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Coronavirus/COVID-19 Update from Patrick Accounting and Whirks

Coronavirus/COVID-19 Update from Patrick Accounting and Whirks

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You have probably received several emails in the last few days from companies and organizations offering details of their response to COVID-19 and the coronavirus. Here is what Patrick Accounting and Whirks are doing to keep delivering the service our clients expect.

If you need to discuss business financial contingency plans, cash preservation strategies, or other strategic planning issues please do not hesitate to give us a call.


Our first priority is to ensure the health and safety of our clients, team members and their families. We are here to help you navigate uncertain times, whether you are affected by the virus directly or through the volatility of the financial markets. We are closely monitoring daily developments and have a detailed plan to ensure we can continue providing critical services.



  • Our generous paid-time off policies and guidance for our team members ensure that they stay home if they are sick, at risk due to travel or have been exposed to illness.
  • We are restricting non-essential team member business travel to help prevent exposure.
  • You can submit documents, including tax documents, via our online portal or by submitting via our secure send link here.
  • We are prepared for as many team members to work from home as needed so we can continue supporting critical services.



  • Our offices are prepared with the supplies they need including hand sanitizer, disinfectant and gloves.
  • Our janitorial partners will continue weekly cleaning services and have augmented them with additional disinfectant for high-touch surfaces.



We know how much you depend on us, and we are committed to providing the service you expect from us. Our response plan starts with the steps above and progresses to more serious measures we can consider if this situation escalates, such as modifying office schedules.

Please consider using electronic submission of information and web meetings during this time. This is a good general practice during any cold and flu season. Some other general practices are:

  • Wash your hands frequently or use hand sanitizer while out running errands.
  • Cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze and keep your distance from people who are coughing or sneezing.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • If you are sick, avoid going out but seek medical care.


We will keep you informed should we need to modify the way we deliver our services. We will also post signs on the doors if we decide to modify operations. 

As always, you can reach us by phone.
Memphis: (901) 755.5858
Little Rock: (501) 834.5757

Our websites are and

We will do everything we can to offer you the service you expect from us while protecting you and our team from the spread of the virus. 

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