March 16, 2020
We are in unprecedented times.
The worldwide pandemic of COVID-19 (or coronavirus) is changing how everyone works, lives and interacts with each other.
Most individuals are taking precautions and using social distancing to avoid physical contact and prevent the spread of germs.
While we all take time to adjust, one topic we wanted to mention was working on your taxes remotely.
2020 could be the first year you don’t sit down with your tax preparer during tax season.
It might seem strange not to talk through your expenses and exemptions, but it can be done.
Thanks to advanced encryption and security, the process is easy.
Filing your taxes virtually is simple, safe and convenient.
While we all stay smart about avoiding any unnecessary physical contact, we promise that this won’t negatively impact your tax filing. You will not miss the tax filing deadline if you don’t visit our office.
Here are a few of the perks of using our online tools:
We wish you all good health in the weeks to come.
Of course, if you have any questions, we are more than happy to set up a phone call or video chat to talk. You can also email us your questions, or leave a voicemail if that works best for you.
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