New York Audit, Tax and Consulting
A Part of New York Since 1922
Our presence in New York dates back to 1922 with the formation of A.M. Pullen & Co., the predecessor to the company currently known as RSM. In 2000, the New York City office merged with Edward Isaacs & Co., and in 2005, RSM acquired the Tax and Business Services division of American Express.
The New York practice is part of the Tri-State Operating Unit, which services clients in Connecticut, New York and Northern New Jersey. Clients throughout New York State and Northern New Jersey are served primarily from our New York City offices.
The 600+ employees of the Tri-State Operating Unit of RSM assist more than 1,000 businesses and more than 5,000 individuals in the area.
Our Charitable Efforts
Many of our personnel spend their spare time, energy and talent volunteering for walkathons, fundraisers, homeless shelters, Boy Scouts and various local charities.
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NEW YORK INSIGHTS
Businesses expanding or increasing activity in their current state or in new states should consider the benefits of state tax credits.
New York tax tribunal determines that a taxpayer with extensive Florida connections did not change domicile for 2007 tax year.
Join us at the Nasdaq MarketSite to network with colleagues and hear discussion about the latest issues affecting business development companies.
New York advises seller that the sale of a tablet-based product that remotely accesses software is taxable as a sale of canned software.
New York provides procedures for identifying stock as investment capital for the purposes of the state’s exemption for investment income.
New York office locations
1185 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10036
Don Lipari, Office Managing Partner