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

Get your copy of our Year End Tax Planning Guide

November 15, 2017

Year-end 2017 presents a unique set of challenges for taxpayers. Meanwhile, the usual flood of court decisions and IRS guidance has continued, also presenting new opportunities --and pitfalls--that require year-end action. Check out our 2017 Year End Tax Planning Guide to help you navigate through these confusing changes.

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House Tax Bill Released

November 7, 2017

On November 2, 2017, the House of Representatives released a draft tax reform bill titled the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.” The bill would reduce individual and business tax rates, would modify or eliminate a variety of itemized deductions as well as repeal the estate and alternative minimum taxes, and would change the taxation of foreign income.

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Telecommuting Tax Issues

February 1, 2017

With continuing innovations in communication technology, employees and employers are increasingly recognizing the benefits of employees working remotely and telecommuting. However, the rise in popularity in telecommuting can also result in unexpected state tax issues for both the employer and the employee.

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