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CohnReznick Hires New Partner


Richard Stoller has joined CohnReznick LLP’s New York office as partner.

Stoller specializes in accounting, tax and business management for the entertainment and media industries. He advises recording artists, songwriters, performers, licensing companies, entertainment production companies and agencies. He has experience with tax issues affecting international performers working in the U.S.

Stoller specializes in pre-tour tax planning and compliance, budgeting and forecasting, income tax compliance, tour accounting and reporting, and central withholding agreements.  

Prior to CohnReznick, Stoller was the lead partner representing international musical artists at an accounting firm.

Stoller earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the State University of New York at Oswego. He is a member of AICPA, as well as the New York State Society of CPAs.



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