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Is This Expense Deductible In 2019?

Nonprofit Parking Tax Repealed

The SECURE Act of 2019

Zinner & Co. Sponsors Cleveland Play House’s 20th Annual Festival of Trees

IRS Announces New Contribution Limits for FSAs

IRS Announces Inflation-Adjusted Standard Deduction Amounts for 2020

Ask the Expert: What Does ‘Like-Kind’ Mean in a 1031 Exchange?

Governor Signs Tax Break for Teachers, Attorneys and Lobbyists into Law

Zinner & Co. Supports Michelle’s Wish Foundation for Thanksgiving 2019

Zinner & Co. Sponsors the Magic of Lights for 2019

IRS Announces New Retirement Plan Limits for 2020

5 Reasons You Should Begin Planning for Tax Season NOW

7 Best Practices for QuickBooks Use

Long Live Your Budget!

4 Things to Consider Before Gifting Your House to Your Child

11 Items to Include on Your “Love Letter” / "Letter of Instruction"

Do You Have Unclaimed Funds Just Waiting for You to Collect?

Ohio House Passes Bill Reducing Taxes for Lawyers, Lobbyists & Teachers

States Fail to Overturn SALT Deduction Caps

Ask the Expert: How much life insurance should I carry?

Ask The Expert: Someone told me I could be impacted by depreciation recapture even though I didn’t claim depreciation – is this true?

7 Pitfalls to Avoid in Succession Planning

Ohio BWC Issuing Rebate Checks

10 Things to Look for in a Not-for-Profit Audit Firm

6 Tips for Hiring the Right Bookkeeper for Your Business

5 Ways to to Grow Revenue from Your Existing Clients

9 Keys to Education Planning

Zinner & Co. Sponsors Cleveland Play House’s production of “Into the Breeches!”

5 Steps to Avoid Phishing Attacks

4 Reasons You Should be Using Surveys for Your Not-for-Profit

7 Things to Consider Before Acquiring a Competitor

What We’re Reading (Part 3)

IRS Waives Estimated Tax Penalties for 400,000 Taxpayers

The 6 Business Expenses Every Small Business Should Monitor

IRS Introduces New W-4 for 2020

7 Keys to Successfully Mentoring Employees

Ohio Initiates New Registration Process for New Pass-Through Entities

6 Reasons Undergrads Should Consider a Career in Accounting

4 Reasons Your Website MUST be Mobile Friendly

9 Keys to Successful Social Media Marketing for Your Small Business

FASB Votes to Further Delay the Implementation of New Lease Standards

5 Online Marketing Tips to Help Your Small Business

IRS Sending Warning Letters to Cryptocurrency Holders

5 Tips to Help You Keep Your Best Employees

5 MUST HAVE Internal Control Concepts that Your Organization Should Implement Immediately

Ohio House and Senate Reach Resolution on BID

Ask the Expert: As a sitting board member of an organization, can I be personally liable for the actions of the entity?

My child has special needs. What can I do to ensure that he is cared for?

IRS e-File to Be Unavailable During System Upgrades

9 Tips to Make Your Business More Salable

10 Tips to Avoid Business Owner Burnout

Changes to Ohio’s Business Income Deduction Still Undecided

Zinner & Co. Hosts “Cocktails and Handbags” Night to Support College Now Greater Cleveland

Ask the Expert: I recently moved. I set up mail forwarding with the U.S. Postal Service, is there anything else I need to do?

National Taxpayer Advocate, Nina Olson, Set to Retire

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Setting Up Your Real Estate Investment Business

Ask the Expert: Does my Company Qualify for a Tax Credit for Providing Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Leave?

Ask the Expert: I need help for my small business. Should I pay someone as an independent (1099) contractor or hire them as a part-time employee?

7 Money Tips for New Grads

5 Key Metrics You Should be Monitoring in Your Professional Services Business

5 Key Reasons Why You Should Take Vacation Time (and Your Employees Should Too)

IRS Set to Issue New Guidance on Treatment of Cryptocurrencies

5 Reasons Why We Hire Interns

IRS Issues Inflation-Adjusted Limits for HSA Deductions for 2020

10 Email Marketing Tips for your Non-Profit or Small Business

The Pros and Cons of Selling to Employee(s)

10 Tips to Improve Your Small Business or Not-for-Profit Website

Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Proposes $1.5B Rebate for Ohio Employers

The 10 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid in Estate Planning

10 Cash Flow Killers that Crush Small Companies

Quick Tips to Help You Clean up Your Email Inbox

5 Efficiency Tools You Should Evaluate

BEWARE: Scammers are Targeting Companies and Individuals with Very Sophisticated Attacks

5 Reasons Your Non-Profit Organization Should Have a Crisis Communication Plan

Lessons from this Tax Season

What We’re Reading (Part 2)

IRS Systems to Get a Makeover

6 Quick Tips to Help You Promote Your Non-Profit Organization

Coffee for a Cause

Fundraising in a “New Age” Part 2

Fundraising in a New Age (Part 1)

7 Steps to Combat Elder Fraud

Key Things You Need to Know About Directors and Officers (D&O) Insurance

IRS Changing Process for Applying for an EIN

11 Free (or Nearly Free) Software Solutions Every Non-Profit Should Know About

IRS Offers Relief for Underpayment and Under-Withholding Penalties for More Taxpayers

Zinner & Co. Goes Purple!

