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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 a business owner, you're entering into transactions potentially on a daily basis. Suppose you enter into a transaction with someone, hurrying to get the deal closed as you're set to rake it in. It comes around to December, and your accountant is preparing a projection of what your tax liability...Read more
The November 15th deadline for non-profit organizations is quickly approaching. This is the final due date for calendar year non-profit organizations that have taken advantage of the two extensions already available to them. This includes organizations that are required to file Form 990, Form 990EZ...Read more
Does your nonprofit organization and its donors understand the IRS requirements surrounding charitable donations? A nonprofit organization that does not understand the details of the IRS requirements, is not able to effectively communicate to donors, or provide donors with accurate and appropriate...Read more
Check out Manaing Partner Robin Baum in the OSCPAs new video. Learn how Zinner & Co. and the accounting industry is redefining successful careers and helping to grow businesses and the state economy. OSCPA Advancing the State of Business Read more
Did you know that small businesses that fail to file their annual retirement plan returns can face hefty fines of up to $15,000 per return? Our tax team has helped small businesses plan and prepare their annual plan returns. Fortunately, the Internal Revenue Service recognizes that some...Read more
Background--direct and indirect (60-day) rollovers If you're eligible to receive a taxable distribution from an employer-sponsored retirement plan (like a 401(k)) you can avoid current taxation by directly rolling the distribution over to another employer plan or IRA (with a direct rollover...Read more