Dominic Rovano, CPA, CGMAPartner
Dominic Rovano works primarily with privately held businesses across multiple industries, helping them to satisfy their financial reporting requirements successfully by providing audit and other attestation services. In addition, he helps clients navigate through everyday business issues by projecting the financial and tax impacts of important business decisions, performing reviews of internal control procedures, analyzing tax credit studies, offering support throughout an Internal Revenue Service audit and providing general advice whenever needed. Client satisfaction is key to Dominic, and his clients always receive the personal attention that they deserve. Colleagues, too, benefit from his willingness to share time and ideas, and he is particularly committed to mentoring junior staff.
Dominic is a member of the American Society of CPAs and the New York State Society of CPAs, serving as the Chair of the NYSSCPA Employee Benefits Committee. He launched his public accounting career as a staff auditor at a CPA firm in the Metro Detroit area and then joined Buchbinder Tunick & Company LLP in Manhattan, becoming a partner there.
He earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Penn State University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a major in Accounting from Central Michigan University.
Active in the community, Dominic serves in an advisory role to the Audit Committee of Solutions Journalism Network, a non-profit organization working to legitimize and spread the practice of reporting on responses to social problems. He lives in Westchester County where he enjoys spending time with his wife, two young children, and two dogs. He is also a self-proclaimed food and wine enthusiast, both within his own kitchen and when exploring his favorite restaurants in New York City and beyond.