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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:
Robin Baum ready to lead Rainbow Babies and Children's Foundation “ to support, promote and enhance University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital in achievement of its mission of delivering the highest quality health care to children.” –University Hospitals Rainbow Babies &...Read more
As the exclusive licensed provider in Cuyahoga County, Zinner & Co. recently presented the Certified Nonprofit Accounting Professional (CNAP) course to area professionals working in or with the not-for-profit industry. The program was made possible by Partner Sue Krantz, who is a member of...Read more
With summer vacation season almost upon us, people’s thoughts often turn to travel, and we thought it would be a good time to review the rules for deducting the costs of a business trip where you also take a vacation ("mixing business with pleasure"). These costs may be deductible, but...Read more
Zinner & Co. has held steady to many founding principles. The integrity of the firm is supported by a long-held belief to not only to show community support through fundraising events and company sponsorships, but also from a boots-on-the-ground approach. It is no surprise that now 78...Read more
In my youth, I was fascinated by all things weird and wonderful. The natural wonders of the world, such as the Grand Canyon or Aurora Borealis, were impressive for their scale and beauty. However, the man-made wonders were impressive not only for their scale and beauty but also for the...Read more
The Department of Labor has finalized new overtime rules under the Fair Labor Standards Act, ending months of speculation about how the proposal, which was introduced last July, would affect employers. "While the previous salary threshold for exempt employees was quite low and clearly in need...Read more