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Margolin, Winer & Evens LLP ("MWE") is one of the largest accounting and business advisory firms in the Northeast. Since 1946, MWE has been providing accounting, auditing, tax planning and advisory services. Today, the scope of our services embraces virtually every industry and market niche.

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New York State Tax Department Switches Banks – Affecting Tapayers with Debit Blocks on Their Accounts

The New York State Tax Department is switching banks – and that should make you sit up and take notice if you or your clients use debit block services to electronically pay one or more New York State taxes.

Margolin, Winer & Evens ranks #23 on Vault Accounting 50

We know our professionals enjoy working at MWE for many reasons, and our new ranking of #23 on Vault’s Accounting 50 for 2016 proves it.

Vault provides in-depth profiles and rankings for top employers in a variety of industries. The profiles combine the inside perspective of anonymous, unbiased reviews from active employees along with expert context from Vault's editors.

The rankings reflect the issues accounting professionals care most about, combining quality of life rankings (such as culture, satisfaction, work/life balance, and compensation) with overall prestige. MWE rose 8 spots from 2015 to 2016 and also ranked near the top of the charts in specialized areas such as formal training (#11), work hours (#12), satisfaction (#14), work/life balance (#15), relationship with supervisors (#15) and travel requirements (#16). Survey respondents also ranked MWE high in internal mobility, the hiring process, and informal training (# 19, 20 and 20 respectively). For more information on Vault's Accounting 50, please click here.


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March Madness Hits MWE

Public Accounting firms are currently going through their own "March Madness" as our busy season swings into high gear. So we decided it might be fun to take a break for a cupcake-eating, hoop-shooting competition among the staff. And we’ve got the video to prove it.

Taxpayer “Victory” in Direct Marketing Case – But Multistate Retailers Shouldn’t Do the Snoopy Dance of Joy Just Yet

The U.S. Supreme Court last week ruled that the Tax Injunction Act does not bar a retailer from bringing a suit in federal court. While the high court ruling was a victory for online retailers, it may be premature to start doing Snoopy’s happy dance and multistate retailers should be cautiously enthusiastic.

2014-2015 Web Tax Guide

Margolin, Winer & Evens recently launched our 2014-2015 Web Tax Guide, a planning tool to help guide you through recent tax legislation and the tax-related opportunities available for you and your business. Click here to begin planning for the future.

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