Roy S. Beckerman, CPA, is a principal in the Tax and Accounting Department at MBAF. Roy has been in the accounting profession since 1981.
Roy specializes in tax issues related to the structuring of entities and the acquisition or sale of businesses. He focuses in the real estate industry, including the commercial, construction, hotel, industrial, residential and retail sectors. Roy also works with closely held businesses and high net worth individuals. He has developed tax minimization strategies for individual, partnership and corporate clients, as well as estates and trusts.
Roy coordinates audit and tax compliance engagements for real estate clients and provides comprehensive tax planning and compliance services, including advising on tax minimization strategies related to ownership structure, potential acquisitions or divestitures, gift and estate planning, and family business succession plans.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants – Tax Division, Real Estate and Partnerships Committees
NYSSCPA Technical Hotline Q&A: Common Tax Questions Answered Column – The Trusted Professional, April 1, 2006
When Selling Property, Know Your Options Column – New York Post Online Edition, December 2005
Brooklyn College – Bachelor of Science in Accounting
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