Develop and complete valuation reports which comply with accepted valuation standards
Analyze and interpret financial statements
Research valuation issues and apply to specific engagements
Conduct lost profit, damages, and/or business interruption calculations
Maintain active communication with clients and participate in new business development initiatives
Remain current with developments in BV theory and techniques
Mentor, train and supervise valuation associates and interns
BS in Accounting or Finance required
4+ years professional experience in a public accounting or consulting firm
CPA required and a valuation credential such as CVA, ABV, CBA or ASA preferred
Candidates must possess excellent engagement management skills including analytical, organizational, written and verbal communications skills
Must have an understanding of corporate and personal income tax regulation
About Edelstein & Company LLP
All CPA firms are guided by the same accounting principles, audit rules and tax regulations. Ultimately the most important difference between firms comes down to the people, their professional expertise, and the service they deliver.
At Edelstein, we’re not all bar charts and balance sheets. We’re curious, involved, and engaged. We’re devoted to an experience that revolves around our clients’ personal and business goals, not around formulas and ratios.
We are a firm with 15 partners and over 80 professionals serving hundreds of clients of varying industries in the following areas: accounting, advisory, audit & assurance, business services, business valuation, forensic accounting, global advisory, healthcare advisory, individual services, and tax services. Our growth over the past few years has been exciting but we have purposely managed that growth to ensure that the same level of client service is given now as was provided when founder Alan Edelstein was a sole practitioner over fifty years ago.
Our work doesn’t end with getting the numbers right; that’s where it begins.