Client News: Prominent Atlanta Accounting Firm Adds New Partner

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Max Gin to become partner at AGH, after serving the global business advisory and accounting firm as its Director of Real Estate Tax. 

December 19, 2016 – Atlanta – The leaders of AGH, an Atlanta-based firm providing accounting and business advisory services to clients around the globe, are pleased to announce that Max Gin is being promoted to partner status in January, 2017.

Currently serving as director of the firm’s real estate taxation practice, Max brings extensive experience along with deep knowledge of the broad real estate industry and its many niches. His specialized understanding of the tax aspects of real estate operations and transactions allow him to provide developers, management companies, owners and investors with insightful guidance and effective tax strategies.

“Working with Max is a pleasure and a privilege,” says Kathie Gottlieb, president of AGH. “We’re excited to welcome him as a partner. Max has an exceptional understanding of real estate tax as it relates to transactions, construction, development and management. He offers amazing value to anyone with a real estate focus.”

A graduate of Georgia State University, Max is enthusiastic about the promotion. “It’s such an honor to work with this wonderful team and the great people we serve. Learning about clients’ goals and helping them achieve what they set out to do in the most profitable way is very rewarding. I am grateful for the opportunity to share insights that help clients’ businesses and look forward to continuing my work as a partner.”

About AGH

AGH is a leading accounting and business advisory firm serving clients globally. Our firm is guided by the fundamental principle that accountants and advisors are of greatest value to their clients when they combine expertise, open communication and unwavering client service. You can learn more about us at aghllc.com.

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