Janover is proud to announce that the firm’s Managing Partner, Mark Goodman, CPA, has been included on Long Island Business News’ Power 25 Accounting List for 2022. This annual award recognizes the top accounting leaders within the Long Island area who have positively influenced the success of local businesses and have a track record of contributing to the community.
LIBN’s Power Lists, which began in 2021, compile the most influential industry leaders in the Long Island area. The Power 25 Accounting List includes accountants from firms of various sizes and specializations. Throughout their careers, the professionals included on the Power 25 list have helped support the economic achievements of the Long Island business community by guiding and advising clients throughout the evolution of their business.
Serving as Janover’s Managing Partner for the past 11 years, Mark has ensured the continued success of the firm, which continually ranks among the top 125 accounting firms. Under Mark’s guidance, Janover has been recognized as one of America’s best tax and accounting firms by Forbes, among the Best Places to Work by Long Island Business News and Crain’s and a Regional Leader for the Mid-Atlantic and Best Firm for Technology by Accounting Today.
Mark specializes in tax planning and consulting for high-net-worth individuals and their businesses and has guided many clients through the merger and acquisition process. Mark is actively involved in the community, serving on the Advisory Board of the Cohen Children’s Medical Center and as a former president and current trustee of the Children’s Medical Fund of New York. He is a member of the New York City Big Apple Gold Chapter of the Young President’s Organization.
“I am honored to be recognized as a top accounting leader by Long Island Business News,” said Mark Goodman. “I would like to thank our exceptional staff, clients and the entire Long Island business community whose visionary business practices and commitment to entrepreneurship have created a dynamic and thriving community.”