesses and will highlight the support available to them during this trying time as clearly and simply as it can.
Interested participants will need to sign up here, and send any questions they’ve got over to the team before the event. If something pops up during the event that they hadn’t thought of, participants will also have a chance to ask questions live. The bookkeeping and accounting franchise’s knowledgeable head office team will run through how small businesses can access support from the government and hopes to allay any worries about the situation.
TaxAssist has also set up a Coronavirus hub on its website, where its experienced accountants will be answering questions about all things financial. So, whether you’re concerned about paying your staff, struggling to scrape together VAT payments or want advice on what to do if your tenants can’t pay rent, there’s loads of free, trustworthy information for people to make use of.
The franchise will be updating its content over the coming weeks to make sure it’s relevant and up to date, so check back regularly to find out what the latest business news is.
Sophie Cole, Point Franchise ©