For more than 30 years, Mattison, Yoder & Company, LLC has served as a trusted business partner to clients throughout the Central Ohio area by offering complete tax and business accounting services for both individuals and small businesses. Established in 1981 by Jerry Mattison, and joined in 1997 by Duane Yoder, the firm changed its name to Mattison, Yoder & Company, LLC in 2008. We have grown over the past years to service approximately 750 individual income tax clients and 250 small business clients.
We built our firm on the principles of effective communications, timely delivery, and reasonable fees. We feel that open, honest communication is the answer to most of the problems businesses encounter, and are committed to being accessible and responsive to your questions and concerns. We truly believe that your success is our success, and look forward to working together with you to achieve your business goals and provide you with excellent tax and business advice.
To learn more about our extensive list of services, please contact us for a quote, customer testimonials, or with any questions you may have about your specific tax and business accounting needs.
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Business owners have to make tough choices when it comes to providing benefits to their employees. Many companies, especially newer or smaller ones, may understandably prioritize flexibility. No one wants to get locked into a benefits offering that’s cumbersome to administer and expensive to maintain.
Well, there’s one possibility that has the word “flexible”...
With Veterans Day on November 11, it’s an especially good time to think about the sacrifices veterans have made for us and how we can support them. One way businesses can support veterans is to hire them. The Work Opportunity tax credit (WOTC) can help businesses do just that, but it may not be available for hires made after this year.
As released by the Ways and Means Committee...
A fundamental tax planning strategy is to accelerate deductible expenses into the current year. This typically will defer (and in some cases permanently reduce) your taxes. But there are exceptions. One is if the additional deductions this year trigger the alternative minimum tax (AMT).
Complicating matters for 2017 is the fact that tax legislation might be signed into law between now...