Malone, Dirubbo & Company, PC has put new procedures in place due to COVID-19. Please click here for more information and resources.

Malone, Dirubbo & Company, PC‘s top priority has always been to deliver superior service to our clients. The global effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 is presenting difficult choices for many businesses. MDC is keeping the safety & health of our team and clients at the forefront of all business decisions we make.

Effective immediately we’re putting the following guidelines in place until further notice:

  1. MDC will no longer be open on Saturday’s; employees are encouraged not to work overtime in order to maintain their health and lower stress levels
  2. The Internal Revenue Service has automatically extended the due date of the 2019 federal tax return and the first two estimated payments (if applicable) to July 15, 2020.
  3. The State of New Hampshire has extended the 2019 tax return and the first estimated payment for 2020 only until June 15, 2020. (Please note that each State may have a different deadline).
  4. No face-to-face meetings - all meetings will be via a phone call. Please mail your documents to us ahead of time in preparation for the phone call. All tax returns and corresponding documents will be mailed back. Should you want us to hold your original documents until it is safe for you to pick them up; we’ll be happy to do that.
  5. MDC has the technology available to transfer every document electronically with you. If you are able, please take advantage of this method and avoid in-person visits to our office. The good news is that this technological capability enables everyone on our team to work seamlessly from remote locations. We will be available as always; your emails and phone calls will be answered as usual (well, maybe with a slight delay), and your MDC team will be working to meet your needs and produce your deliverables in all the ways you have come to expect from us. If you have any difficulty getting set up to use our electronic transfer method (Portals) please call the office for help.
  6. If you do not have the ability to transfer documents electronically with us, please use regular US mail, USPS, or Fedex. We are happy to mail things to you.

COVID-19 Resources

SBA Loan Comparisons

Up-To-Date US COVID-19 information:

US Government filing & payment deadlines:

State Tax Filing Guidance

Up-To-Date NH COVID-19 information:
Per the NH Governor: landlords cannot evict, mortgages cannot foreclose, no utility company can disconnect anyone

Small Business Association – Economic Injury Disaster loans to pay fixed debts, payroll, AP and other bills:
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Interest rates: Small business – 3.75% Non-Profits – 2.75%

New Hampshire Employment & Security

Hotline: 603-227-4020
You can apply if you lose your job, hours are cut, have to self-quarantine, stay home with children/family member, are self-employed. Waiting period is suspended but you need to file each week. Employers will not be charged for unemployment benefits their employees receive, your rate will not increase.

Grafton County Economic Development Council

Belknap County Economic Development Council

Citi Bank

Starting on March 9, 2020 for 30 days:

  • Waivers on monthly service fees
  • Waived penalties for early CD withdrawal
  • Support available for people who need credit line increases and collection forbearances assistance.

Wells Fargo

1-800-219-9739 if you need assistance

US Bank

1-888-287-7817 if you need assistance

To apply for assistance, food stamps, medical resources and cash

Mt. Washington Economic Development Council

Loan clients and businesses experiencing economic disruption