Adam Spiegel, CPA, is a principal in the Tax and Accounting Department at MBAF.
Since 1993, Adam has been involved in all aspects of accounting services and accounting systems for closely-held businesses and individuals ranging in size from start-ups to $1 billion. He focuses on providing a diverse blend of financial analysis and tax planning services.
Adam’s expertise focuses on accounting and tax planning for professional service providers such as physicians, attorneys, architects, engineers and advertising and public relations professionals. His practice also focuses on accounting and tax planning for franchises, hotels and in the real estate area for developers, hotel operators and commercial and residential rental property owners. This includes cost segregation studies. Adam also focuses on providing financial and tax planning advice to high net worth individuals by helping them minimize taxes and build their net worth to transfer from one generation to another.
Adam began his career at MBAF in 1993 and has contributed to the growth of the firm through his dedication to exceptional value-added service.
Adam has extensive knowledge of accounting systems and helps his clients implement efficiencies using automation techniques.
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers
- Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce – Leadership Miami Graduate
- United Way of Miami-Dade – Young Leaders Society
- Cancer Support Community Greater Miami – Board of Directors Chairman, 2010-Present
- Excellence in Accounting in Real Estate – 2007, 2006, South Florida Business Journal
- Florida International University – Pursuing Master of Accounting Information Systems
- University of Hartford – Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
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