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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:
Tax-Related Identity Theft First of a three part series With the 2015 tax reporting season largely concluded, there is no doubt the (tax-related identity theft) trend is continuing. Most states have slowed the state refund process as they work to combat identity theft, and the IRS has...Read more
Classic Hackers: What War Games Taught us About Technology in the Workplace By Mike JaworskeNetwork Administrator Much like the premise of the classic 1983 movie, War Games, and its computer whiz-kid lead character David Lightman, sometimes even the most complex passwords and security protocols...Read more
By Chris Valponi, APR During a benefit plan audit, we consistently find that through the audit process, we uncover preventable discrepancies that ultimately could result in penalties or other adverse effects on a business. Does your organization have a pension plan and are you confident...Read more
By Carl Blankschaen, CPAAudit and Assurance Senior Following the recent news of fraud at a small, local community-based nonprofit organization, some of our clients called with concerns as to how a trusted organization landed in this situation and...Read more
If you have come to the realization that you forgot to include an item of income, deduction, credit, etc. from the tax return that you have already filed, you may still have time to make a correction by amending your tax return. Generally speaking, you have three years to correct (or...Read more
Monday, April 18, was the tax deadline for most people in 2016. If you didn’t file a tax return or an extension to file but should have, take action now. If you missed the tax filing deadline: File and pay soon. If you owe taxes, you should file and pay as soon as you can, which will stop the...Read more