Sandra Sarria, CPA, is a director in the Tax and Accounting Department at MBAF.
Sandra has been in the public accounting profession since 2000 providing tax planning, compliance and consulting services to domestic and international high net worth individuals, C and S corporations and partnerships. Her experience spans various industries including service corporations, healthcare, high net worth individuals, professional services firms, real estate (investments, developers and contractors), shipping, telecommunications and wholesale/distribution.
Sandra specializes in various aspects of tax services including managing the preparation of federal and state returns, inbound and outbound taxation for domestic and international clients, tax research and technical issues and preparing budgets for tax engagements. At MBAF, Sandra has become a trusted tax advisor by providing exceptional client service and building long-term relationships while identifying additional client opportunities and preparing tax projections.
Sandra has trained and mentored in-house professional associates and staff accountants in tax research and technical matters. Prior to joining MBAF, Sandra worked for a South Florida CPA firm and other sole practitioners.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Florida International University – Master of Science in Taxation
Florida International University – Bachelor of Science in Accounting
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