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Giving Back 2018

Each year, Frankel Zacharia works to ensure that as a company, they are giving back to the community in a variety of ways, especially so around the holiday season. This year, Frankel Zacharia brought together a collection of items in need for the Siena/Francis house this holiday season. Over the

Best Accounting Firms to Work for!

Accounting Today has awarded Frankel Zacharia with the 2018 Best Accounting Firms to Work for, which is awarded to only 100 firms in the country out of hundreds of participating firms. This award is earned largely in part from the results of an employee survey which measures the e

Small Business Cybersecurity 7 of 7

THE LONG-AWAITED BLOG 7 OF 7

HAPPY NEW YEAR! (AND WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO INCREASE YOUR SECURITY LATELY?)


Cybercrime is getting worse, not better.  I would like to have better news, but I don’t.  The rise in cybercrime continues to accelerate and

Giving Back

 


Frankel Zacharia staff went above and beyond this year to bring in $7,600 for local charities in a fund raising effort this November!   This initiative was done through the efforts of many, with cash donations, a silent auction, social media, a bake sale, and then a final shoppin

Your Key Financial Numbers for the New Year

As 2017 comes to an end, there are a few things to keep in mind regarding your financial life. Each year, the government makes some adjustments to key numbers, or decides to leave some of them as is. Click through for a quick rundown of how 2016 compares with 2017.


The ins and outs of tax on “income investments”

Many investors, especially more risk-averse ones, hold much of their portfolios in “income investments” — those that pay interest or dividends, with less emphasis on growth in value. But all income investments aren’t alike when it comes to taxes. So it’s important to be aware of the dif

2 ACA taxes that may apply to your exec comp

If you’re an executive or other key employee, you might be rewarded for your contributions to your company’s success with compensation such as restricted stock, stock options or nonqualified deferred compensation (NQDC). Tax planning for these forms of “exec comp,” however, is generally m