8 Keys to Ensure a Smooth Audit

An Unfair Tax – What Can You Do to Help?

Ask the Expert: Tax Myths BUSTED!

Ask the Expert: Should I Take the Educational Tax Breaks or My Child?

5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Do Your Own Taxes This Year

Ask the Expert: Should I Take the Educational Tax Breaks or My Child?

10 Keys for a Faster Year-End Close

8 Things You Can Do Today to Protect Your Identity

Zinner & Co. Supports The United Way of Greater Cleveland in 2019

Ask the Expert: Are 2018 Income Taxes Easier to Prepare Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act?

4 Things You Should and Should NOT Do If You’ve Received an Audit Notice from the IRS

If You Owe, You Won’t be Allowed to Go

Avoid Identity Theft to Protect Your Tax Return

Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Slashes Rates

6 Important Things to Know About Divorce and Taxes

Board Member's Fiduciary and Governance Responsibilities - Board Members' Series (Part 5)

IRS Issues Safe Harbor for First Year Depreciation of Passenger Cars

Board Member's Responsibilities with Financial Operations - Board Members' Series - (Part 4)

The IRS Plays Catch-Up

Business Operations -Board Members' Series (Part 3)

IRS Establishes Safe Harbor for Real Estate Rental Businesses

Zinner Supports Accelerate 2019

Risk Assessment and Internal Controls - Board Members' Series (Part 2)

Board Member Involvement and Oversight - Board Members' Series (Part 1)

10 Steps to Take to Get Ready for Tax Season

Ohio BWC Recommends 20% Reduction in Rates

New Partnership Rules are in Effect

6 Common Tax Mistakes You Should Avoid

Business and Motivational Podcasts You Should Check Out

The Clarion Call for Nonprofit Transparency

IRS Announces it Will Waive Tax Penalties for Under-Withholding and Underpayment for Some

How the Government Shutdown Will Affect Your Tax Return and Refund…the Saga Continues

11 Quick Tips to Improve Cash Flow

Zinner & Co. sponsor of Cleveland Play House production of “Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood”

Think Before Signing onto that Free Wi-Fi

What Will the Government Shutdown Mean to Your Tax Return?

12 Security Tips for Accounting Systems

What We're Reading: Books We've Found Value in Reading Last Year

IRS Increases Mileage Rates for 2019

6 Reasons Why Manufacturers Should Embrace ‘Lean’ Accounting

The 1 Thing You Should do RIGHT NOW to Improve Your Non-Profit’s Event Sponsorships in 2019

Updated: 7 Important Tax Benefits of Real Estate Investing

IRS Issues Guidance on Parking Expenses for Non-Profits


Important Tax Dates and Deadlines for 2019

IRS Issues Guidance on Tax Withholding

Ohio to Change Income Tax Withholding

Zinner Sponsors the Cleveland Play House’s 2018 Festival of Trees

Use of Donor Advised Funds is on the Rise!

Zinner & Co. Sponsors the Magic of Lights

Changes to the Estate and Gift Tax Exemption under TCJA

The IRS Issues New Warning about New Phishing Scam

6 Keys to Disaster Planning

Zinner & Co. Supports Michelle’s Wish Foundation for Thanksgiving 2018

Changes to 2018 Tax Code for Individuals - At a Glance

Cleveland Leadership Center’s is Now Accepting Applications from Those with Ideas Big and Small to Pitch at Accelerate

Zinner & Co. Sponsors the Epilepsy Association Gala

IRS Announces New Limits for Qualified Retirement and Pension Plans

New Study Shows Millennials / Gen Z are Still Interested in Accounting Careers

What Types of Services are Subject to Sales Tax?

7 Things to Do if Your Business Systems Get Hacked

Ask the Expert: Do I have to Report Gains Made Through Trading Cryptocurrencies?

10 Things You Should Be Doing NOW to Prepare for Tax Season

Dinner’s On You!

Zinner & Co.'s 80th Anniversary

Seven Things to Consider When Buying out a Partner

ALERT: Be Wary of States Circumventing the $10,000 SALT deduction limitation

Tax planning – Why is this year any different?

