E. Martin Davidoff became the 45th president of the American Association of Attorney-CPAs during the association's Annual Meeting in Amelia Island, Fla.
Davidoff succeeds Kenneth D. Goodman of Naples, Fla. A CPA and attorney with an office in Dayton, N.J., Davidoff is the chair of the AAA-CPA's IRS Liaison Committee.
He has been selected as one of the Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting by Accounting Today. Davidoff completed two years on the Executive Committee of the New Jersey Society of CPAs, having served as the organization's secretary and as vice president for taxation and legislation.
He has also served as president of the Middlesex/Somerset chapter of the NJSCPA and chairman of the NJSCPA Federal Taxation and Membership Committees. He is a frequent lecturer and co-authored the New Jersey S-corporation bill. Davidoff regularly testifies before federal and tax agencies and legislatures regarding the impact of legislation and tax agency policies on small businesses and tax practitioners.
At the meeting, the AAA-CPA also installed Patti M. Richards as president-elect, John Akard Jr. as vice president, David B. Torchinsky as treasurer, Stuart A. Simon as secretary and Robert S. Driegert as assistant secretary/treasurer.
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