At Tarlow, we are closely monitoring the CDC’s developments regarding the spread and impact of COVID-19. Our Firm is working within the CDC’s recommended guidelines, and the guidelines of health departments in the regions in which we operate.
Although our offices are currently closed, we are open for business and are here to help. All Tarlow Partners and professionals are working hard to serve our valued clients. Please contact us with any questions and if we can assist you.
As COVID-19 affects a growing number of people and businesses around the world, caring for our team members, clients, and the broader community continues to be Tarlow’s top priority.
Caring for Our Team: Like many businesses, we have taken the precaution of closing our office and have implemented accommodations for all Partners and employees to work full-time from home. Over the past weeks, we have been preparing for this possibility to mitigate any interruptions in our client service and will continue working as usual.
Caring for Our Clients: We’re here for you! Tarlow’s team is connected and available to support you and answer your questions. All team members are readily available and welcome your requests to schedule phone calls and web meetings at your convenience. We’re also in contact with NYC Small Business Services and other regulators to remain updated and understand how state and local responses to COVID-19, such as shutdowns or restrictions, may affect small businesses. Please remember to use our Client Portal and do not hesitate to contact us if we can be of assistance, whether it is related to the COVID-19 situation or otherwise.
Caring for Our Community: We will do all we can to assist the members of our community during this challenging time. If a situation comes to your attention and you feel we may be able to assist, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We also encourage everyone to do your part to keep yourself and your community safe. You can do so by adhering to these recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and check out these helpful tips for staying connected while working from home.