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As things change quickly with the coronavirus crisis, over 30 million people are poised to file tax returns in the next seven weeks to meet the filing deadlines of March 31 for trusts, April 30 for individual personal tax and June 15 for proprietorships. Thousands of professionals will be helping them. How can you protect yourself, your staff and your clients?
Your clients will likely need your guidance on the tax and financial consequences of life and economic events brought on by the coronovirus. Following is a checklist of financial issues for you to discuss with them.
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Knowledge Bureau’s got your back to help you continue your professional development during any pandemic downtime. Train or retrain new staff. Existing students: If you need more time, call us and we’ll extend your study time at no extra charge.
Knowledge Bureau wants to hear from you on how you are managing the coronavirus with your staff and clients. Today we hear from The Accounting Place and their response to the Pandemic.