by Peter V. Ricci
State Department Revocation or Denial of U.S. Passport for Taxpayer’s Unpaid Taxes Which Exceed $51,000
“I encourage my clients to call me and not let a matter linger.”
Exceptional client service with a high focus on client needs, preparing quality work and prompt follow-up are the ingredients that formulate a solid reputation. For Peter Ricci, a trustworthy, credible reputation is key to building strong, long lasting client relationships.
A partner in the New York Office, Peter has more than 20 years of tax and accounting experience. With an emphasis on taxation, he provides tax planning and research and compliance for high net worth individuals, charitable organizations, trusts and estates, and privately held and family-owned businesses. He advises clients on multi-national, federal, state and local tax issues, and has represented clients before federal and state tax authorities.
Broad Experience and Specialized Service
Prior to joining Buchbinder in 2006, Peter worked with CPA firms that allowed him exposure to a wide range of industries and aspects of the accounting profession. He worked with firms who specialized in audit, tax and compliance for non-profit organizations, voluntary health and welfare organizations, private foundations and municipalities.
Additionally, for many years he provided estate and fiduciary tax and accounting services to a private client, and the trusts and estates group of a large international law firm in New York. This experience has given him the opportunity to bring a legal community’s perspective to estate, gift and trust planning and compliance, as well as, cultivate a holistic private client group approach to his accounting services.
Peter maintains a regular dialogue with clients during the year and consults with their network of providers to offer a multi-dimensional financial perspective. Meeting clients’ time frames, expectations and ensuring the highest level of service is applied to each engagement is of the utmost priority.
In his spare time, Peter is a regular runner, plays drums and is an avid reader of military history.
Peter earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Mercy College. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants where he serves on the Committee on Relations with the Internal Revenue Service. He is licensed to practice in New York State, New Jersey and Connecticut.