COVID 19: A Message from Miller Cooper
March 16, 2020

To Our Clients and Friends:

At Miller Cooper, the health, safety and well-being of our team, our clients, our friends and our community is always our top priority! Like you, we have been continually monitoring the developments concerning the COVID-19 virus and its potential impact.

We are committed to providing excellent service to our clients and have plans in place to enable us to continue to be an advisor to you during these challenging and evolving times.

Accordingly, we have implemented the following plan to ensure we can continue our unparalleled service:

  • In accordance with CDC guidelines, we are encouraging our team, visitors and others to take preventative measures which we can all take to minimize the spread of infection, including washing hands frequently and disinfecting hard working spaces on a regular basis.
  • We have communicated to our team to stay home if they feel sick or have any reason to believe they have been exposed to the virus.
  • We have robust technology which allows our team to work remotely in the event that becomes necessary.

We hope that these measures will help us all stay safe and healthy. If you have any questions regarding our Firm’s safety measures or would like to discuss how the virus could potentially impact your business, please do not hesitate to reach out to me or your Miller Cooper Principal. 


Kristen L. Fitzpatrick, CPA

Managing Principal

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