March 25, 2020

Financial Keys Update

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With all the changes we are witnessing to our own working and living arrangements, as well as those of our family and friends, we wanted to take this opportunity to provide an update. The Financial Keys team are currently working from home to do our part in reducing the amount of people travelling to and from the city. It is, however, business as usual, and we maintain the same capabilities as we have in the office.

With all the changes we are witnessing to our own working and living arrangements, as well as those of our family and friends, we wanted to take this opportunity to provide an update. The Financial Keys team are currently working from home to do our part in reducing the amount of people travelling to and from the city. It is, however, business as usual, and we maintain the same capabilities as we have in the office.

Due to the extreme pressure on Australia’s telecommunication services at the moment, caused by the volume of people accessing internet and other facilities from home for work and school tasks, a number of offices and homes around the country are experiencing issues with internet and phones. While we have forwarded our office landline (02 92 333 888) to our office mobile (0421 731 813), if you experience any difficulty calling us, we recommend you call our office mobile directly (0421 731 813) which is answered by our receptionist, Ash.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or require any assistance.

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