Our MissionPotter & LaMarca LLP are accountants in Staten Island NY who are dedicated to helping our clients meet their financial goals with high standards of excellence and professionalism. We help our clients maintain financial viability in the present while taking a proactive approach to achieve future goals. This requires open communication to reach an understanding of our clients’ needs, thorough research, and sound analysis.
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I have been dealing with Jeff Potter for the past 17 years both for my business and personally. Jeff is an integral part of our business, he recommends good business practices and advises us on how to improve our bottom line. Personally he has been a good adviser to me and my family. Jeff has been taking care of my whole families tax returns and helps with our investment strategies. I always feel comfortable talking to Jeff, he makes it easy to understand our balance sheet and is always available to answers our questions.
Jeff Potter and Potter & LaMarca LLP has been servicing our professional businesses since 1996. Since then we have acquired new office facilities and more than doubled our staff. In addition to these new facilities we have expanded our professional operations to include not only Land Surveying but also Professional Engineering – all with Jeff’s guidance and expertise.
William Spiezia, L.S.
Jeff, Fred and their staff have been handling my business and personal accounting for over 20 years. My questions are always answered in a timely fashion. They are always cognizant of the ever-changing rules and regulations. They respond to requests expeditiously. I trust that with them, my business is in good hands.
Meal & Entertainment Expense Deduction Explained
- Date: October 8th, 2018
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 has made significant changes to the deductibility of business meals and entertainment starting in 2018. At a high level, entertainment expenses are nondeductible and most meals are 50 percent deductible. Previously entertainment expenses were 50 percent deductible and a broader array of meals had the potential to [