Nathan has 20 years of public accounting experience, including 15 years with Big-4/national firms, with a deep focus on accounting method changes. His has worked with both small privately held businesses and publicly traded, Fortune 500 companies. He has significant experience in retail, manufacturing, real estate and hospitality industries, among others.
Nathan’s primary areas of focus include capitalization, depreciation, small taxpayer accounting methods under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and revenue recognition. He routinely implements engagements for overall changes in accounting method, revenue recognition and advance payments, capitalization and depreciation issues.
Nathan has spoken at AICPA conferences, state CPA societies and other continuing education events. He regularly writes and speaks on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. He has published Tax Alerts and articles for AICPA’s The Tax Adviser, CCH’s Corporate Business Taxation Monthly, CFO.com, AccountingWEB and has been cited by CFO.com and CCH.