It’s hard to believe we are already over half-way through 2020. Challenged with the COVID-19 crisis we have faced the unexpected, unanticipated, and unimaginable. Navigating this pandemic has caused us all to think differently and more strategically about all aspects of our lives. Financial planning has become a unique challenge in the current environment, with several new laws and legislative changes to be considered in your overall financial plan. Click here for our Tax Planning Insights letter which highlights some of the changes that have occurred and opportunities that should be considered to help maximize your 2020 financial and tax position.
Some good news to share. In our January letter, we mentioned that the firm began a “tax season food drive” to collect nonperishable food items to distribute to three local food pantries – Manna on Main Street, Keystone Opportunity Center, and Pennridge FISH. The food drive was cut short when the COVID-19 crisis hit the region and the firm transitioned to working remotely. Recognizing the challenges food pantries are facing during this crisis, the firm matched monetary donations made through payroll deductions. We’re very proud of our team’s efforts to help battle food insecurity in our community.
In our continuing effort to do our part to keep our staff, clients, and friends healthy and safe, our physical office remains closed and our team continues to work remotely. We will keep you informed as to the status of our firm operations and are looking forward to the time when we can greet everyone in person once again.
Thank you for your patience as we work through these challenging times. As always, we are here to help and are never more than an email, phone call, text, or Zoom meeting away!
Certified Public Accountants & Business Advisors