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    • Once we have your documents, we will draft an electronic copy of your return and schedule a phone conversation to address any questions or comments you may have.
    • We can also file an extension if you wish us to do so.

    The bottom line is that we remain acutely vigilant about this serious crisis. We will continue to do everything we can to protect our clients and our employees, and to remain ready to serve our clients in the most appropriate fashion. Thank you for understanding and cooperating with us as we all navigate through these times. Stay safe!

     

Quarterly & Monthly Filings

Quarterly & Monthly filings include key accounting and financial data for a company, including gross revenue, net profit, operational expenses, and cash flow. These forms may include more detail than quarterly and annual reports.

Quarterly & Monthly filings are usually accompanied by presentations from a company's management where key performance indicator data are presented to investors and analysts. Management of firms often provides guidance for future financial results as well. These presentations are routinely followed by a question and answer periods.

Analysts following companies often publish estimates of key metrics for future reporting periods. Financial publications average these estimates to arrive at street consensus estimates. Companies that exceed these estimates are said to have beaten expectations. Companies whose performances are in-line with estimates are said to have met expectations. Companies whose results are below estimates are said to have missed expectations.

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