Focus on what counts
Education

Bachelor’s Degree, American University

Licenses

Certified Public Accountant in the State of New York

“My role is to help businesses and individuals understand their historical state tax liabilities, and to show them ways to minimize such liabilities on a going forward basis.”

David Seiden is the practice leader of the firm’s State and Local Tax Practice, and brings more than 25 years of expertise to all areas of state and local tax (SALT). He also brings a wealth of knowledge to his clients, with experience spanning a range of industries, including financial services, banking, hedge funds, broker dealers, franchising, manufacturing and distribution, staffing, and technology.

Experience

Dave was previously the founding partner in a NY-based SALT consulting firm, SALT Link, LLC. Prior to starting his own firm, Dave spent 17 years as a SALT partner at a Big Four accounting firm, where he held various leadership roles.

Dave has expansive expertise helping businesses navigate the complexities of multi-state income and franchise taxes, sales tax, payroll tax, and property tax. He has successfully represented taxpayers before state taxing authorities, saving clients millions of dollars in proposed assessments.

Dave has been able to obtain significant state tax incentives for his clients, working with various state and local tax and governmental agencies.

In addition, Dave has extensive experience working with individuals on issues relating to residency. Whether helping clients plan for a change in residency or representing them in an audit, he understands what it takes to successfully withstand a state’s audit challenge.

Education & Licenses
Education

Bachelor’s Degree, American University

Licenses

Certified Public Accountant in the State of New York

Affiliations

Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)

Member, New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA)

“My role is to help businesses and individuals understand their historical state tax liabilities, and to show them ways to minimize such liabilities on a going forward basis.”