Coronavirus—Protecting you and our staff
March 16, 2020
We understand that everyone is concerned about Coronavirus. And we are as well, which is why we are taking precautions to keep our clients and our staff safe.
The health and well-being of our clients and staff is our highest priority. This is personal on a number of levels, and therefore we want to reach out to express to you that we are vigilantly monitoring the ever-changing landscape in which we find ourselves.
We are complying with the governor’s request to close our business to on-site customer traffic for fourteen days beginning on March 17, 2020. Rest assured we continue to work hard to meet the filing deadline and we are available by phone, email or virtual meeting to meet your needs.
While the threat of Coronavirus exists, we ask that you use our convenient online tools so that we can all do our part to protect those most at risk in our communities.
As the situation continues to evolve, we’re asking that you take the following precautions to thwart the spread of Coronavirus.
- If you have tax documents to deliver you can do so through your secure client portal or through our Sharefile service. You can access these services on our Client Center located at www.robertmorriscpa.com.
- If you’ve been notified that your tax return is ready for your signature, you can follow the instructions included in the notification email and return those documents securely through the services referenced above. We can then return your original documents via USPS or digitally upon your request.
- Appointments will be conducted via phone call or virtual meetings.
- If you must deliver paper documents, please use our after-hours drop box in the rear of the building.
While we are taking the recommended precautions, we are open for business, and we are working hard to meet the April 15th deadline. Please be sure to reach out to us with concerns or questions. We are here to help!
Our focus is the continued good health of everyone, and we’d like to leave you with the following. "In the end, it will be impossible to know if we overreacted or did too much, but it will be QUITE apparent if we under reacted or did too little."