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Joseph A. Pizzimenti, Esq. - Director
Joe is a Tax Director specializing in State and Local Tax Services. He joined MWE in February 2012. Prior to joining the firm, Joe was the Multistate Tax Coordinator for Deloitte Growth Enterprise Services (“DGES”). His practice at Deloitte focused on providing Multistate Tax Consulting and Planning services to Deloitte’s DGES clients in the New York Tri-State area. Joe’s tax career includes significant experience with respect to rendering complex Federal tax consulting services to Multinational and Fortune 1000 corporations.
For approximately fifteen years at Deloitte, Joe’s primary focus was providing multistate income and sales tax consulting and compliance services to hi-tech, consumer product, multinational manufacturing and tax exempt clients. His practice focused on rendering tax consulting services that address complex state corporate income tax matters, including nexus, appropriate filing methodology, state taxable income determination and revenue sourcing issues. Joe has extensive experience in providing multistate tax advisory services with respect to mergers and acquisitions, FAS 109 and FIN 48/ASC 740. His area of expertise includes substantial income/franchise and sales/use tax controversy representation for corporate clients. Joe has extensive sub-specialty knowledge with respect to sales and use tax issues affecting the e-commerce and consumer product industries.
Prior to joining Deloitte, Joe was a Senior Manager in an International Tax Group at a Big 4 Accounting Firm. In his role as primary tax advisor to high profile Asian and European Multinational clients, Joe provided complex Federal and International tax services including drafting the Firm’s initial Advanced Pricing Agreement with the Internal Revenue Service, federal controversy assistance and tax compliance services. As a result of this experience, Joe developed a comprehensive understanding of Subchapter C, inbound and outbound tax issues.
Joe is admitted to the Bar in the State of New York. He is a member of the New York State Bar and American Bar Associations.
Joe holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Pace University. He has a Juris Doctorate from Fordham University.
Joe is also Editor of MWE's State and Local Tax blog: SALT Strategies.
- No Time for Wayfair Complacency
- Some SALTy Thoughts As We Get Ready For Thanksgiving Day Celebration With Family and Friends
- House Seeks To Help “Blue” Taxpayers with SALT issues in Blue States
- New York Taxpayer Post Labor Day Weekend Blues– New Announcements Could Necessitate Amending Previously Filed 2018 Returns
- New York Employers: Is the Employer Compensation Expense Tax A Trick or Treat?
- November 8, 2019Recording: Fall 2019 State & Local Tax Update Webinar
MWE SALT Director Joseph Pizzimenti, Esq., talks about what’s hot in State and Local Taxes, Wayfair, and what to expect next.Find the webinar recording here.
- October 4, 2019Webinar: Fall 2019 State and Local Tax Update
Be better prepared for the upcoming state and local trick or treat season by joining MWE’s director of SALT, Joseph Pizzimenti, Esq., on Wednesday, 10/30 for a complimentary webinar.Joe will be giving updates on the Wayfair decision, what’s hot in SALT, and what to expect next.
- October 1, 2019New York, high-tax states dealt SALT cap blow in court, but fight likely not over
Yesterday, a Manhattan judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by four states including New York and New Jersey, saying that they failed to demonstrate that Congress exceeded its taxing authority when implementing the $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions.After the news broke, Fox Business sat down with MWE SALT director Joseph Pizzimenti,…
- July 22, 2019Recording: 2019 State & Local Tax Mid-Year Update Webinar
Listen in as MWE SALT Director Joseph Pizzimenti, Esq., offers updates on what’s hot in State and Local Taxes, Wayfair, and what to expect next.
- July 1, 2019New York, New Jersey could lose residents to this lower-tax neighbor
According to experts, when Americans in high-tax states saw the impact of the $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions on their returns this filing season, more and more began exploring the idea of moving to lower-tax states.Fox Business sat down with MWE SALT Director Joseph Pizzimenti, Esq., to talk about the…