What to Keep, Toss, Shred or Scan

Use of Section 529 plans now available for elementary and high school tuition

Additional guidance issued relating to Section 199A pass-through deduction

Are my sales tax payments on major purchases still tax deductible?

Will the tariffs on Chinese imports hurt my business?

Two Zinner & Co. partners, Gabe Adler and Howard Kass, retire

Deadline nears for Workers’ Compensation true-up

Back to school sales tax holiday set for early August in Ohio

Groundbreaking Sales & Use Tax Case Decided by the Supreme Court

Kass completes term as President of the Cleveland/Akron Chapter of the Society of Financial Service Professionals

Zinner & Co. Partner wins Rainmaker Award

Rethinking retirement contributions

IRS Okays home equity deductions

Proposed legislation supports unlimited above-the-line charitable contribution deduction

Relief for taxpayers affected by reduction of maximum deductible health savings account contributions

The new tax law will change divorce tactics

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

“Kiddie Tax” impacted by Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

No tax deductions for business entertaining

Zinner & Co. title sponsor of Cleveland Play House production of “Spelling Bee”

IRS To End Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program

Fraudulent Filers Keep Tax-return Identity Theft as One of the IRS' "Dirty Dozen" Scams

Updated Withholding Calculator, Form W-4 Released; Calculator Helps Taxpayers Review Withholding Following New Tax Law

Do You Apply the Five-year Test for Your Roth IRA? Here’s why you should

Where's My Refund? Impatient or important,  when to call the IRS

IRS Requires Taxpayers to Validate ID

But, It’s My Money! What you need to know before withdrawing funds from your 401k

Scam Alert: Fraudsters Posing as Taxpayer Advocacy Panel

The Rules Have Changed for Attending the Game (and Other Entertainment Events)

Working in the Gig Economy: What you need to know about potential tax consequences

Updated 2018 Withholding Tables Now Available; Taxpayers Could See Paycheck Changes by February

Zinner & Co. Quickbooks Support Policy: What you need to know

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017: What it means to you and your business

What, Me Worry? Conquering cyber insecurity

All in (or out of) the Family:  Who will inherit the family business?

Take This Job and … Retire? 5 things you must consider before clocking out

Ohio Manufacturer? Sales tax savings that help your business grow

Electronic Delivery of Invoices to Begin January, 2018

Split Ends: Why we're reading about 'gray divorce'

Ohio to Offer Tax Amnesty Jan. 1-Feb. 15, 2018

Tis the Season of Saving: 5 things you can do now to help reduce your taxes

Millennial Matters: Why Good Debt Isn’t Bad

Trick? How to Know if the Knock on Your Door is Actually Someone from the IRS

Taxpayers Who are Victims of Domestic Abuse Should Know Their Rights

FREE Business Workshops Planned for November

Medicare Open Enrollment Begins October 15: What you need to know now

Hurricane Tax Provisions Included in Bill Passage

Today is the Day the New I-9 Form Must be Put to Use by Employers

The Equifax Data Breach - What you need to know now

Brett Neate Featured Speaker at Wire-Net Event

Equifax Announces Cybersecurity Incident Involving Consumer Information

What We're Reading... Cities continue to fight with state over tax collections

How Can I Possibly Plan at Age 30?

IRS Gives Tax Relief to Victims of Hurricane Harvey; Parts of Texas Now Eligible; Extension Filers Have Until Jan. 31 to File

Fiscal Fitness: How understanding financial statements will help you assess your company’s health

Firm Recognized with Business Longevity Award

11 Inventory Control Fast Fixes to Improve Your Bottom Line

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Ohio’s Sales Tax Holiday

Your Client Service Experience is Getting an Upgrade!

Firm Celebrates L | A | N | D  Studio’s Latest Installation

Ask the Expert: How to tell if it is really the IRS calling

Domestic Bliss: What You Need to Know Before You Convert Your Primary Residence to a Rental

7 Mid-year Tax Tips Everyone Should Consider

Show Me the Money! BWC annual True-up reports due soon

IRS Cautions Taxpayers to Watch for Summertime Scams

Do You Have an HSA? What you need to know about the 2018 limits

IRS Warns of New Phone Scam Involving Bogus Certified Letters; Reminds People to Remain Vigilant Against Scams, Schemes this Summer

Partner Howard Kass to lead Society of Finance Service Professionals

Employers: $1 billion Headed Your Way in July

IRS Alerts Taxpayers with Limited English Proficiency of Ongoing Phone Scams; Urges Caution Before Paying Unexpected Tax Bills

Help! I Can't Remember All My %&*!# Passwords

Common Cents: Can you deduct summer travel with business expenses? 

