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John Schmuck, CPA - Partner
John specializes in serving clients in the real estate and construction industries. As a Partner with over twenty years of experience, John provides audit, tax, cost segregation services and management advisory services to owners, operators, developers, home builders and contractors. John’s work includes the planning and supervision of various audit engagements, as well as the review of various partnership, corporate and individual tax returns and the analysis of the purchase, sale and financing of real estate transactions. In addition to the above, John has developed a good understanding of International Financing Reporting Standards (IFRS) and their effect on the financial statements of real estate owners and developers.
John also participates in several of the firm’s committees, including the Real Estate and Construction Practice Group, the Best Practice Group and the Cost Segregation Group.
In addition to John’s CPA license, John is one of less than 100 professionals in the Tri-State area to hold the Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional (CCIFP) designation, attesting to his extensive experience and expertise in the construction industry.
John is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Construction Financial Management Association and serves on the board of the Greater New York Construction User’s Council.
April 24, 2018Navigating the New Tax Law: When to Act and When to Hold Off
The new tax law overhauls the U.S.
November 15, 2017MWE Hosts “Creative Real Estate Acquisitions Strategies” Roundtable
Margolin, Winer & Evens LLP hosted a roundtable with panelists Michael Shah, Founder & CEO of Delshah Capital, Sidhartha Singh, Founder of Briar Meads Capital and Jeff Young, Managing Director of WM Capital Partners on November 2th, 2017.
July 14, 2017Survey: LIRR expansion will boost LI real estate values
A survey conducted by Margolin, Winer & Evens LLP found that Long Island real estate professionals believe the new LIRR station under Grand Central and the addition of a third track between Floral Park and Hicksville will have the biggest impact on the island’s real estate property values.
December 23, 2016Survey of NYC Real Estate Executives Shows Post-Election Optimism for Industry
GARDEN CITY, NEW YORK – Following the results of the Presidential election, real estate developers and executives are bullish on the future of New York real estate.
May 5, 2016Real estate execs want 421-a tax break to return, but disagree on how
An MWE survey of more than 100 industry executives at Crain’s New York Business’ Real Estate conference on May 2nd revealed that most want the 421-a tax credit to return – and would much prefer Hillary Clinton over NY developer Donald Trump as the next commander in chief.
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