9 women on how work has changed.

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Lodgement date for most businesses and people is May 15 so its normally a busy time for most accountants, add on to that March activity statements due at the end of May, and now the JobKeeper payments enrolment which started this week.

It is so new… there is a learning curve, and the clients have lots of questions and many are anxious to keep their business afloat. It’s great being able to help as much as we can and guide them through this difficult time, but it’s also very hectic at the moment.

Vet nurse

It’s craaaaazy busy at the moment. Customers are mostly being great about us pushing routine and non essential things, but some people are so difficult about it.

We are running ‘non-contact’ so the nurses are run off their feet taking animals in and out and delivering payment out to people’s cars as well as helping vets. There’s also extra cleaning.

It’s been so much extra work…

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