Raul Incera, CPA, CAA, MST, is a principal in the Tax and Accounting Department at MBAF.
Since 1992, Raul has been providing domestic and international tax services to individual and corporate clients in a variety of industries. He has extensive experience advising clients regarding taxation of financial institutions, foreign investments in the United States and U.S. investments abroad as well as on compliance and consulting for trusts and high net worth individuals.
Raul services his clients in a proactive manner and has successfully represented numerous clients in front of the Internal Revenue Service and Florida Department of Revenue.
Previously with a Big Four accounting firm, Raul has an exceptional depth of knowledge in cross-border transactions and investments, withholding, income tax treaties, foreign tax credits and tax services with an emphasis on financial institutions including international and domestic banks, broker-dealers, and investment funds. He is actively involved in the local and international business community. He serves clients from over 16 countries and represents over 12 financial institutions.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Florida International Bankers Association – Operations Steering Committee Member
Institute of International Bankers
Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce
United Way of Miami-Dade – Leadership Circle
University of Miami Citizens Board – President’s Circle
Up & Comers Award Finalist – South Florida Business Journal, 2006
Excellence in Accounting Award Finalist, Financial Institutions – South Florida Business Journal, 2005
Florida International University – Master of Science in Taxation
University of Miami – Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, Cum Laude
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