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Andrew Rotter, JD, CPA

Partner

Andrew Rotter is a partner in the tax department, and has a diverse background in taxation and accounting. Andrew provides his clients – high net worth individuals and businesses from a wide range of industries – with tax compliance and consulting services.
 
He works with closely held businesses and individuals and represents both before the IRS and the state of New York.
 
Andrew’s international services include tax planning and developing strategies for both inbound and outbound business transactions for the real estate industry, as well as advising resident and non-resident aliens on U.S. tax implications related to their businesses and personal incomes.  He is also experienced with Controlled Foreign Corporations, earnings stripping, tax treaties, withholding issues, and FATCA.

Andrew has more than 17 years of public accounting experience. He joined the firm in 2002, and previously held a management position in a family business, where he gained insight into the inner workings and challenges that small businesses encounter.
 
Affiliations
Andrew is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
 
Education & Licenses
Andrew graduated with a B.S. degree in accounting from the University of Albany, and received his J.D. from Hofstra University. He is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of New York.

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Feb 24, 2017

New Final, Temporary, and Proposed Partnership Regulations Impacting Allocation of Liabilities Using Bottom Guarantees and Disguised Sales more

Oct 19, 2016

Safe Harbor of Remodel & Refresh for Retail Establishments and Restaurants more

Aug 04, 2015

Partner Andrew Rotter is quoted in Accounting Today for an article on tangible property repair regulations. more

Sep 30, 2014

Partner Andrew Rotter quoted in Crain’s New York Business more


Events

Oct 21, 2015

Breakfast Networking Seminar: Foreign Investment in U.S. Real Property and Cross-Border Opportunities and Challenges more