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Zinner & Co. is a Cleveland accounting firm whose primary business is to provide solutions that help our clients succeed.
In 1938, Harry Zinner had a vision for long term success. He built a company founded on integrity, commitment and a pledge to help individuals, not-for-profit organizations and closely-held companies grow and prosper, not just for today, but for decades to follow. We offer comprehensive cpa and accounting services as well as business management consultancy.
From filing your first tax return to life-changing events, to succession planning that positions your children and grandchildren while ensuring continuity during mergers, acquisitions or sell-offs, our team of experts will prepare you with strategies for some of today’s most challenging personal and business financial decisions.
From the Zinner & Co. Blog and Newsroom:
As summer winds down, many parents are now facing the reality of what their summer child care costs actually totaled. When registering little Timmy for day camp back in the spring, the $250 early-bird fee seemed so insignificant. In addition to the weekly cost of camp, there were a variety of...Read more
How to be a savvy taxpayer while enjoying the longer days of summer? Check your tax withholding now to avoid a potentially larger tax obligation later. Passing along great insight from the IRS great tax tips to help you save. Each year, many people get a larger refund than they expect....Read more
Recently, pop star Iggy Azalea discovered (the hard way) that even though you might an iconic pop star, you still have to pay your fair share of taxes on earnings. According to reports,the songstress (allegedly), who sings about living fancy in the fast lane, owed a large sum to IRS for...Read more
With school just a few weeks away, many parents are in the thick of back-to-school shopping. The thought of spending countless hours in the stores and comparing sale prices online to save on pencils, paper, book bags and school clothes can be daunting. Fortunately, the State of Ohio has renewed...Read more
Looking for a gift to give after all those June weddings? How about some solid tax advice for the newlyweds? Taxes may not be top-of-mind for most new couples, but there are some important tax issues they should be aware of, so the IRS put together the following set of tips. New names? Whether...Read more
Many not-for-profit organizations struggle to find qualified financial leaders for their boards. Often individuals possessing higher-level financial experience are asked to take on multiple roles, begging the question, “can a board member be both the treasurer and the chair of the audit...Read more