As we emerge from lockdown, all our offices have been placed in Tier 2. This means that government guidance is still to work from home where possible.

To follow this guidance and keep our staff, clients, and communities safe, our offices will largely remain closed to visitors.

We are at our busiest time of year but know that we are more than able to support our clients remotely through email, telephone, and video calling. Our teams are being fully supported to work from home and our IT infrastructure is robust enough to allow this to happen securely.

We are happy to receive records, and see clients in person where no other option is possible, by prior arrangement only. Arranged by contacting the office who usually oversees your accounts.

Keep safe and well – Stephenson Smart

Covid-19 Update

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