Citrin Cooperman, a leading accounting, tax, and advisory services firm, announced today that Andy Tarquinio has joined its New York City office as a federal tax partner. Tarquinio has more than 25 years of public accounting experience providing tax consulting services to domestic and international privately-owned businesses and their owners, as well as publicly-held and investor-owned businesses with multi-state and multi-national operations.
“We are excited to welcome Andy to the firm,” said Joel Cooperman, chief executive officer of Citrin Cooperman. “He has an incredible reputation in the industry and we’re looking forward to having him join the team as we continue to increase our depth and sophistication in complex transactional tax advisement.”
Prior to joining Citrin Cooperman, Tarquinio was a senior tax partner and tax practice leader with a Top 5 public accounting firm. Tarquinio provides tax expertise to clients in various industries, including manufacturing, distribution, retail, technology, service, and solar, with a special focus on real estate. He advises his clients on how to structure business transactions efficiently by minimizing tax liability through analysis of potential transactions from a business, legal, accounting, and tax perspective, providing his clients with a comprehensive view from which to make good business decisions.
“I’m very excited to continue my career at Citrin Cooperman,” Tarquinio said. “Besides having developed a strong team of talented professionals and a deep bench of resources, I’m energized by the spirit of the team and the firm’s culture. I’ve watched as they’ve grown significantly over the past few years and it was an easy choice to decide to join the momentum.”
Tarquinio has diverse tax and business skill sets which include C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, individuals, estates, and trusts. His extensive experience includes domestic and international strategic tax planning, tax compliance, and tax provision services. His private client practice includes assistance with structuring and negotiating complex business transactions and integrates estate, gift, and business succession planning, balancing the needs of multiple generations as well as the interests of managerial and non-managerial partners and shareholders.
“With much speculation surrounding the federal tax proposals from President Trump, we are focused on making sure our clients are prepared for anything and not caught off guard by any proposed legislation,” said Joe Bublé, firm tax practice leader at Citrin Cooperman. “Andy will be a great addition to our Federal Tax Policy Team and I look forward to working with him.”