Accountant Directory

Meet the people behind our personal attention. We deliver each of our services through a team of financial professionals who adhere to the highest standards of our industry. When you become a DMJ client, everyone on our team works for you.

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Accountant Directory

Meet the people behind our personal attention. We deliver each of our services through a team of financial professionals who adhere to the highest standards of our industry. And when you become a DMJ client, everyone on our team works for you.

Certifications & Licenses

  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Memberships

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
  • North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants (NCACPA)
Education

  • North Carolina State University, B.S. in Accounting (2011)
  • North Carolina State University, M.S. in Accounting (2012)

Jeff Marko, CPA

Tax Manager | Durham, NC

P: 919.489.3393 | F: 919.493.4918
NC #37829

Jeff is a Tax Manager in DMJ’s Durham, North Carolina office with over six years of public accounting experience. Throughout his career, he has worked with large multi-state C-Corporations, closely held S-Corporations and Partnerships, Sole Proprietorships, and high net-worth individuals. In addition, Jeff provides a variety of services including international and domestic tax consulting and compliance, business entity structure and planning, individual income tax planning, ASC 740 tax provision services, FIN 48 documentation and analysis, state tax nexus studies, and IRS correspondence. Before joining DMJ, Jeff worked for a large nationally recognized accounting firm in Raleigh, North Carolina as a Tax Manager.

Jeff has been a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants since 2012. In his free time, he enjoys being outdoors and attending NC State sporting events.

Jeff’s Recent Articles


New Business Interest Deduction Limitations for Companies with Tax Years Beginning After 12/31/2017

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 revised and broadened the already in existence Internal Revenue Code “IRC” §163(j) business interest deduction limitation rules for companies with tax years beginning after December 31, 2017. The IRS released initial guidance on these new rules on April 2, 2018, with Notice 2018-28. And then on November 26, 2018, the IRS issued expansive proposed regulations (439 pages to be exact) which may be relied upon until the final regulations are published. Depending on the size and nature of your business, these regulations could have a significant impact on you and your business’s ability to deduct all interest expense incurred for 2018 and future tax years.
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Jeff Marko, CPA

Tax Manager | Durham, NC

P: 919.489.3393 | F: 919.493.4918
NC #37829

Jeff is a Tax Manager in DMJ’s Durham, North Carolina office with over six years of public accounting experience. Throughout his career, he has worked with large multi-state C-Corporations, closely held S-Corporations and Partnerships, Sole Proprietorships, and high net-worth individuals. In addition, Jeff provides a variety of services including international and domestic tax consulting and compliance, business entity structure and planning, individual income tax planning, ASC 740 tax provision services, FIN 48 documentation and analysis, state tax nexus studies, and IRS correspondence. Before joining DMJ, Jeff worked for a large nationally recognized accounting firm in Raleigh, North Carolina as a Tax Manager.

Jeff has been a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants since 2012. In his free time, he enjoys being outdoors and attending NC State sporting events.

Marko’s Recent Articles


New Business Interest Deduction Limitations for Companies with Tax Years Beginning After 12/31/2017

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 revised and broadened the already in existence Internal Revenue Code “IRC” §163(j) business interest deduction limitation rules for companies with tax years beginning after December 31, 2017. The IRS released initial guidance on these new rules on April 2, 2018, with Notice 2018-28. And then on November 26, 2018, the IRS issued expansive proposed regulations (439 pages to be exact) which may be relied upon until the final regulations are published. Depending on the size and nature of your business, these regulations could have a significant impact on you and your business’s ability to deduct all interest expense incurred for 2018 and future tax years.
Read More

Read All Authored Articles

Memberships

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Education

  • North Carolina State University, B.S. in Accounting (2011)
  • North Carolina State University, M.S. in Accounting (2012)
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