Joni joined Mannia and Company, LLC in 2011 as an administrative assistant. She provides support and assistance to fellow associates, processing tax returns, document preparation, accounts receivable and the company newsletter. She joined our previous sister company, Cutting Edge Technologies, in November of 2004 as an administrative assistant and was with them for a little over six years. Prior to joining our firm, Joni previously worked 30+ years at GTE/Verizon in various positions.
Joni earned her BS Degree in Business Administration - Management from Indiana Institute of Technology in 1997.
Joni and her husband Dave live in Fort Wayne and have a son & daughter-in-law, David and Laura. She enjoys spending time with her family (especially with her two grandchildren) and going to her great-nieces and nephews various sporting events. Joni and Dave have a ’67 GTO and enjoy taking a cruise around town.
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In a news release, IRS has encouraged taxpayers who have typically itemized their deductions to use the withholding calculator on IRS's website to perform a "payroll checkup", noting that changes made by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA; P.L. 115-97, 12/22/2017) may warrant an adjustment.
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Home sale gain exclusion
The U.S. House of...