Moshe Landy, CPAPartner
685 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10017
Moshe Landy, CPA, is a Partner in the Tax Department at Marks Paneth LLP. Mr. Landy provides tax and consulting services to businesses, as well as to their owners, and families.
Providing services ranging from tax compliance and cash flow/tax planning to long-term business acquisition and disposition planning, Mr. Landy has served as a trusted advisor to his clients across a variety of industries for more than 15 years. He brings a client-focused, results-oriented approach to client engagements and advises large and small, publicly-traded and closely-held companies on US and international tax matters, whether compliance or structuring.
Specializing in corporate and partnership taxation, Mr. Landy assists his clients with issues such as double taxation, earnings and profits, investments in domestic and foreign subsidiaries, foreign tax credits and “pass-through” taxation. Working with US and multinational clients, he also helps them optimize their global after-tax earnings through cross-border tax planning, business structuring and tax-efficient solutions. With a specialty in corporate earnings and profits, Mr. Landy assists clients preparing for REIT elections, converting corporations from ‘C’ to ‘S’, filing annual dividend tax forms, determining the amount of CFCs' earnings to include in US shareholders' taxable income, and claiming US tax credits for income taxes paid by foreign subsidiaries.
Mr. Landy’s experience includes working with attorneys and investment bankers reviewing tax calculations prior to initial public offerings (IPOs) on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). He has recently advised on various tax issues arising in the sale of a business for $300+ million, and on the sale of a US-flagged vessel for $150+ million. With a niche in domestic and international operations of ships and aircraft, Mr. Landy helps his clients navigate the many US tax requirements and obstacles of doing business or listing in the US.
Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
Bachelor of Science
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Connecticut Maritime Association
Foreign Corporations and Nonresident Aliens
Domestic and International Operation of Ships and Aircraft
Corporate Earnings and Profits