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Covid-19 - Alert Level 2 Update

We are excited to be heading back into the office!

We ask you only come to the office if you would like to drop your records off.

If you are planning to visit our office during Alert Level 2, we ask that you:

  • Do not visit our office if you are feeling unwell, are over 70 or have an underlying health condition.
  • Use the sanitiser available at the reception desk
  • Maintain physical distancing of at least 2 metres (sorry, no handshakes or hugs yet!)
  • Sign it at reception for contact tracing purposes

If you would like to meet with one of the team, then please phone the office ahead of time. While we are in alert level 2, our preference is to communicate via Zoom or a phone chat. 

We are dedicated to helping you through these are uncertain times so please get in touch with us if you need our support. We're here to help.

Take care and look after yourselves.

We love to spend time with our clients, to find out who they are, how they operate and what drives them to do the things that they do.

We work with you to increase profitability, make your systems work better for you, get better insights out of your data, or to simply keep you tax compliant.

Our service depends on your needs.

At Shelley Tweedy and Associates, we live our values.

We take the fear out of accounting. We play by the rules and we do our utmost to deliver superior accounting service to our clients.

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