“My partners and I are excited Michael has joined the firm as we expand our capacity to serve our clients in Florida, and throughout the rest of the country,” said Michael J. Novogradac, managing partner of Novogradac.
SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) November 01, 2019
Novogradac is pleased to announce that Michael Curto, CPA, has joined Novogradac as a partner in the firm’s newly opened metro Fort Lauderdale, Fla., office. Curto has more than 20 years of experience providing auditing and consulting services to a wide range of privately held, nonprofit and publicly traded companies.
“My partners and I are excited Michael has joined the firm as we expand our capacity to serve our clients in Florida, and throughout the rest of the country,” said Michael J. Novogradac, managing partner of Novogradac. “Michael’s vast experience serving clients in many industries, including real estate, manufacturing and distribution, health care, insurance, professional service and employee benefit plans, makes Michael a valuable asset to our clients and to everyone at the firm.”
Throughout his career, Curto has provided oversight and review of assurance engagements, as well as guidance on complex accounting issues. Before joining Novogradac, Curto was a partner at a national accounting firm for more than eight years, where he oversaw assurance and consulting engagements, as well as provided quality control review. He graduated from Bentley University with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and is licensed in Florida as a certified public accountant.
“Novogradac is a national firm with a diverse clientele, and I’m looking forward to the opportunity to work with my new partners and firm employees and serving Novogradac’s clients in Florida and throughout the country,” said Curto.
Novogradac recently celebrated its 30th year in business, having opened in 1989 and has grown to more than 600 employees and partners with offices in more than 25 cities. Tax, audit and consulting specialty practice areas for Novogradac include affordable housing, opportunity zones, community development, historic rehabilitation and renewable energy.