Why Your 401(K) Plan May Not Be the “End-All Be-All” For Your Retirement

Show Me the Money - How InvestOhio may reduce your taxes

When Sallie Mae is on Your Personal Payroll

Oops. What you need to know if you discover an error after you have filed your income tax return.

Pay Me Now, Pay Me Later: Should you pay quarterly estimates or utilize tax withholdings?

I Just Received a Huge Tax Refund! Why this may not be a good thing to brag about…

Ask the Expert: What you need to know about un-cleared checks

4 Ways to Spot IRS Debt Collection Scammers

IRS Offers Last-Minute Filing Tips

Need More Time to Pay Your Taxes?

Ask the Expert: Am I Being an Effective Board Member?

Private Collection of Some Overdue Federal Taxes Starts in April; Those Affected Will Hear First From IRS; IRS Will Still Handle Most Tax Debts

Is Your Employee Really an Independent Contractor? What you need to know in the eyes of the IRS

10 Things You Should Know Before April 18

IRS Warns of Email Scam Targeting Employers, Tax-Exempt Entities, Universities and Schools, Government and Private Sector Businesses

IRS Reminds Seniors to Remain on Alert to Phone Scams during Tax Season

Your Income Tax Return: Why You Have Three Extra Days to File and Pay

Get Schooled Before Filing Your FAFSA

Charitable Giving: Are You Doing Harm by Doing Good?

IRS Has Refunds Totaling $1 Billion for People Who Have Not Filed a 2013 Federal Income Tax Return

'Tis the Season for Tax Scams and Fraud

REAL ID: What it is and how it will affect you

Money: How Much is Enough?

Ohio tax changes on the horizon, sales tax to become even more significant

Yes, You Can Be Paid Too Much . . . Or Too Little: Understanding Shareholder Compensation

Patience is a Virtue: Why you need to (still!) wait to receive your tax refund

7 Things to Give Your Accountant to Help You Get Your Tax Refund Faster

Together We’re Greater! Zinner employees take part in United Way activities

These emails about QuickBooks software are actually a phishing scam!

Why Your Bag of Used Clothing Isn’t Worth $1,000: The 2016 Noncash Charitable Contribution Fair Market Value Guide

My CPA Says, “Extend.” What Does That Mean to Me?

Bad Phish: Don’t Get Caught in the Net of the Latest Scam

Tax breaks to look out for

Tax Return Planning Guide: Download Your Free Ebook

What You Must Know if You Are Planning to Hire Employees in the Coming Weeks

Why You Will Not Receive a Tax Refund Before February 15

6 Things to Keep in Mind if You Receive a Notice from the IRS

How the 65th Day of the New Year Could Help You Save on your Taxes

Education Celebration: 3 Cheers for the new FAFSA!

IRS Lowers Mileage Rates for 2017

Ten Tips for Charitable Taxpayers

5 Things Every Small Business Owner Should Do Before Dec. 31.

What to do if You Received a "Failure to File" Notice from the Ohio Department of Taxation

ODT to require driver’s license, ID number on returns to fight fraud

Good News for Many Plagued by Strict IRS Rules on Home Mortgage Interest Deduction

FREE Ebook: Guide to Year End Planning now available

Ohio Employers to see a FUTA Tax Reduction of $72 per Employee

Obama White-Collar Overtime Pay Mandate Blocked by Judge

4 Sanity-Saving Tax Tips for Small Business Owners

Tax Scams and Consumer Alerts: Heads-up as we head into the giving season

Client Alert:  Due Dates for Certain Tax Returns are Changing

You Mean I Have to Take the Money?

U.S. Indicts Dozens of IRS Phone Scammers

Timely Tips for Small to Mid-Sized Estates

Yes, a Do-Over Does Exist in Business! What you need to know about the Rescission Doctrine

Nonprofit Filing Deadline Only Days Away

Leading a Nonprofit Organization? What you might not know about charitable donations

Zinner & Co. Helps to Augment Industry Success

Relief from a Tax Penalty You May Not Have Even Known About

IRS Announces New Waiver Procedure for Taxpayers Who Inadvertently Miss the 60-day Rollover Deadline

Does the Sept. 30 IRA Beneficiary Deadline Apply to You?

IRS Warns of Fake Emails in Latest Scam

Should I Set Up a SIMPLE IRA For My Employees?

Not-for-Profit? What you need to know about the new FASB rules

Are Your Retirement Plan Assets Protected?

Using a Buy-Sell Agreement to Establish Estate Tax Value

Cybersecurity: 5 tips in 5 minutes

Going Through a Divorce?

Department of Labor's New Wage & Hour Rule Changes

Did the IRS Get Their Share of Your Fantasy Football Winnings?

