COVID -19 Business Resource Center

The Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) is impacting our lives and businesses in a way that none of us have experienced before. The global economy is certainly impacted, and businesses and individuals are reacting to an uncharted situation that continues to evolve rapidly. AAFCPAs has dedicated many of our resources to help you navigate the waters ahead.

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Changing situations and new legislation are rapidly altering business operations as society shifts to a new normal during the COVID-19 pandemic. Workplaces are also changing drastically as many companies are working from home, necessitating rapid technology improvements.

AAFCPAs has assembled this resource page to keep you up to date, and assist you in navigating in this time of crisis. As a firm we are dedicated to helping you solve business, regulatory, and technological challenges to keep your company operating optimally in the short term and long term.

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Key Focus Areas

COVID Loans and Funding


AAFCPAs has formed a Task Force dedicated to studying and advising clients on the business implications of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Stimulus (CARES) Act legislation, signed by President Trump on Friday, March 27th, 2020. Our CARES Task Force includes senior leadership and advisors from diverse segments of our organization, bringing the necessary talent together to best advise on the changing dynamics caused by the Coronavirus.

Understanding the CARES Act

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In the midst of tax season, there are many questions about meeting regulatory requirements while operating under unusual circumstances.

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Technology & Operations

How effectively does your organization support remote work?  This Coronavirus pandemic is testing many businesses’ ability to remain productive and effective while remote. Many are experiencing difficulty, slowness, or inability to execute critical business processes in this time of social distancing.


An ever-present concern for businesses. AAFCPAs would like to remind clients that cyber criminals and other bad actors are often poised to capitalize on a crisis. In this case, cyber criminals and foreign governments are using the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as a theme to lure individuals into making harmful clicks or actions.

All COVID-19 Related Alerts & Insights


How AAFCPAs is Operating – What Clients Need to Know

  • The Coronavirus outbreak is a human tragedy affecting hundreds of thousands of people. Our thoughts are with all those impacted.
  • All AAFCPAs team members have been encouraged to work remotely to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Our Westborough, Wellesley, and Boston offices will only be occupied by critical employees with special responsibilities requiring them to maintain their normal work schedule. This will remain the case until the Centers for Disease Control provide updated guidelines.
  • AAFCPAs has invested heavily in technology that allows us to serve you from wherever we are working.
  • We are monitoring closely and taking several precautions related to the health, safety and well-being of our clients and employee team members—which is of highest importance to us.
  • We are able to meet face-to-face as needed with clients via video conferencing technology. We use a tool that does not require you to download software or an application.
  • We have several ways to send you your e-file authorization forms, and to capture your signature digitally.
  • Tax documents may be easily transferred digitally.
  • Payments to the IRS may be made online.
  • AAFCPAs offers easy and secure online payment options available for your convenience.