The Firm leaders at Corrigan Krause are closely monitoring the Coronavirus pandemic and continually discussing our plan of action for our firm.
The safety of our Team is #1.
Beginning tomorrow, March 17, 2020, we are implementing a mandatory work from home policy for all of our staff through March 31, 2020. The seriousness of this situation has exploded over the past few days and it’s critical that we take all necessary precautions to protect our CK family and do our part to stop the spread of the virus.
As stated in our last communication
, we are doing our best to keep business moving as smoothly as possible, and we encourage our clients and partners to continue to collaborate with us on a virtual basis. Please take advantage of the technologies that we currently have available, and avoid in-person meetings and contact when possible. At this time, we also ask for your patience as we continue to navigate this situation and address any obstacles.
What does this mean for our employees?
- All firm events will be cancelled through March 31, 2020.
- All non-essential meetings will be postponed.
- All meetings with clients/referrals/vendors will be done virtually with the use of technologies we have in place or postponed.
- All fieldwork will move forward virtually as possible or be postponed.
What does this mean for our clients?
- Until we hear otherwise, we are still operating with the April 15th deadline in mind. You can continue to send us your tax information via our secure client portal, mail or by fax. In return, we will continue to deliver completed returns through our secure client portal, by mail or by SafeSend Returns. If you have questions or concerns regarding how to submit your information or receive your return, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Our employees will continue to be available by phone or email.
In the meantime, we are receiving many questions from concerned clients.
We are here to help you through it.
We are working on a list of recommendations and resources for businesses and business owners impacted by the situation. Once we receive more guidance from the federal and state level, we will send out a comprehensive update. We anticipate this to be in the next day or two.
Please continue to reach out to us with any questions or concerns, and we will do our best to figure them out together.
Thomas L. Harrison, CPA, CEPA
President and CEO