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At Marvin and Company, we are continuing to take concerns over COVID-19 extremely seriously and doing everything in our power to ensure the safety of our employees and clients. As many of you are aware, to help limit the spread of COVID-19, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has issued specific guidance to many areas within the US, asking businesses to do all they can to help reduce density to limit the spread of the virus.
Based on these circumstances, we have implemented a few additional firm-wide policies over the past few days:
We will continue to monitor the guidance from the CDC and state and local public health agencies, and update our policies accordingly. These new policies will not impact our ability to service our clients or continue business operations. As previously stated, we have a robust plan in place for continuing operations without interruption in the coming months, and we are confident in our ability to provide excellent client service while ensuring everyone remains healthy and safe.
As you know, the nature of this situation is rapidly changing and evolving, but we are committed to keeping you updated in a timely and concise manner. If you have any questions on our policies or our plans, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We thank you for your flexibility, understanding and patience as we continue to move forward. We fully understand that you are experiencing changes at your own workplace and at home, and we will work with you to make any adjustments these changes may require.
Governor Cuomo has issued an Executive Order mandating that businesses that require in-office personnel to decrease in-office workforce by 75%. Marvin and Company is staying abreast of all of the latest updates and complying accordingly. Please click here to read the full Executive Order.
Please feel free to contact me or any member of the team with any questions you may have. Above all, please be safe and remain well.
Kevin P. O'Leary, CPA, Managing Director