5 Things You Need to Know About Naming a Beneficiary

If Your Kids Attended Summer Camp, You Could Save on Your Taxes

Check Your Tax Withholding this Summer to Prevent a Tax-Time Surprise

The Price to Pay When You're Fancy

Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday: What You Need to Know That Can Save You Dough

After the "I Do's": Tax Tips for Newlyweds

Does your Organization Have a Conflict of Interest?

Can You Borrow Money from your Retirement Account ... and Should You?

Summer Wedding? 6 Ways Getting Married Will Affect Your Taxes

Zinner & Co. Receives Business Longevity Award

Using Your 990 to Tell Your Story

Why was I notified by the IRS?

10 Tips for Filing an Amended Tax Return

Child Heading Off to College Soon? 3 Important Lessons About 529 Plan Withdrawals

8 Tax Issues to Consider When Your Spouse Dies

Can You Deduct Your PJs and Coffee? Getting Creative with Home Office Deductions

IRS Scammers Demand Tax Payments on Gift Cards

Join our Team: Tax Supervisor

Career Opportunity: Staff Accountant II

IRS Warns of New Scam Involving Bogus Student Tax

House Passes Bill to Help Victims of ID Theft Tax Fraud

IRS Grants Relief for late Real Estate Professional Election

...because the greatest asset is community!

Cleveland Area Nonprofit Professionals Earn Opportunity to Take CNAP Exam

Can You Mix Business and Pleasure When you Travel?

Philanthropic Vision: Seeing beyond the "Z"

What I’m Reading This Summer – Passive Activity Losses and the Material Participation Tests

The Department of Labor Overtime Rules - Simply Stated

What We're Reading: What’s annoying employers most about the ACA now?

Cyber Attacks and Data Breaches: Protecting your email accounts

New Survey: Half of Americans Expect Identity Theft to Cause Them a Financial Loss in the Next Year; Majority of Investment Frauds Go Unreported

What to do if You Are a Victim of Tax-Related Identity Theft

Classic Hackers: What War Games Taught us About Technology in the Workplace

The Importance of Hiring a Quality Employee Benefit Plan Auditor

Fraud: Four Common Factors Facing Nonprofit Organizations

Ten Tips for Amending Your Tax Return

6 Great Tips for Those Who Missed the Tax Deadline

Straight Talk on Tax Day: When, How, and Where to File

Last-Minute Tips for Filing Your Taxes

How can non-accountants make sense of financial statements?

Last Gas Station for 90 Miles

Can You Hear Me Now? IRS phone call just another scamming trick this tax season

Zinner & Co. Shows Their Purple to Promote Epilepsy Awareness

IRS’s Top 10 Identity Theft Prosecutions: Criminal Investigation Continues Efforts to Halt Refund Fraud

Changes to Household Employment that Will Affect Families in 2016

Fundraise Now, Report Later?

IRS Announces Change in Form 990-N Submission

Understanding Nonprofit Financial Statements

Doing it their way: Zinner & Co. leaders create a firm for all

Be Zinner!

IRS Suspends IP PIN Service for Identity Theft Victims

Knowledge Before College: Navigating the FAFSA

Top 10 Tax Tips about Debt Cancellation You Need to Know

IRS Experienced Identity Theft of IP PINs

IRS Alerts Payroll and HR Professionals to Phishing Scheme Involving W-2s

65 Days...The little-known tax provision that could help you save

Both Sides of the Coin: What you need to know if you issue or receive 1099 forms

Tax Return Fraud and Identity Theft: What you need to know right now.

Forget the Cards, Candy and Flowers - What your CPA really wants to see in February

The ACA and Employers: How Seasonal Workers Affect Your 'Applicable Large Employer' Status

The Best Love Letter You Could Ever Write

9 Exceptions to the IRA Early Withdrawal Penalty

IRS Identifies and Halts Recent Threat to its E-file PIN Application

How to Protect Yourself From the Latest Tax Scam

Quick Facts About the Tax Treatment of Contingent Attorney Fees

Zinner & Co. Phone and Fax Lines Experiencing Interruptions in Service

Congress Makes Major Changes to the Partnership Audit Rules

Can an HSA Help You Save on Your Taxes?

Affordable Care Act (ACA) Reporting Requirements: What You Need to Know Now

Converting a Sole Proprietorship to an LLC

Employee vs. Independent Contractor: Why Classification Matters

What You Need to Know About the Recent Affordable Care Act Filing Deadlines

If You've Ever Been Tardy on Your Taxes...

Not-for-Profit? Learn How the Recent Accounting Standards Could Affect Your Organization

You Won the Powerball. Now What?

Can You Boost Your Retirement Savings by Going Solo?

Data Breach: How to Protect Your Information and Identity

Zinner & Co. Promotes Seven of its Staff

Do You Qualify for the ACA Premium Tax Credit?

