covid-19 impact

Dear Clients and Friends,

As events continue to unfold surrounding COVID-19, we have made the decision to implement a remote work plan effective today, March 23, 2020. Our office locations will be closed in the interim. We are doing this to safeguard our people, their families, and our community as well as yours.  Mauldin & Jenkins recognizes that you are depending on us, and we are committed to providing the highest level of service. Our technology allows us to remotely handle all client requests, calls, and ongoing audit, tax and advisory work in a seamless manner.

During this time, Mauldin & Jenkins will be accessible through our normal channels of phone and email communication. I would encourage you to contact us with questions you might have.

Mauldin & Jenkins is continuously evaluating guidance from the CDC and other health professionals. While we are not sure of the duration of our remote work plan, we will communicate updates to you in a timely manner.

To view additional announcements and information regarding COVID-19 provided by M&J, please visit our COVID-19 impact page.  

Warmest regards,
Hanson Borders
Managing Partner

webinar: Paycheck protection program

Join Mauldin & Jenkins, LLC and Fenimore, Kay, Harrison, & Ford, LLP for a webinar on the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). On Friday, March 27th, President Trump signed into law the CARES Act. This bill provides significant relief for small businesses, including $349 billion in Small Business Administration (SBA) loan guarantees and subsidies. This new loan program can provide up to $10 million of funding, which may be forgiven if certain criteria are met. We are encouraging all of our clients that qualify to evaluate this relief program.

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To view a PDF version of the slides please click HERE.


webinar: navigating employment issues and the coronavirus - what to do and not to do

Join Mauldin & Jenkins and Freeman, Mathis & Gary for the following webinar: Navigating Employment Issues and the Coronavirus - What To Do and Not To Do. The webinar will discuss pertinent and timely topics such as: actions to take when an employee tests positive or exhibits signs of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, tax implications, and Georgia Department of Labor guidance for filing unemployment claims.
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To view the slides please click HERE.
Brad Adler, Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP
Tim Boughey, Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP
Carl Garner, Mauldin & Jenkins, LLC
Tim Evans, Mauldin & Jenkins, LLC

COVID-19 updates

Stay up to date on the latest information regarding the Coronavirus pandemic.


Agencies Issue Revised Interagency Statement on Loan Modifications by Financial Institutions Working with Customers Affected by the Coronavirus



Surviving the COVID-19 crisis: A nonprofit action plan



CARES ACT changes retirement plan and charitable contribution rules


Cobb Chamber

Cobb Chamber Hosts Webinar: Navigating Financial Relief from COVID-19



SBA Increases Rate, Clarifies Terms on Paycheck Protection Program Loans


medical ear thermometer isolated on wooden table. Digital thermometer for baby.

EEOC guidance addresses screening employees for COVID-19



CARES Act provides option to delay CECL reporting



CARES Act offers new hope for cash-strapped nonprofits



COVID-19 stimulus package offers relief to affected individual taxpayers



Cash payments and tax relief for individuals in new law


we are here to help

As we all continue to work through these unprecedented times, know that we are here as a resource to assist in navigating these unfamiliar waters.

For more information on how the coronavirus may impact you and your business, contact your Mauldin & Jenkins professional by clicking the button below.

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