We hope you and your loved ones are healthy and are taking precautions to stay healthy. Thank you for your trust in our agency for your insurance and tax filing needs.
Here at The Schultz Group, we continue to be available to assist you.
We continue to take precautionary measures, such as disinfecting common areas, washing our hands, using hand sanitizer, etc. We have some staff working remotely from home and we are currently having some staff take turns coming into the office to reduce the amount of people in the office. Fortunately, we have the technology to allow us to assist you remotely during this time.
We want to take precautionary measures to follow “social distancing” recommendations. Because of this, we would ask that if you have a future tax appointment or insurance consultation scheduled in our office to refrain from coming in if you show any symptoms associated with Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) or are not feeling well.
The tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15, 2020. If you have not filed your taxes by April 15th and still need to file, we ask that you call our office after April 30th to schedule your tax appointment. We encourage you to drop off your tax documents or call us and we can let you know how to upload your tax documents securely to us. Rick or Dan will then prepare your tax return and we’ll contact you when they’re completed. Doing this will allow less foot traffic in our office to help with “social distancing.” You can also call our office at 585-424-1780 with any questions.
Several insurance carriers are providing discounts or reduced rates to personal auto policyholders. Call our office to find out if you qualify.
We recently sent out this letter via email to property/casualty and life insurance clients to notify them of a change to the insurance law allowing premium flexibility for those affected by COVID-19. You can click here to view a nine-page document of the regulation.
We recently sent out this letter via email to specific health insurance clients (non-Medicare) to notify them of a change to the law allowing premium flexibility for those affected by COVID-19. You can click here to view a copy of the Excecutive Order. You can click here to view a copy of the regulation.