Tax season! The first weekend in April! This is a time of year that we at MWH Group love. While we are tired or exhausted, we also begin to see the light at the end of the deadline tunnel. This is also the time we get to see a vast majority of our wonderful clients face to face. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic that is affecting so many around the globe, the “box” above represents our current “contact” with our clients. The date of this note represents the start of week 2 of locally mandated shelter in place and social distancing measures. While there are limitations on our physical work environment due to coronavirus (COVID-19), we are working to minimize disruptions and impacts to you so that we still offer the same level of superior service and support you have come to expect from our team.
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to affect local communities and global economies, you may have concerns about your financial well-being. Additionally, you may be wondering about how recently passed legislation impacts you. In this ever-changing environment it is very easy to quickly become “information overloaded.” If you have questions or concerns on what resources are available to you or your business, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We have a high-level summary of some of the key provisions impacting individuals and businesses ready for you. Depending on your situation, we can also provide you with more details as well as answers to common questions we are hearing. Whether you have tax or financial planning questions, cash flow management questions, or need advice on ways to navigate the expanded benefits currently available, we’re here for you.
We want to provide you with a quote from John Wayne – he once said –
“Courage is being scared to death, but saddling up anyways”
While facing challenges we have never dreamed of, we recognize the importance of “saddling up” in the midst of all the uncertainty to see our clients and community through the crisis. Rest assured, we’re here to help with your questions. We will get through this together.
Be safe, please heed the social distancing measures, wash your hands, and God bless!
MWH Group, PC