As we are sure you have heard by now, Governor Holcomb has issued a stay-at-home order for the entire state of Indiana with the exception of completing essential activities and conducting essential business. What you may not know is that accounting and tax services are among the essential businesses listed. While CPAs are not on the front lines of this fight, we are essential to ensuring the fight can continue. Without our services, individuals and businesses throughout Indiana and across the country would be unable to access the funds necessary to keep pushing forward.
The services offered by Donovan CPAs include:
- preparation and filing of tax returns which grant access to refunds to many taxpayers;
- processing payroll for businesses, without which employees would go unpaid;
- preparing reports used by lenders to allow businesses to obtain or retain financing;
- and the list goes on.
The only thing more important to us than ensuring we do our part as professionals is protecting the health and safety of our clients, our staff, and our community. It is in this spirit that we have decided to close our offices during the Governor’s stay-at-home order.
Our offices will be closed to the public beginning Wednesday, March 25th and not reopen until 8 a.m. on Tuesday, April 7th
Our team will continue to work to serve you with excellence. This work will simply be completed in the safest manner possible, which given the present circumstances means with appropriate social distance. We will work to communicate with you via email and phone and will deliver final tax returns electronically or via US mail. Payroll pickup for clients with physical checks will be by appointment only.
If you have any questions, please call our office at 317.745.6411 (Avon) or 317.844.8300 (Indianapolis), or reach out directly to a member of the Donovan team. We are still here and committed to our mission: “To establish lasting relationships with our clients by exceeding expectations and gaining trust through an exceptional client experience provided by every member of the Donovan team.”
One day, we will see you again in person and shake hands or offer a hug. Until then, we plan to use lots of hand sanitizer and do our part to aid the state’s effort by closing our office until April 7th.