Macpage LLC provides tax compliance and consulting services to more than 2,000 individuals and over 1,000 businesses, trusts and estates, nonprofit organizations and governmental entities.

Our tax accountants and attorneys average 12 years of professional experience, and provide a hands-on, integrated approach to business owners that considers the impact of transactions on personal tax liability to support the best tax and financial decisions.

Individual, trust and estate clients benefit from our relationship-centered approach. We earn your trust by listening to what matters to you, and proactively working together to respond to ever-changing income and estate rules, and resolve issues. Our intent always is to help you identify and accomplish your income, gift and estate planning objectives.


  • Business succession and estate planning
  • Cost segregation to accelerate depreciation deductions
  • Income tax projections
  • Formation and choice of entity
  • Purchase or sale of a business
  • Quickbooks training
  • Representation during IRS and state income tax examinations
  • Retirement plan and employee benefit plan consulting
  • State and local tax consulting
    • Property and sales tax compliance
  • Strategies for managing passive losses
  • Structuring like-kind exchanges
  • Tax planning and preparation for:
    • Corporations
    • Fiduciaries
    • Individuals
    • Partnerships
    • Trusts and Estates
  •  Valuations of closely-held businesses

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Tax News Articles

Video Blog: Why isn't the R&D tax credit more widely used?

January 17, 2018

In part 1 of the R&D Tax credit series we explored the IRS's definition of Research and Development and discovered it is a very expansive definition that many businesses can qualify for. In Part 2, Ben Dailey, Principal of Macpage's Tax Department, explains what the obstacles are that keep this credit from being more widely used. Discover why it might still make sense for your business to take the plunge. *This video was recorded prior to the December House and Senate conference agreement. 'Tax Acts and Job Cuts' may affect this provision, please contact Ben Dailey for more information at:

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Video Blog: What Should a Partnership or LLC Agreement Look Like?

December 13, 2017

Jim Cardosi, a senior associate in our tax group, gives a brief overview of important topics to consider including when developing a Partnership or LLC Agreement in this month's video blog.

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New Tax Reform: What You Need to Know Now

December 27, 2017

Prepaying Local Taxes in 2017 and Positioning Yourself for 2018

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