Amid the outbreak of COVID-19, we’re taking serious measures to maintain the highest possible level of client service while protecting our people. Everything we do starts with putting people first. That’s why we’re taking serious precautionary measures to protect the health and well-being of our clients, staff, families, and community. Out of an abundance of caution we have closed our office to visitors. Many of us are working remotely from our homes. While our staff and our clients take shelter from COVID-19, our team at Randazzo, Eschenburg & Associates remain available to our clients at our normal phone numbers, emails, and by fax. We will be able to process your tax returns, year-end, and other engagements as we have in the past and are continuing to do. The IRS has extended the due date for individual income tax returns and the Treasury also announced a 90-day waiver of penalties and interest on tax payments.
At the same time a large part of our capacity has been prioritized to focus on your urgent needs created by the COVID-19 disaster. And a significant portion of time is being dedicated by our firm partners monitoring new developments including those in tax, employee benefits, and more. We’re keeping a close eye on tax-related regulations like extended deadlines and other matters that may impact the needs of our clients.
If you have questions, your REA contact is awaiting your call. In the meantime, we’ll keep our COVID-19 business insights here.