We hope that you and your families are well and safe.
We have been extremely busy since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in supporting our clients with applying for and obtaining relief program funding. We continue to offer numerous services to our clients with completing loan applications and preparing support documents for federal, state and local grant, SBA loans and relief options. We are also consulting our clients on their compliance obligations with loan forgiveness requirements, cost reduction efforts and available resources for their employees. Please reach out to us if you need any advisory assistance of this kind.
Our two New York offices remain temporarily closed and our team continues to work remotely. We are anticipating opening the Long Island office for in person meetings in mid-June. We are also excited to share that we are in the process of relocating our Manhattan office to a new space. Stay tuned for more information about this move, expected in September.
We will be receiving and processing physical mail in our Long Island office only starting July 1st. Please update our mailing address in your records.
If your business uses our Manhattan office location to receive mail, please make sure to update your business records as follows:
C/O Eshel, Aminov and Partners LLP 350 Motor Parkway Ste 204 Hauppauge, NY 11788
We continue to lean on our core values of integrity, professionalism and responsibility to guide us in all that we do. Please reach out to us with any questions or concerns you may have – we are here to help.
The Eshel, Aminov and Partners LLP Management Team
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