A Message to Our Clients
(Updated January 4, 2020)
OFFICES ARE OPEN
The majority of our employees have returned to the office on a rotating basis to limit the number of individuals in the office at one time. While not in the office, our our staff continues working remotely. Those working in the office are taking extra precautions and working in expanded work spaces, maintaining a 6 foot distance at all times, and we have increased sanitary measures in our common areas.
Your accountant is available to answer any questions you might have during normal business hours via email, or by phone. Email continues to be our preferred method of communication.
We are conducting field work at clients offices, or remotely, depending on the needs of our clients and are abiding by our client's office protocols. While we prefer to continue with video conference calls with our clients, we are willing to meet the needs of our clients that prefer in-person interactions on a case by case basis.
All visitors to our offices will be required to wear a mask. If you do not have a mask, a disposable one will be provided for you.
Our Center of Influence in downtown Boise will remain closed to the public through April to provide additional workspace for our staff following social distancing guidelines.
TAX RETURN PROCESS
All tax returns will be sent electronically for signature via SafeSend Returns. This is accessible across all platforms: computer, smartphone or tablet. If a paper copy of your return is required, please let our office know.
To send us your documents:
- Use the “Send Us a File” button at the top of our website to electronically send your information directly to your accountant.
- Mail your documents to our office.
- You may drop off your documents at the reception desk during normal business hours. A mask will be required.
To pick up your documents:
- During normal business hours, your documents will be available at the reception desk. A mask will be required.
- By request, we can mail your documents back to you.
On behalf of all of us at Harris CPAs, thank you for your understanding and support during this challenging time. We wish you, your families and your teams much good health.
If you have any questions or further concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our office.
Cheryl Guiddy, CPA
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