Richard L. Goldstein

CPA, MBA

Email: rgoldstein@buchbinder.com
Phone: 212-896-1901
Office: Little Falls NJ
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Richard Goldstein is a Partner in Buchbinder’s New Jersey office. He has more than 40 years of experience providing business and tax issues impacting small and middle market privately held and family-owned businesses. He also provides tax planning for high net worth individuals and provides international tax consultancy. Richard also has built a national reputation providing business consulting to public relations and media firms.

Richard is well known for his monthly financial management column in O’Dwyer’s PR Report. In addition, he teaches taxation at New Jersey City University and has been a professor at the Long Island University Graduate School of Business for more than 10 years, where he has taught accounting and taxation. He is among one of the highest ranking professors at the school for specifically bringing a practitioner’s view of the real world to his students.

For Richard Goldstein, one answer doesn’t fit all when it comes to building client relationships – it’s more a matter of illustrating you know their business and that you are listening. Relationship, caring and chemistry are the three elements Richard believes forges successful connections year after year.

Richard Goldstein CPA

Education

Baruch College, BBA in Accounting and MBA in Taxation

Services & Industries

Affiliations

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, International Tax Committee Member
  • Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants

 

Licensed In

  • New York
  • Florida

Richard L. Goldstein

Richard Goldstein CPA

CPA, MBA

Email: rgoldstein@buchbinder.com
Phone: 212-896-1901
Office: Little Falls NJ
  Download VCard

Richard Goldstein is a Partner in Buchbinder’s New Jersey office. He has more than 40 years of experience providing business and tax issues impacting small and middle market privately held and family-owned businesses. He also provides tax planning for high net worth individuals and provides international tax consultancy. Richard also has built a national reputation providing business consulting to public relations and media firms.

Richard is well known for his monthly financial management column in O’Dwyer’s PR Report. In addition, he teaches taxation at New Jersey City University and has been a professor at the Long Island University Graduate School of Business for more than 10 years, where he has taught accounting and taxation. He is among one of the highest ranking professors at the school for specifically bringing a practitioner’s view of the real world to his students.

For Richard Goldstein, one answer doesn’t fit all when it comes to building client relationships – it’s more a matter of illustrating you know their business and that you are listening. Relationship, caring and chemistry are the three elements Richard believes forges successful connections year after year.

Education

Baruch College, BBA in Accounting and MBA in Taxation

Services & Industries

Affiliations

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, International Tax Committee Member
  • Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants

 

Licensed In

  • New York
  • Florida

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