OFFICE UPDATE January 2021
During the 2021 tax season we will be open as normal for face-to-face tax interview appointments, dropping off information, and signing tax forms for electronic filing.
If an employee is showing any signs of illness they are asked to stay home and we are asking the same of our clients.
Masks are required to be worn inside our building.
You will find hand sanitizer throughout the offices and reception area.
We have placed plexiglass screens at the reception area and in all offices.
We are limiting the total number of people in the office, so we ask:
- Please plan to be on time to your appointment but try not to enter the building more than 5 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment to help us in spacing people out.
- We would appreciate it if you would not bring children or additional people with you to your appointment (or when picking up).
For clients who can’t or don’t feel comfortable coming into the office, we are offering the choice of dropping off or mailing in your tax information to your preparer. If you choose this option, please call our office to cancel your appointment and let your preparer know you would prefer this option.
We wish everyone good health through this tax season and these tough times.
1101 Joliet Street
Janesville, WI 53546
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