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Mysterious shut down? Bay City tax service reveals all answers!

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A family-owned tax business in Bay City, Michigan, shut down unexpectedly last year due to cyber attacks that compromised their ability to reach clients. The owners, Brandy Sinicki and Tommy Falasz, closed the business to protect their clients’ information and to conduct an investigation. They have since improved their security measures and are reopening the business, hoping to regain customers’ trust.

A family business in Bay City, Michigan, called Falasz Tax & Accounting suddenly shut down last year, leaving customers confused about the status of their tax returns. The owners, Brandy Sinicki and Tommy Falasz, explained that they shut down due to cyber attacks that compromised their ability to reach clientele.

Sinicki and Falasz shut down their business without notice in order to protect their clients’ information, fearing a larger breach of data. They filed documents with the IRS to investigate the attacks and wanted to wait until the investigation was nearing its conclusion before coming forward to explain their decision to shut down.

They have since improved their security measures and are reopening the business. They hope to regain customers’ trust by providing information about the ongoing investigation and assuring customers that they will take care of any fines resulting from the shutdown.

Customers can expect the tax service to reopen on Monday, February 12, with updated office hours.

Key Points:

  • Falasz Tax & Accounting, a family business in Bay City, Michigan, shut down due to cyber attacks that compromised their ability to reach clients.
  • The owners, Brandy Sinicki and Tommy Falasz, shut down the business without notice to protect their clients’ information.
  • They filed documents with the IRS for an investigation into the cyber attacks and waited to come forward with an explanation until the investigation was nearing its conclusion.
  • The tax service is reopening with improved security measures in place and hopes to regain customers’ trust.
  • They are willing to take care of any fines resulting from the shutdown and are working with the IRS on that matter.
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