Established in 1980, Berkowitz Pollack Brant (BPB) is a certified public accounting firm with more than 400 accountants, tax specialists and consultants, and is one of the top 100 firms in the United States. BPB’s mission is to deliver innovative advice and solutions that creates value for clients and contributes to achieving their goals.
Through it’s continuous investment in staff and in technology, BPB currently employs more than 400 personnel. This huge talent base allows the company to build inter-disciplinary teams comprised of CPAs, finance and valuation professionals, senior tax professionals, technical audit specialists, information technology resources, and financial and estate planning experts. The firm has demonstrated a commitment to producing quality audits of pension, health and welfare, and 401(k) plans subject to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) under the authority of the U.S. Department of Labor. Berkowitz Pollack Brant accountants is member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and a member of the AICPA’s Employee Benefit Plan Audit Quality Center.
Berkowitz Pollack Brant has cultivated a diverse client base that includes companies of all sizes. Clients range from start-ups to long-standing national and international entities, and include real estate developers and owners, not-for-profit organizations, healthcare entities, trusts and partnerships, and closely held businesses in the following industries:
- Agricultural, cannabis and farming
- Aviation and airlines
- Family and closely held businesses
- Financial service providers
- International trade
- Manufacturing and distribution
- Not-for-profit organizations
- Professional services firms
Some of the company’s areas of expertise are a good fit with the needs of GTA member companies. Specifically the services within the industry sectors of aviation and airlines, manufacturing and distribution, and international trade. In Aviation and Airlines, owners and private and industry aircraft are subject to a challenging array of tax issues. BPB clients include aviation support companies, air taxi operators, corporate flight departments and foreign owners of US registered aircraft. In Manufacturing and Distribution, BPB has developed an approach to assessing audit risk in manufacturing environments based on many years of experience in the industry that begins by developing a complete understanding of the manufacturing process, including initial raw material costs, additional cost elements added during the manufacturing processes, and manufacturing overhead cost pools. BPB can help clients engaging in International Trade to conduct their business with an understanding of tariffs, treaties, contract regulations, transportation and logistics.
A knowledgeable and resourceful expert can help your company handle the challenges of multi-state and global operations. BPB specialists know what questions to ask and can provide advice and help avoid any traps in the development of multi-state plans. BPBs’ guidance is especially helpful for companies in pre-expansion phases because a thoughtful conversation before expansion can help ensure that the eventual tax burden does not outweigh the opportunity.
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