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How is Accurium handling COVID-19? | Accurium

With the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic evolving, we wanted to assure you and your clients that Accurium is monitoring the situation closely and is well prepared to ensure that our business can continue to operate effectively during this period.

We have thoroughly tested our business continuity plans and IT infrastructure to ensure minimal disruption to our business and that our employees can work from home for an extended period if required. We are confident at this stage that we will be able continue to provide the same level of service that you’ve come to expect for actuarial certificates, technical offerings and actuarial advice. Our helpline will remain open as usual during business hours.

With many conferences, seminars and face-to-face training sessions being cancelled around the country, meeting ongoing CPD requirements may prove a challenge for SMSF practitioners in the coming months. Throughout this time, we are focused on continuing Accurium’s CPD accredited webinars and providing new content via our TechHub.

Please feel free to contact us should you have any questions by email on act@accurium.com.au or by calling 1800 203 123.

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