Mark G. Janulewicz, CPA
With over two decades of experience, Mark specializes in international cross border taxation, with an emphasis on special projects relating to the interest-charged DISCs, off-shore voluntary disclosures, transfer pricing analysis, cross-border royalty agreements, controlled foreign corporations, passive foreign investment companies and corporate benefits of ESOP ownership.
In addition, Mark is responsible for the development and implementation of tax engagement strategies for closely held businesses with a focus on the manufacturing industry as well as serving the tax and compliance needs of personal tax clients.
Mark frequently lectures to various groups including the University of Buffalo Institute of Taxation on topics including International Tax Planning; Canadian Companies Establishing Businesses in the United States; Loss Corporation Ownership Changes; Tax Planning Issues; and Employee vs. Independent Contractor.
Mark graduated from the State University of New York at Buffalo where he obtained a Bachelors of Science degree in accounting. He is an assistant coach with the Orchard Park Little Loop Football Program and regular contributor to the many fundraisers hosted, as well as former treasurer for Aspire of Western New York. Mark is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, International Tax Roundtable and World Trade Center Buffalo/Niagara.
Thursday, March 15, 2018
Will you have Qualified Business Income (QBI) in 2018? Changes due to the TCJA of 2017 are in-store for businesses. View the flowchart to learn more.
Saturday, February 24, 2018
The Tax Cuts and Job Act (TCJA) commonly referred to as tax reform has changed the deductibility of certain meals and entertainment expenses. Documentation is especially important in 2018.
Dale B. Demyanick, Mark J. Janulewicz, Brian Kern, Miche Needham, David Schlein, Courtland Van Deusen
Thursday, February 15, 2018
The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 retroactively extends for one year (to 2017) a set of tax provisions known as “extenders” and contains other tax-related provisions.