Baker Tilly Expands State and Local Tax Practice in New York

Richard Goldstein brings more than 25 years of state and local tax experience to the firm’s New York office.

NEW YORK (June 12, 2018) – Leading accounting and advisory firm Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP (Baker Tilly) is growing its state and local tax practice in New York with the addition of Richard Goldstein as a director. Goldstein will advise Baker Tilly clients on a variety of state and local tax matters including but not limited to business income and excise taxes, sales and use tax, personal income tax, employment taxes, as well as represent clients in tax disputes specifically in New York State and New York City.

“Richard has an outstanding history of securing successful resolutions to a litany of tax matters for a varied client base,” Christine M. Fenske, managing partner of the New York metro region, said. “Our clients will benefit greatly from Richard’s deep knowledge and broad skill set, and we are fortunate he has chosen to join our team.”

Formerly, Goldstein was a founding partner at tax focused law firm Goldstein Jones LLP where he managed the state and local tax practice. Prior to that, he held positions with KPMG and Ernst & Young. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association where he is a member of the Tax Committee on Individuals, the Committee on New York State Taxes and the Committee on New York City Taxes.

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