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Solutions Beyond the Obvious.

jss.JPGSolutions Beyond the Obvious. More than a theme line, it's the philosophy that Tronconi Segarra & Associates' partners adopted many years ago to convey how they, and all Firm associates, serve and work with our clients...providing more in-depth information, taking a closer look at our clients' business activities, inquiring about more than just accounting, auditing and tax matters, ensuring that our most senior level professionals are intimately involved in every client engagement, and tapping into the unique, collective expertise and experience of all of our associates to develop innovative ways to assist our clients in achieving their objectives.

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New Issue of Small Business Newsletter

Two key articles in the latest issue of our Small Business newsletter include a side-by-side comparison of the differences between the House and Senate tax reform bills, and helpful information for taxpayers impacted by a natural disaster. Read the newsletter, as well as our annual Payroll/Form 1099 Update, here.

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Alyce Notaro to Speak at January AFWA Meeting

Alyce Notaro, Senior Tax Manager at Tronconi Segarra & Associates, will be the guest speaker at the January 9, 2018 Annual Tax Update meeting of the Accounting & Financial Women's Alliance (AFWA) to be held at Brennan's at Main & Transit in Williamsville. Click the button below for details and registration. (You will be redirected to the AFWA's website.)

AFWA Annual Tax Update Details and Registration
Affordable Care Act Reporting Requirements Still in Effect for Certain Employers

Despite efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the law is still intact, as are the ACA reporting requirements for certain employers. Enactment of the ACA created reporting requirements under Internal Revenue Service (IRS) code Sections 6055 and 6056. Under these new reporting rules, applicable large employers (ALEs) – those with 50 or more full-time employees – are required to provide information to the IRS and to their full-time employees on health plan coverage the employer did or did not offer to employees.

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More States Join Online Seller Voluntary Disclosure Program

Many more states and the District of Columbia are jumping on the online marketplace seller voluntary disclosure initiative, offered for a very limited time. Read more to learn whether the states in which you have or may have nexus are participating, and the eligibility criteria.

Please contact Tom Mazurek, CPA, Principal here at Tronconi Segarra & Associates, if you have any questions or would like assistance determining whether your business is eligible to take advantage of this voluntary disclosure program.

Tom Mazurek - 716.633.1373, 

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Be prepared!
Thomas E. Mazurek, Jr., CPA

Did you know the NYS sales & use tax regulations on drop-shipments and resale certificates can be complicated and have a big impact on your bottom line, especially if you are selected for a sales & use tax audit? Read Tom Mazurek's latest blog at for a great overview of these regulations. Like a good scout, it's important to be prepared! 

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When the Sales Tax Auditor Comes Knocking, Will You Be Ready?
Andrew J. Toth, CPA, Partner

When the sales & use tax auditor comes knocking, will he or she find your resale and exempt certificates in order? Or will it become an issue during your audit? Read on for some timely tips from Andy Toth, a partner in our State & Local Tax Department.

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