10 Simple Things You Can Do Right Now to Reduce Your Taxes

IRS Tax Tips for Deducting Gifts to Charity

Tax Relief to Greet Many Heading into 2016

Using Your Vehicle for Business? Mileage Rates Reduced for 2016

New Legislation Includes Tax-Free IRA Distributions

Zinner & Co. Names Brett W. Neate as Partner

We're Growing! Join our team as a Tax Supervisor

Worker Classification: Avoiding a Costly Oversight

The Potential Pitfalls of Self-Directed IRAs

Employee or Independent Contractor?: The Worker Classification Dilemma

Gabe Adler Featured in Inside Business Magazine

Pension Plan Limitations: What You Need to Know Heading into 2016

5 Things You Should Know About a Same-sex Filing Status

Credit Cards and Fraud Liability: What Business Owners Need to Know

Extension Periods for Various Tax Returns Revised

Less Money in Your Pocket? Learn How the Expired Federal Tax Provisions Could Affect You

Changes to Filing Due Dates for Business Income Tax Returns

The Power of Portability

No Business Deduction for Legal Medical Marijuana Dispensary

Caregiver Tax Benefits and Consequences: What You Need to Know As You Care for a Loved One

Own a Business? Ohio Incumbent Workforce Training Vouchers Available Sept. 28

Married. Engaged. Living Together: Tax Status Changes and When They Matter

Preventing Identity Theft Starts with Securing Your Personal Information

Updated Business Travel Expense Rates Take Effect October 1 

Zinner & Co. Named One of Accounting Today’s Best Accounting Firms to Work for

Zinner & Co. Named OSCPA Platinum Partner

Zinner & Co. Participates in United Way of Greater Cleveland Kickoff

Do Your Bank Accounts Qualify for FDIC Coverage?

Got kids? Then you need a good tax advisor

Move South to Retire? Your Old Residence Could Still Tax You!

Business Owners Beware: The many ways to terminate your S Corporation Election

Not the “Gift” Development Officers Seek: The change that will affect all non-profit reporting

Ohio's Sales Tax Holiday: How many more pencils can you really buy?

When Your Poker Face Pays Off: Tax Rules for Gamblers

Reducing Gift Tax for Private or Family Owned Businesses

Looking to Cash in on the Republican National Convention?

Donor-Advised Funds: Changing the World, One Dollar at a Time

What to Consider When You Inherit an IRA from your Spouse

New Tax Penalty on Small Business Health Insurance

In Case You Missed It: IRS Stops Automatically Issuing Closing Letter for Form 706 Filings

New Income Tax Reductions for Ohio Business Owners

The Supreme Court Ruling on ACA Subsidies: What does this mean?

Understanding the Tax Benefits of a Same-sex Marriage

Business Succession Planning & Development: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

5 Steps to Get Through the Workers Compensation Billing Changes

Employee or Independent Contractor? Uber Case Sets Precedent

Mandatory Filing Now Required for U.S. Owners of Foreign Entities

Reasonable Compensation for Shareholders of Corporations

The Importance of a Business Valuation

7 Ways to Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

Selling a Business: Personal Goodwill vs. Business Goodwill

4 Ways to Say I Love You After You Pass

Zinner & Co. Senior Tax Manager Recognized For Best Practices

Important Considerations for Non-Spouse Beneficiaries of Inherited IRAs

Zinner & Co. Attends TIAG International Conference in Scotland

Zinner & Co. Donates 1,200 Meals through Harvest for Hunger Campaign

2015 CRCC Faces of Change Luncheon

Cleveland Play House to be Honored at Tony Awards

Celebrating Purple Day for Epilepsy Awareness

Filing Taxes Doesn't Have to Be a Taxing Event

Zinner & Co. Rocks Out on Fox 8 News

Electronic Delivery of K-1s to Partners and Members

Notice to All Business Owners

Shaker LaunchHouse Institute Bootstrap Bash

Windfalls: Be Prepared

Employee Buyouts and Succession Planning

Efforts by Ohio to Prevent Tax Fraud May Cause Refund Delays

ABLE Accounts Are Now Going To Be Allowed For Disabled Individuals

Amazing Community Support for 2014 Rainbow Radiothon

Congress Finally Passes "Tax Extender" Legislation

"Frozen" Festival of Trees at Cleveland Play House

Affordable Care Act – Key Changes for 2014 & 2015 Tax Years

Tax Savings Still Available for “Heavy” Trucks and Vans

IRS Issuing Form 1099-K Notices

Reconsidering the Medical Expense Deduction

The Many Benefits of a SEP

Rollover of After-Tax Dollars from 401(k) Plans

Tax Strategies for College Students of Higher Income Taxpayers

Individual 401(k) Plan

New Ohio Small Business Investor Income Deduction

Tax Strategies for College Students of Higher Income Taxpayers

Passive Activity Rules and Their Relationship to Trusts

Financing the Sale of Your Home

Can you Deduct that Alimony?

