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What COVID-19 alert level 4 means for Alliotts and our clients

From midnight Wednesday 25 March 2020, New Zealand goes into full lockdown.

NZ COVID-19 alert level 4

Level 4 means people are instructed to stay at home, schools and universities closed, as well as non-essential businesses, major reprioritisation of health services, and severely limited travel.

From tomorrow 24 March 2020, the Alliotts team will be operating from home offices but we will still be operating and available to assist with all your accounting, tax and business needs.

Simply call our office phone number as you normally would, and our receptionist will be able to take or forward messages to our team. Or feel free to call your Alliotts accountant directly on their mobile as listed in our recent client communication (if you didn't receive a copy let us know and we'll resend that to you).

Our office premises will be closed for 4 weeks from Wednesday 25 March 2020 however we will keep you notified by email, website and on our social sites of any changes.

If you are employer who has not yet applied for a Wage Subsidy claim, please contact us urgently on 09 520 9200 or via email.

We are all experiencing unprecedented disruptions to our way of life – privately and in business. We wish you well through these challenging times.

Stay safe during this uncertain period.

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