As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic spreads, Eshel, Aminov and Partners LLP is doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of our team, clients and surrounding communities.
We are leaning on our core values of acting with integrity, professionalism and responsibility. These values have guided us since our founding, and we test all our actions against them, because they will continue to be our core values for many years to come.
Last year, we invested in crisis management planning and upgraded our operations to newer technology to ensure better, safer and more flexible working environment for our organization. This new planning allows us to have business continuity without interruption. Our client portal allows us to share data in a safe manner without the need to mail/email the files directly. Client advisory or review meetings can be held “in person” or remotely at each client’s preference.
Our business remains open in our two NY offices. Some of our staff is working in a virtual work scenario in a similar productive and effective manner. Please note that all in-person appointments will be confirmed in advance daily. Our offices are being sanitized routinely and our staff is following the social distance approach in meetings.
Please be advised that the March 16, 2020 tax deadline for Partnerships and S-Corporations has not been extended. The April 15, 2020 tax deadline for Corporations and Individuals has yet to be extended but has been suggested by President Trump and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. We are awaiting on an official update from the authorities.
Just like you, we are monitoring the latest news about the Coronavirus, and adhering to all recommendations from the World Health Organization, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and local authorities.
We wish everyone to stay safe and be well in these trying times.
Please reach out to us with any questions or concerns – we’re here to help.
Eshel, Aminov and Partners LLP
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