29th November 2019
MSI's NYC accounting member Gettry Marcus CPA, P.C., a Top 200 CPA firm, is proud to welcome Vincent Paolucci, CPA, MST as a Partner in the firms' Tax practice group. Mr. Paolucci specializes in providing tax consulting and compliance services to middle-market and closely-held businesses and will be located at the firm's Woodbury, New York headquarters.
Mr. Paolucci brings over 35 years of experience specializing in tax consulting & planning, mergers & acquisitions, succession & compensation planning, and multi-state work. His expertise spans several industries including manufacturing, distribution and real estate.
Vince has been called upon to speak on tax matters to several professional societies, private companies, and networking groups. In addition, Vince is an adjunct professor at his alma mater LIU Post and will be involved in the firm’s internal training program.
Prior to joining Gettry Marcus, Mr. Paolucci was the Tax Partner-in-charge of the Tax Department of a large Long Island CPA Firm. A resident of Bay Shore, Mr. Paolucci received his Master of Science in Taxation from Long Island University-Post and his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from St. John’s University. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants.
“We are very happy to welcome Vince to Gettry Marcus. His dedication to building trusted client relationships aligns with our firm’s culture of Always Looking Deeper to build value for our clients and staff,” said Steven L. Marcus, Managing Partner.
Gettry Marcus CPA, P.C., is a Top 200 firm nationally with offices in New York.
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