Brian Kelleher Joins EisnerAmper as Tax Partner
November 15, 2016
Recognized Leader in Tax Planning for Fund-Backed Privately Owned Businesses
EisnerAmper announced that Brian Kelleher was admitted to the firm as a Tax Partner, and will work from the firm’s Iselin, New Jersey office.
Brian has more than 25 years of experience in providing comprehensive tax planning and consulting for privately held companies and individuals. Brian advises clients on matters of tax planning and compliance, federal and state tax controversy, entity structuring and transaction advisory for middle market businesses; as well as managing personal income and estate tax planning for business owners and senior executives.
In making the announcement, Christopher Loiacono, EisnerAmper Managing Partner of Services, said, “We welcome Brian to the firm where his extraordinary expertise in partnership, corporate, and individual taxation matters will add even greater depth to our growing tax practice.” Brian’s extensive partnership experience includes providing advice on complex tax issues involving income and loss allocations, partner transactions, capital accounts and tax basis computations.
Brian also consults with clients on the application of ASC 740, accounting methods and multi-state tax matters, and advises on income and estate tax minimization strategies, including gifting and succession plans for high net worth business owners and executives. He has significant experience working with U.S.- based, inbound and multi-national businesses in various industries including manufacturing, distribution, real estate, and broker-dealers, among others.
Commenting on his new role, Brian said, “I am delighted with this opportunity to become part of the outstanding team at EisnerAmper, and to bring my knowledge of privately held companies to help provide added value for our clients. I am dedicated to working closely with the owners and senior executives of these companies to help them achieve their goals.”
Prior to joining the firm, Brian was a Partner at a Big 4 accounting firm. He earned his BS in Accounting from the University of Maryland and his MS in Taxation from Pace University.