Tronconi Segarra & Associates

Delivering Confidence to Every Client, in Every Engagement.

Main Office - Williamsville, NY 716.633.1373
Niagara Falls Office - 716.285.5277
Clarence Office - 716.759-6879

jss.JPGWelcome to our site! Whether we are engaged to provide audit services, tax planning and compliance services or consulting services, Tronconi Segarra & Associates delivers more than a comprehensive report of our findings or a tax return. We deliver confidence.

Through the quality and thoroughness of our work, our high-level of partner/principal involvement and our commitment to building long-term relationships, our clients have the confidence they need to make key decisions about the future of their businesses. Confidence when meeting with lendors and key stakeholders. Confidence in knowing that they can rely on the findings and reports from every engagement with Tronconi Segarra & Associates. Confidence to recommend us to their peers and business associates.

We invite you to learn more about our services and why we believe Tronconi Segarra & Associates could make a positive difference for your business. Contact us today to schedule a complimentary meeting.

Jim Segarra, CPA
Managing Partner


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IRS Warns of Unprecedented Telephone Scam

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is warning taxpayers of a sophisticated nationwide phone scheme that has become "the largest scam of its kind that we have ever seen." The scheme is believed to involve people telephoning taxpayers claiming they represent the IRS and demanding immediate payments with a pre-paid debit card or wire transfer.

Reportedly thousands of victims -- taxpayers -- have already paid more than $1 million to fraudsters, according to Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) Russell George. He stated that his agency has received more than 20,000 reports of contact. Government officials also said that the perpetrators often know the last four digits of the victims' Social Security numbers and threaten arrest, deportation and removal of driver's licenses -- something the IRS is not authorized to do.

"If someone unexpectedly calls claiming to be from the IRS and uses threatening language if you don't pay immediately, that is a sign that it really isn't the IRS calling," George said in a statement. The callers have reportedly used common names and fake IRS badge numbers, in addition to manipulating their caller IDs to appear legitimate, according to officials. Some of the fraudsters also follow up with fake IRS emails and phone calls in which they pretend to represent the police or DMV officials, TIGTA said. In reality, the IRS typically contacts taxpayers first by mail or with personal visits by field agents; and the IRS does not accept credit card information by phone, according to TIGTA officials.

Important Notice

Please be advised that the Tronconi Segarra & Associates' web site has been updated with new SSL security and encryption. Clients using our File Share and Portal products can continue to use those products with confidence.

New York State Tax Reform and Relief Enacted

On March 31, 2014, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law the FY 2014-2015 budget bill. This legislation includes a substantial overhaul to the State's corporate tax structure as well as other significant changes that will impact individuals and businesses across New York State. Click here to read some of the most noteworthy provisions in the Tax Advisory we issued today.

And, read the interview given by our Principal, Tom Mazurek, CPA, in Buffalo's Business First on the new budget bill from April 2nd.

One of the Nation's Most Influential Accountants Joining
Tronconi Segarra & Associates

James_C_Metzler_CPA_CGMA_CITP_2014.jpgJames C. Metzler, CPA, CGMA, CITP, is joining Tronconi Segarra & Associates on June 1st in a role created for him to assist the Firm in achieving its strategic and growth goals. Jim, a native and resident of the Buffalo, New York area, retired from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) in February of this year where he was Vice President of Small Firm Interests and responsible for serving the education and advocacy needs of 44,000 CPA firms throughout the country. For the past 18 years, Jim was named as one of the "Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting," a national list compiled annually by the editors of Accounting Today. For the past nine years, the individuals named to the Top 100 list, when asked to compile their own "most influential" lists, selected Jim as one of only ten luminaries within the profession to receive this distinction.

Prior to joining the AICPA, Jim had a successful 32-year career in public accounting as a firm partner, an entrepreneur, and author. 

Additional information can be found in the Firm's official press release and at Buffalo's Business First.

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News By & About Tronconi Segarra & Associates

IRS Warns of Unprecedented Phone Scam

Largest scam of its kind that the IRS has ever seen.

New York Tax Reform and Relief Enacted

On March 31, 2014, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law the FY 2014-2015 budget bill, featuring significant changes to the State's corporate tax structure. Read more.

David Werth to Present to TEI Group

Tronconi Segarra & Associates' partner David E. Werth, JD, CPA, will present a multi-state sales tax update to members of Tax Executives International.

Mark Ferm Appointed to NYS Board for Public Accountancy

Becomes one of 19 members of the statewide Board.

National News

April 16th
The RNC has filed a lawsuit against the IRS for withholding records sought by a 2013 Freedom of Information Act request.
April 16th
Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld yesterday made public a letter he said he sends every year to the IRS, along with his tax return.
April 15th
U.S. taxpayers would need to pay an average of $1,259 more a year to make up the federal and state taxes lost to corporations and individuals sheltering money in overseas tax havens, according to a report.
April 14th
A pair of senators have called on the Social Security Administration to end the policy of seizing taxpayers’ refunds to hold them accountable for decades-old errors made by the agency that led to the overpayment of benefits, and the agency has agreed…
April 14th
The House Ways and Means Committee held a hearing last week to discuss the perennial issue of the tax extenders, the temporary tax provisions that expire year after year and are usually renewed.
April 14th
As the political fight over raising taxes for high-income Americans fades away, so are predictions for negative economic fallout.

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716.633.1373 / Fax 716.633.1099

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