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Gary Sigman, CPA, M.Tax, PFS, AEP®
Senior Tax Manager

While many entrepreneurs find satisfaction in owning their business and others simply love their jobs, most do not necessarily want to work for the rest of their lives.  

If you are such an entrepreneur, you are not alone. Many look forward to the idea of never having to work again, yet, the concern about whether there will be enough income to survive can’t be overlooked. This leads to the all-important question:  How much does one need to save for retirement?

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Conquering cyber insecurity

Mike Jaworske
Network Administrator

“Data breach can’t happen in our company, we are not big enough to be a target.”

Have you ever heard someone say this in your company? Whether an intern or an owner, having anybody on staff who thinks their company is exempt from a cyber-threat or a data breach is an internal red flag and great cause for concern. 

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Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017:
What it means to you and your business 
Plus- Watch your email in early January for an invitation to a round-table discussion session that will address the new tax bill and how it will affect you.


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Zinner-EBook-DEC17-Cover.pngTis the Season...

FREE Year End Tax Planning Guide 

If you are like many taxpayers, the end of the year not only brings opportunity for a fresh start and prosperity, but also a bit more time to take action to reduce your 2017 income tax obligation before you have to file your taxes in April. This Ebook gives you a closer look at some of things to consider to help lower your tax liability, maximize deductions, and save on your taxes.

Click to download your free copy.

 

Electronic Delivery of Invoices to Begin January, 2018

Zinner & Co. is ready to ring in the New Year with a commitment to sustainability, focus on our environment,
and assurance that our clients receive year-round service.

As part of this initiative, beginning in January 2018, business client invoices will be delivered via electronic mail. Read more.

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Zinner & Co. is proud to be a sponsor the 2018 Festival of Trees at the Cleveland Play House. The Festival of Trees, featuring spectacular trees masterfully decorated by local designers, captures the essence of the holidays through its creative, whimsical, majestic, and traditional displays. “We are thrilled to again be part of this wonderful holiday gift to the community and share in this timeless Cleveland tradition,” said Susan Krantz, partner. The annual event, which is free and open to the public, is located inside the lobby of the Allen Theatre and runs through December 23.  Learn more.

 

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Rainbows and…

SMILES!

December 8 marked the 15th year for the UH Rainbow Babies & Children's RainbowRadiothon 
and the Zinner team worked shifts throughout the day to help answer the call. In addition to the firm’s longtime community support of UH and Rainbow, 
Managing Partner Robin Baum serves as RainbowBabies and Children’s Foundation Board president.

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STAR 102 FM hosts Jen and Tim led the daylong event featuring heartwarming stories of families and children who have received exemplary care and often, lifesaving treatments.  Over $279,700 has been pledged to date this year. Missed the radiothon? You can still support Rainbow’s kids by texting UHRAINBOW to 51555 or going to GiveToRainbow.org!

 

Serving Up a Generous Portion of Good Will…

Partner Howard Kass along with Accounting and Tax Services Supervisors Barb Theofilos and DeAnna Alger joined fellow members of the Estate Planning Council of Cleveland to take part in the 6th Annual Volunteer Experience earlier this month. This year, EPC members donated their time at the Ronald McDonald House Cleveland to prepare and serve dinner to families staying at the House. The Zinner “chefs” served up chicken pesto pinwheels, seasoned roasted potatoes, salad, and French bread to over 75 guests staying at the House.  Learn more about volunteer opportunities and the Ronald McDonald House.

 


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