Michael H. Ehrenpreis, CPA, CFF, is a principal in the Tax and Accounting Department at MBAF. He has been in the public accounting profession since 1977.
Michael’s clients include closely held businesses, high net worth individuals, and foreign entities with U.S. subsidiaries. His clientele encompasses real estate, distribution, healthcare, manufacturing, professional services, publishing, and technology sectors. He provides significant tax reduction strategies to clients who are U.S. exporters through the use of Interest Charge Domestic International Sales Corporation/IC-DISC structure.
In addition, Michael has experience in all aspects of tax planning for high net worth and high earning individuals, their families, and businesses, including tax minimization strategies, wealth transfer techniques, retirement planning, private foundations, and charitable giving. He also provides litigation consulting in a variety of financial investigations.
Well-known for his community and industry leadership, Michael currently serves on the Board of Independent Living Association (ILA). He also serves as the CPA for his temple. Michael was a Committee member of the Capital Campaign for The Summit School. He has also served as a Treasurer for Ramapo for Children.
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants
- Chabad of Port Washington – CPA, 2012-Present
- Independent Living Association – Board Member, 2017
- Ramapo for Children – Board Member, Treasurer, 2004-2009
- The Summit School – Member Capital Campaign Committee, 2008-2009
- Lehigh University – Bachelor of Science in Accounting, Cum Laude
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