Your privacy is extremely important to Green Hasson & Janks LLP. For that reason, we want you to be aware of the policies and procedures we follow to protect your personal information. The following is our Privacy Act Notice. We are proud of the fact that our firm and its related subsidiaries have the highest ethical restrictions against the disclosure of confidential client information. Nothing about this legal notification requirement changes those standards.

Green Hasson & Janks LLP has always been committed to maintaining the confidentiality of personal information regarding you. This privacy notice applies to consumer information collected in connection with providing services to individual clients.

Information We Collect
Most of the information that we collect in providing services is obtained from you. Such information includes your name and address, as well as the additional information necessary to provide services requested by you. For example, we may collect salary and expense information from you in connection with preparing your tax return. We may also obtain information from third parties, which is necessary to provide the services you requested. For example, we may obtain income information from your employer or bank.

Information We Disclose
We may share collected information to our affiliated and non-affiliated service providers, as permitted by law, when necessary to provide the services you have requested or as otherwise necessary to carry out our normal business activities. We also may disclose information as separately permitted or required by law, or as separately authorized by you. We do not disclose collected information about our former clients except as permitted by law.

Protection of Information
Green Hasson & Janks LLP maintains physical, electronic and procedural standards to protect the information collected and to restrict its disclosure to those who need it to perform their job responsibilities. In addition, we abide by the confidentiality standards, which govern the accounting profession. Employees who violate these standards are subject to disciplinary action.