The best way to contact us is via email Please do not post anything to us as there is no one available to receive your post and our phone lines are closed.

We understand you have concerns regarding loss of income, and we will do all we can to keep you updated on guidance released by the government.

For now, the best advice we can give is to contact Universal Credit and see if you are eligible. If you become ill or must self-isolate, you can claim ESA in this case you need to contact the Department for Work and Pensions.

As we all know, the current Tax Year ends on the 5th April 2020, there is going to be a significant delay before we can request your accounting records and therefore start to prepare your Accounts and Tax Return. We will contact you when we are able to send out our year-end checklists, in the meantime, please DO NOT post any information to us.

If you have a query please send an email, there are a small number of Managers working from home. Understandably the response time maybe significantly longer than normal.

We will contact you once the office reopens and it is safe for you to send your accounting records to us. This is a difficult time for everyone, we appreciate your understanding and will do our best to assist you were possible over the coming weeks.

Kind regards,

Alan Gott

FBTC Manager