Mark Kokonas, CPA, is a director in the Tax and Accounting Department at MBAF. He has been in the public accounting profession since 2008. Mark has provided extensive compliance and consulting services to various industries and specializes In closely held entities and high net worth individuals with a focused expertise in the sports and entertainment industry.
Mark’s expertise involves accounting and tax planning for closely held entities, corporations, partnerships and high net worth individuals with an emphasis on real estate, government contractors, hospitality and wholesale/distribution industries. His responsibilities involve tax engagement planning, budgeting, review and supervision of staff.
As the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season continues, and will likely intensify, the IRS has released a “hurricane warning” of another kind. In a recent “Tax Tip,” the agency warned taxpayers to be aware of opportunistic thieves an ...Explore
Nationally recognized public accounting firm MBAF has promoted four professionals to the position of Director. The announcements were made by the firm’s Chairman and CEO, Tony Argiz. Mark Kokonas, CPA, has been promoted to Director in the Tax a ...Explore
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Two recent trends are converging to increase banks’ risk management obligations. One is heightened scrutiny by banking regulators of their Bank Secrecy Act and Anti-Money Laundering (BSA/AML) compliance efforts. The other is customers’ increasing ...Explore
An unexpected outcome of the recent death of designer Karl Lagerfeld is that the topic of estate planning for pets has been highlighted. Lagerfeld’s beloved cat, Choupette, played a major role in his brand. The feline was the subject of a coffee ta ...Explore
The IRS has issued a press release reminding seniors that – in most cases – April 1, 2019 is the date that taxpayers who turned 70 1/2 during 2018, must begin making required minimum distributions (RMDs) from their individual retirement a ...Explore