Gary M. DuBoff CPA, CFP®, is a principal in the Tax and Accounting Department at MBAF. Gary has been in the public accounting profession since 1979.
Gary specializes in family office services for high-net-worth individuals, families, corporate executives and closely-held business owners. He has extensive experience advising clients with personal and business tax issues, investment and financial planning, family wealth transfer, estate and retirement planning, and charitable giving. He has developed strong client relationships and serves as a trusted advisor counseling them through diverse business matters and linking them with other resources to address specific business needs.
Gary has more than 30 years of experience and has authored numerous articles on topics related to estate tax, wealth planning and income tax. He has also shared his expertise as a quoted source in print and online outlets including The Fiscal Times, Business Insider, Crain’s New York Business and U.S. News & World Report. Gary has appeared on camera with both CNN and WSJ TV among numerous other speaking appearances. Gary has an extremely diverse career having been in senior level positions both in public accounting and private wealth management. He has experience in business management, sales of investments and services as well as being a trusted advisor.
Prior to joining MBAF, Gary was a Managing Director with CBIZ MHM, LLC, a Midwest Regional Trust Sales Officer for Wachovia Trust Company and a Wealth Strategies Advisor for The Bank of America Private Bank. Gary also spent 15 years as a Tax Principal at Ernst & Young.
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Financial Planning Association
- Certified Financial Planner
- New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants
- Series 7 Licensed
- Pace University – Master of Science in Taxation
- University of Bridgeport – Bachelor of Science in Accounting
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