The staff at Alt Tax & Financial Services is feeling hopeful.
We hope you and your family are doing well. It has been a tough couple of months for everyone as we all navigate the pandemic. We all look forward to moving past this soon.
Our tax preparation staff is continuing to prepare returns that have been, or will be, dropped off or mailed in.
Some of our staff will begin seeing clients on a very limited basis when necessary.
Alt Tax & Financial will still practice “social distancing”. Clients and staff will be required to wear masks during in-person appointments.
We can be reached by phone at 608-756-5919 from:
9:00am – 3:00pm Monday thru Friday
Face to face meetings by appointment only.
Upon entering our building:
Face masks are required. Bring you own if you have one. We have some available on a table in the entrance way.
Hand sanitizer and wipes are also available for your use when entering.
Thank you for your understanding.
1101 Joliet Street
Janesville, WI 53546
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