Zinner & Co. Participating in National Estate Planning Awareness Week

Do you have a Partnership?

Avoiding IRS Tax Scams

Income Tax Treatment of Fringe Benefits Provided to Pass-Through Entity Owners

Inherited IRAs: Are These Assets Considered Retirement Funds?

Record Retention: What You Need to Know About Employment Records

IRS Initiates 5500EZ Penalty Relief Program

Special Federal Payroll Tax Rules Applicable to Family Members

Understanding the Tax Consequences of Partnership and LLC Debt

New Regulations for Longevity Income Annuities

Make the Most out of Selling your Home

A Simpler Way to Pay Your Taxes

Employee Affordable Care Act Penalty

When Does Once a Year Really Mean Once a Year?

NAIOP Hits a Hole-in-One with Charity Golf Outing

Proud Sponsor of Island Christmas in July

Zinner & Co. Sponsors Hopewell "Summer Solstice"

Taxable versus Tax-exempt Investments

Taxpayers and Identity Theft: How to Protect Yourself

Howard Kass, Brett Neate Attend TIAG International Conference in Miami

Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts: What You Need to Know

2014 Sing Out! for Cleveland Rape Crisis Center

2014 Race for the Place

Proud Sponsor of the Cleveland Play House

Worn Out From Another Brutal Winter? Treat Yourself to the Cleveland Play House 2014-2015 Season!

Zinner & Co. Celebrates Purple Day for Epilepsy Awareness

National Pancake Day

What Exactly Does Timely Filed Mean?

Net Investment Income Tax for Trusts and Estates

The Tax Implications of Divorce

Changes forthcoming to the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation

Safe Harbor for Calculating Home Office Deductions

Bad Debt Deduction for Advances to a Family Company

Avoid Losing Your Tax Exempt Status

Partial Business Use of Autos – What is Deductible?

2013 Rainbow Radiothon

Cleveland Play House Festival of Trees

Inflation Adjustments for 2014

Defense of Marriage Act Update

Howard Kass Receives Prestigious Designation

The Supreme Court’s ruling on DOMA : How Does It Impact Ohio Same-Sex Couples?

New 3.8% Medicare Tax on Net Investment Income: How Will this Affect YOU?

Zinner & Co. "Best in Class"

2013 Race for the Place

Purple Day for Epilepsy Awareness

Faces of Change Luncheon to Benefit Cleveland Rape Crisis Center

NPAC Member Fly-In

Understanding the New Medicare Taxes

Ohio Municipal Tax Reform

When Should YOU Begin Taking Social Security Benefits?

When Are Severance Payments Subject to FICA?

Rainbow Radiothon 2012

Ronald McDonald House

A Fetching Good Time

Zinner & Co. Adds Four New Firm Members

Zinner & Co. to Play FETCH! This Friday

Thanksgiving Baskets of Love

AICPA's Important Message About Hurricane Sandy

IRS Announces Increased Contribution Limits for Qualified Retirement Plans

Rainbow 'Round the Zoo

SALT Update: Kentucky Tax Amnesty

Did I Commit Perjury on My 2011 Federal Tax Return?

Goodbye IRS Letter Forwarding Program

2012 Sing Out! for Cleveland Rape Crisis Center

Family Business Conference Panelist: Jack Borkey Sr.

Zinner Volunteers for Rebuilding Together in Cleveland

Family Business Conference Panelist: Chip Marous

Zinner Continues to Promote Internal Talent

Zinner Helps Raise Money for the Gathering Place in the 2012 Race for the Place

E-mail Scam - Beware of Notices of Inheritance Via E-mail

Considering the Post-2010 Estate Tax Portability Election?

Zinner Partners on Free Program to Help Nonprofits Succeed

Something's Simmering...

Zinner & Co. Experts Attending TIAG International Accounting Group Conference

Fourth Annual National Day of Service

Zinner & Co. Continues Involvement in Youth Career Olympics

Walk for Multiple Sclerosis

2012 Perspectives: Women Who Excel Conference

“Women Who Excel” Conference Featuring Zinner Managing Partner

Prestigious Award for Zinner Managing Partner

Global Epilepsy Awareness Day!

Sales & Use Tax Reminder

Zinner Caught Gambling for a Good Cause!

New Requirement for Health Coverage

Education Incentives for Employers Gaining Ground

Zinner Helps the Plain Dealer Tax Call-In Program

Zinner & Co.'s Wellness Program

High School Student Helps Zinner Go "Green"

New Form 1099-K Debuts in 2012

Quickbooks Payroll Update

QuickBooks Service Discontinuation Policy and Upgrade Information

Jailbird Helps Muscular Dystrophy Association

Do I Have to Issue a 1099-Misc for a Trustee or Executor Fee Paid by a Trust or Estate?

