Scott is a tax partner and leader in the firm’s Theatre, Entertainment and the Arts Group. Scott has more than 12 years of diversified public accounting experience with a focus on partnership and individual taxation. He has served the tax needs of closely-held businesses and their owners including all aspects of tax compliance and representation, researching advanced tax issues and providing business structuring advice. As a member of the firm’s Theatre, Entertainment and the Arts Group, Scott advises Broadway, Off-Broadway, and touring productions on a variety of domestic and international tax issues. He works with theatrical productions to design tax-efficient ownership structures, analyzes and provides guidance on partnership agreements, and provides consulting to theatrical producers and general managers on a multitude of tax issues affecting the industry.
Scott is currently pursuing a Master of Studies in Law in Taxation degree from New York University School of Law. He enjoys teaching tax law and is a frequent speaker on various tax topics. He resides in Ocean County, NJ.
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