Business is complicated and growing even more so. Complex tax laws and elevated financial and business regulations require specialized expertise and a steady perspective. Businesses need a financial advisor who provides that expertise in ways that are both understandable and actionable.
That’s why businesses turn to DP&C for their accounting and financial consulting needs. DP&C isn’t your typical accounting firm. For one thing, our mission isn’t to win more business; it’s to help our clients succeed in theirs. We want to work with businesses, organizations and individuals striving to become better, stronger, more effective and more efficient. We can help them get there.
The work we do is complicated. Our commitment to our clients is not. We have a no-nonsense pledge to speak plainly and provide clear, accurate and timely advice. The powerful results our clients achieve speak for themselves.
We’re DP&C. Sound success begins here.
We are living in unprecedented times. And these times call for caring and thoughtful measures.
Our number one priority is the health and safety of our staff, their families, and you, our clients. We also share your concern for the people in our community, nation and the world at-large. That being said, we also know how important it is that our service to our clients isn’t interrupted and that we are available to you, especially now.
We wanted to share some of the measures we are taking here at DP&C (effective Monday, June 29, 2020) to ensure we are all safe while our service continues and we begin the process of reopening:
1. We are open (on a limited basis). We have begun our phased reopening plan. Our current phase provides staff members the opportunity to work from the office and/or home in whatever capacity works best for them. We are open to clients on a limited basis, by appointment only, and with strict protocols in place. We are closed to the public and our office doors remain locked during business hours. The best way to provide your information to us continues to be either electronically or by Fedex/UPS/USPS mail. Your tax preparer can send you a link so that you can send us your information through a secure email or we can set you up with a secure portal.
2. Our phones and computers remain on. We are just as reachable and responsive as we’ve always been. If you need to contact any of our staff or if you have any questions, you can reach out via phone or email. Email is best as we will receive emails right away, regardless of our work location, and will respond as quickly as possible. You can also reach us by phone to speak with any staff member that is working in the office or leave a voicemail message for any staff member working remotely. We continue to check voicemails regularly and aim to respond within one business day.
3. Your returns will continue to be processed. With the July 15th federal due date quickly approaching, we encourage you to get your information to us as soon as possible. If you are unable to meet the July 15th deadline, please contact your tax preparer to request an extension. Please keep in mind that an extension of time to file will not extend a tax liability due date. In the meantime, we continue to work diligently preparing returns and serving our clients.
Please know we remain committed to you and all of the people we serve. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to reach out to us, we are here for you.
Thank you for your patience during this transition and stay safe,