Tax Court Rules Notice Not Required for Crummey Powers

New Electronic Payment Options…In the Palm of Your Hand

Digging For Gold or Precious Metals in Your IRA?

Withdrawing from a 529 savings plan doesn't always have to cost you...

Retirement Plan Contributions for the Self Employed

Protect Your Business From Employment Related Penalties

What to Do When a Client Dies

Beneficiary Check-up...It's Just what your Accountant Prescribed

High School Student Interns at Zinner

Ohio Legislation Update

New Payroll Update for QuickBooks Users

Jeans For A Cause

GOP Questions Nonprofit Tax Status

IRS Interest Rates to Remain the Same for the First Quarter of 2012

WDOK 102.1 Rainbow Radiothon

Playing FETCH!

InvestOhio Program Brings Tax Incentives to Investors in Small Business

Individuals to Benefit from Ohio General Tax Amnesty

Businesses to Benefit from Ohio General Tax Amnesty

Taking Advantage of Ohio Use Tax Amnesty

2012 Annual Exclusion Gifts

Determining Ohio Residency

KSU Alumni Networking in a Flash

NFP Awards

Porsches and Whiskies

The Celiac Tax Deduction; Some Clarity from the IRS

Final 2010 Form 706 Available!

Form 8939 Basis Allocation

Impact on 2010 Individual, Estate or Trust Returns

2nd Annual Bake Sale to Benefit the Geauga County Humane Society

Estate and nongrantor trust 2% floor costs update

AICPA tells IRS to extend the deadline for 2010 estate tax forms

2010 Form 8939 is Due Nov. 15; Reporting Option Applies to Many Large Estates

Draft Form 706 for 2010 decedents reflect law changes; Released on IRS website!

Ohio Department of Taxation Discontinues Mailing Income Tax Booklets

Jeter Baseball Fan Catches Bad Tax Advice

SALT in the wound - Current Developments in State and Local Taxation

Limiting Participant Loans to Active Employees

Schedule SSA...Gone But Not Forgotten & New and Improved Form 8955-SSA...About Time!

Employers Need To Make Sure Their Plan Documents Are Up To Date.

The Ins and Outs of Business Auto Deductions

Ohio Estate Tax Repealed!

Ohio Use Tax Amnesty

Race For The Place 2011

IRS Increases Mileage Rate to 55.5 Cents per Mile

What Documentation to Provide to Your Accountant at Year End

Staying on Top of your Retirement Plan Document Schedule

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)

The Lost or Misplaced Trust Agreement

Is Your Accountant Asking for the Right Information Regarding Your Trust?

Summer Day Camp Expenses May Qualify for a Tax Credit

Closer to Ohio Estate Tax Repeal

What the FBAR are you talking about?!?!?!


E-Verify New Employees

Levy On LLC Assets For Sole Member Taxes

The Dreaded 1099 Reporting Rules are Repealed!

Living Out My Olympic Aspirations

March Madness

IRS Releases 2010 Gift Tax Form...Finally!

Textbooks are Eligible for an IRS Tax Credit

So What's this Thing Called a Generation Skipping Tax Exemption?

Get Credit for Making Your Home Energy Efficient or Buying Energy-Efficient Products

2011 Estate and Gift Planning Ideas

Six Facts the IRS Wants You to Know about the Alternative Minimum Tax

The Celiac Tax Deduction; What's New?

IRS No Longer Accepting Federal Tax Deposits

Seven Tips About Rental Income and Expenses

Ohio's Minimum Wage and How This Change Could Affect Your Business

Zinner CPAs Help Public Answer Income Tax Questions

Zinner participates in Plain Dealer Tax Call-in!

Eight Essential Facts about Claiming the First-Time Homebuyer Credit

Zinner CPA Talks IRA Issues In TV Interview

Rainbow Radiothon

Alphabet Affair


Woofstock 2010

Zinner & Co. partner Howard Kass talks about textbook tax credits for students on TV News Channel 5.

Race for the Place; A Cause Close to My Heart

Scioto River Valley Bike Ride is a Rewarding Challenge

Zinner Working on Some "Other" Books

Sue Krantz to Help Select ATHENA Winners

Filling the gap - How to meet clients' needs even if you don't have the answers

Athena Award Finalists Truly Inspire!

APL Fundraiser

Zinner CPAs talk Business Money-Management

Zinner Tax Pros Answering the Call!

Zinner's Kass Heads Digital Publishing Nonprofit

Zinner & Co. Continues to Add Top Professional Hires

Zinner & Co. Keeps on Promoting Highly Qualified Professionals


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