Zinner & Co. LLP...
is a certified public accounting and management consulting firm in Cleveland whose primary business is providing 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.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.
- Accounting Tax Services
- Audit & Assurance Services
- Business Advisory Services
- Employee Benefit Plan Services
- Tax Services
We are conveniently located off I-271 and Chagrin Boulevard.
Find Zinner & Co. at:
3201 Enterprise Parkway, Suite 410
Beachwood, OH 44122
216.831.0733 || firstname.lastname@example.org
News from the Zinner & Co. Blog:
The Highway Act changed the filing due dates of business income tax returns beginning for tax years after 12/31/15. Along with these changes the extension periods for other types of returns have also been updated. The following chart highlights these important revisions. Type of Return Current...Read more
As we head into the last quarter of 2015, it's time to take a look at what is happening on the federal level that may impact the deductions and credits for you or your business. Below is a list of some of the most significant tax provisions affecting individuals and businesses that expired on...Read more
The Highway Act is making changes to our familiar due dates for business income tax returns. To recap current due dates, form 1120 (U.S. Corporation Income Tax Return) is initially due two and a half months after the close of the corporation’s tax year and can be extended for a six month...Read more
Estate planning impacts everyone, regardless of whether or not their estate will be taxable. Therefore, proper care should be taken in the planning process. With the estate lifetime exclusion amount currently set at $5.43 million for 2015, the majority of individuals do not need to...Read more
With each passing year, additional states are considering legalizing the sale of marijuana for medical and/or recreational purposes. Ohio is among those states considering legalization, with the issue up for vote on the upcoming November ballot. While state law is becoming more and more...Read more
With the ever-increasing baby boomer population and more adults caring for aging parents, I am frequently asked about the tax benefits and consequences surrounding caregiving. When one cares for a parent or relative, or hires someone to perform caregiving services for an aging loved one,...Read more