As we continue to monitor the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak closely, the health and well-being of our team members, clients, and their families are of utmost importance to us. While there have been no diagnosed cases of the Coronavirus in the Central PA area that we are aware of, we are not naïve to the fact that it may only be a matter of time until there are. Our firm is taking precautions now in order to mitigate the effect on all parties involved in our day-to-day operations.
At this time, our offices remain open. However, we are encouraging our team members to work remotely. We are also encouraging team members to have open dialogues with our clients to assess their comfort level with on-site visits during this very challenging time. Over the years, we’ve consistently invested in the technology needed to ensure working remotely is efficient and effective, without sacrificing quality or data security. We will continue to maintain the level of service you’ve been able to rely upon.
Currently, there are proposals in Washington, D.C. for a modification to the tax filing deadlines. Our team will communicate any changes and how it may impact our processes and filing obligations as soon as this information becomes available. Our team is also focused on client needs related to planning and policies as we navigate this unprecedented event together, and we are ready to advise and assist clients working through contingency plans.
We encourage you to continue to monitor recommendations made by the CDC. While these are very unusual and challenging times, we are with you through this process. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to us.
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