Tronconi Segarra & Associates

8321 Main Street, Williamsville, NY 14221
Ph: 716.633.1373  /  Info@tsacpa.com


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.

Over the years, our clients have told us that our solutions have made a difference in their businesses and given them the confidence to take the next steps -- acquire a new business, expand a plant, open a new branch, prepare to sell, hire additional employees, secure external financing, develop an executive compensation program, market internationally, and more. In other words, grow, prosper and provide opportunity to numerous stakeholders...employees, vendors, customers...even the cities and towns in which they do business.

This is what makes Tronconi Segarra & Associates different. A practiced commitment to put our clients first. A dedication to maintain the highest ethical standards. A belief that the trust we have earned from our clients is more precious than gold. And a desire to constantly improve, challenge ourselves, and do better each and every day.

Thank you for visiting our web site. Please feel free to contact me if you would like to learn more about us and how we make a difference in our clients' businesses each day.

Jim Segarra, CPA
Managing Partner


 

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Honors for Tronconi Segarra & Associates Associates

Congratulations intern Alexis Weber and Manager Jeremy Blecha on their University at Buffalo Intern of the Year and Supervisor of the Year awards, presented yesterday at The Buffalo Club. (Joe Falbo accepted Jeremy's award on his behalf.)

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A Sales Tax-Free Zone in Downtown Buffalo Raises Many Issues

When Buffalo developer Rocco Termini recently suggested that a sales tax-free zone be created in downtown Buffalo, one of our sales & use tax experts, Tom Mazurek, blogged on SalesTaxSupport.com about the many issues such a concept raises. Tom recently spoke with Allissa Kline at Business First about Mr. Termini's suggestion (click here to read the Business First article), noting that while most like the idea of not having to pay sales tax, the process of taking it from concept to reality is very complicated and could have significant ramifications. 

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To read Tom's full blog about creating a sales tax-free zone in downtown Buffalo, click here or visit www.SalesTaxSupport.com. Tom is the site's New York State blogger and frequently posts about the many issues and activities concerning sales and use tax in New York State.

 



 

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Joe Falbo Testifies at NYS Tax Dept. Hearings
 

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Tronconi Segarra & Associates' partner and NYSSCPA president, Joe Falbo, testified on February 2nd at the NYS Department of Tax & Finance hearings on the need to reform the State's estate tax laws. Click here to read a synopsis of Joe's testimony from today's Bloomberg BNA Daily Tax Report.


How Non-U.S. Businesses Can Benefit By Having U.S. EIN

Click here to read Tax Manager David Lever's latest article for the Buffalo Niagara Enterprise's "Access US" digital newsletter, explaining why it may be beneficial for non-U.S. businesses to obtain a U.S. EIN (Employer Identification Number).


 

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Business News

May 5th
The PCAOB is considering changes in its inspections program as a result of improvements in audit quality and firms’ systems of quality control, PCAOB board member Jeanette Franzel said Thursday.
May 5th
Financial statement preparers should make sure their judgments on revenue recognition are well-reasoned as they implement new accounting standards, SEC Deputy Chief Accountant Wesley Bricker said Thursday.
April 29th
FASB issued a proposal that is designed to eliminate diversity in the classification and presentation of changes in restricted cash on the statement of cash flows.
April 29th
The IRS issued the inflation-adjusted figures for calendar year 2017 for the annual contribution limits for health savings accounts.
April 28th
Federal agencies will be required to present disclosures about public-private partnerships in their general-purpose financial statements under new guidance issued by the FASAB.
April 28th
See how much you know about recent news and reports with this quiz.
April 28th
Kids do about six hours of chores a week to earn their allowances, which average $67.80 a month.
April 27th
FASB voted to draft a standard that will require an expected-loss approach for reporting of credit losses on loans and other financial assets rather than an incurred-loss approach.

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8321 Main Street, Williamsville, NY 14221
716.633.1373 / Fax 716.633.1099

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