At Sweeney Conrad, we continue to monitor the global spread of COVID-19. Our firm is built on a foundation of "People First" and we believe that message is more important now than ever. The health and well-being of our employees, clients, friends, and community is our top priority.
Recently, Governor Inslee announced Proclamation 20-25 Stay Home - Stay Healthy. This order is to be in effect from March 25, 2020 through May 4, 2020 - though it may be extended.
Under Governor Inslee's proclamation, Sweeney Conrad is considered an "essential business." Specifically, the proclamation identifies “Professional services, such as legal or accounting and tax preparation services, when necessary to assist in compliance with legally mandated activities and critical sector services.” The good news is, we have been operating as the proclamation states since March 16th, when the majority of our professionals began working remotely.
That said, we are dedicated to continuing to provide you with the same level of service and accessibility.
Here are some things to note:
- Communications: We will no longer be holding in-person meetings through May 4. Please continue to communicate with us through phone, e-mail, and virtual meetings.
- Document Sharing: Our office will continue to receive postal service. If you need to share electronic documents, please contact your Sweeney Conrad account manager and send files via ShareFile for secure transmission. You may also utilize the freestanding gray drop box located immediately outside the main entrance of our building. We are checking the drop box multiple times a day, so this is a secure and efficient way for us to receive your documents.
- Paying Invoices Online: While we will be monitoring our mail, we strongly encourage the use of our online secure payment portal. We are able to accept funds transfers and credit cards, and there is even a QuickFee financing option available. To get more information or to pay your invoice, access our online payment center here.