Barry Richman, CPA, is a principal in the Tax and Accounting Department at MBAF. Barry has been in the accounting profession since 1976.
Barry has extensive experience providing accounting, assurance and tax and consulting services to closely held entities, entrepreneurs, high net worth individuals and non-profit organizations. Areas of expertise include corporate, fiduciary, estate, individual, partnership and non-profit tax and accounting matters. Barry is a consultant to the firm’s Management Advisory Services Department in forensic tax and accounting services, including embezzlement, due diligence, accounting malpractice, and economic damage cases.
Barry also assists business clients with the development and implementation of internal accounting systems and outsourced accounting services. He has recently initiated the development of a cultural and religious organization division within the firm’s non-profit niche.
Barry began his career with a “big eight” accounting firm and then moved on to smaller regional firms before practicing as a solo practitioner. Barry merged his practice with MBAF predecessor firm, ERE LLP in 2004.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants
Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Hudson Valley – Board of Directors
Westchester Jewish Council – Board of Directors
University of Massachusetts at Amherst – Bachelor of Business Administration, MagnaCum Laude
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