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Scott Saulino, CPA - Partner

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Scott Saulino has a diverse skillset and business practice. He has conducted a variety of audit, tax, and special advisory engagements and is valued by his clients for his efficient, high quality work combined with a high degree of service, satisfaction and trust.

Scott predominately concentrates his professional efforts in the real estate industry where his clients include several large real estate developers, operators, and owners of commercial office buildings, industrial properties and residential rental properties. He is involved in all facets of his clients’ businesses, including acquisitions (due diligence), financing of development projects, debt restructurings, and modification and analysis of property sale transactions. Scott is actively involved with the firm’s Real Estate Practice Group and enjoys networking with other professionals and owners in the Real Estate industry.

Scott graduated from SUNY Albany with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and enjoys writing on a variety of accounting and audit topics.


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