The COVID-19 pandemic has seen communities and businesses across the world face an unprecedented situation and be called upon to adapt and tackle new challenges.
We’ve compiled the following information and resources to assist you during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our Operating Policy during COVID-19 Restrictions
At this stage, Charltons remain open for business as usual. Our team is fully available to assist you and will continue to deliver exceptional client service on all matters.
All client meetings (both new and existing clients) will be conducted over the phone or video conference facility until further notice. Please liaise with our team for details.
If you are a new client and would like to get in touch, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com or on (02) 8267 6666.
We have put in place the necessary IT infrastructure and technology to ensure our team stays connected and continues to provide leading support and advice to our clients in the event of a full lockdown.
We are monitoring the situation daily and are guided by advice from The Australian Department of Health and State Health Authorities. We will continue to update you on our measures on a regular basis.
We value our relationships and our commitment to clients will remain unchanged. For many clients this is a highly disruptive and uncertain time. Our team is here to assist you and navigate through this unprecedented situation.
How not to get lost in the midst of the information influx.
Summary of available government stimulus for individuals and businesses.
The vast extent of COVID-19 government stimulus and safety net announcements have inadvertently added to the existing stress and misunderstandings for a great majority of Australians.
It is wise to focus on Government press releases and ultimately summaries based on actual legislation from non-partisan sources.
There have been numerous inaccuracies advanced by journalists and media sources, so accurate information is better obtained from the source (such as federal government website or ATO) or from a lawyer or tax accountant.
Journalists only if you are after entertainment. Politicians advancing political agenda or “FOMO” moments should also be ignored.
Whilst the apparent access to financial relief appears straightforward, there are multitudes of differences manifested in our diverse lifestyles and situations.
AUSTRALIA CORONA – Where to from here? A comprehensive guide prepared by NAB