Our lobby remains open and available to clients. We encourage you to send documents to us by fax, NetClient portal, NetClient mobile app, or postal service, but if you need to visit our office please keep a distance of six feet between you and our staff.
We continue to monitor the situation and will make adjustments to our business procedures as warranted. Effective March 23 our staff accountants have begun working from home. This is to ensure services can continue to be provided in the event of an infection in our office. All staff are available by telephone by calling the office phone number or by email.
Due to these adjustments we are asking clients to:
Out of an abundance of caution we are modifying our office procedures due to the effects of the COVID-19 virus.
We will work to prepare tax returns as quickly as possible; however, we do expect additional government guidance to further impact our business. As the virus spreads we may be forced to take more drastic measures which may slow the preparation of returns and other deliverables. We will keep you updated.
All U.S. and GA income tax returns and payments that were due April 15, 2020 are now due on July 15, 2020. Click here for additional details.
We realize these new procedures may be an inconvenience, but we believe they are necessary to protect our staff and clients. We look forward to returning to normal hours and procedures as soon as possible.
Employers and employees have the option of deferring the 6.2% employee social security tax from September 1 through December 31, 2020. Any deferred taxes must be paid between Janaury 1 and April 30, 2021.
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Employers are required to continue to pay employees under certain circumstances related to the COVID-19 virus. Employers will be reimbursed 100% of the payments under this act.
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Use our web-based NetClient portals or mobile app to send us documents and other files.
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Perform a "Paycheck Checkup!" Recent changes to the federal tax law made changes to your paycheck. Be sure that you have the proper amount of federal tax withheld in order to avoid a tax bill. Click here for details.