Alvin Lloyd Brown was a founding partner of MBAF in 1969. He headed up the firm’s Tax Department for nearly 30 years, until his retirement in November 1998. Alvin remains active with the firm today in his role as Of Counsel.
During his career, Alvin Lloyd was recognized by Money Magazine as “one of the best tax practitioners in the United States” and as an “Outstanding Discussion Leader” by the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Most recently he has been recognized with the prestigious Neal Menachem Award presented by the Israel Bonds Organization.
He has written and lectured extensively on technical matters including corporate liquidations, subchapter S corporations, and tax shelters, as well as on the direction of the CPA profession. He is a life member of the FICPA.
Alvin is a veteran of the Korean War (United States Coast Guard) and he is a Ham Radio Enthusiast (WB4MDZ).
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants – Tax Section; Life Member
Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants – Tax Consultation Committee; Life Member
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation – Former Chair of the Board of the South Dade Branch
The Greater Miami State of Israel Bonds Organization – Co-Chair of the Professions’ Division
Advisory Council of the Dade Foundation
Advisory Board of Baptist Hospital Foundation.
Advisory Committee of the Foundation of Jewish Philanthropies
University of Miami – Omicron Delta Kappa (National Leadership Honorary)
University of Miami – Bachelor of Business Administration
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