Steven V. Melnik
Steven V. Melnik, Associate Professor of Tax Law with the Department of Accountancy at Baruch College, is also the Academic Director of Graduate and Undergraduate Tax Areas and Chairman of Continuing Education Seminars for CPAs and Attorneys.
Professor Melnik is an expert in a variety of business related areas and can comment on:
— Tax, estate, and Medicaid planning (elder law)
— Asset protection and preservation
— IRS audits
Professor Melnik’s work has been published in many academic and industry publications that include: “Real Property Taxation and Assessment Processes in the United States - A Case for a State Centralized Model,” Journal of Legislation and Public Policy, The New York University School of Law (2008-2009), co-written with David Cendella; and “Corporate Expatriations – A Tip of an Iceberg: Restoring the Competitiveness of the United States in the Global Marketplace,” Journal of Legislation and Public Policy, The New York University School of Law (January 2005; Vol.8, Number 1, 81-128).
Professor Melnik earned a BBA in Accounting from Baruch College; a JD from New York Law School; and an LLM in Taxation from the School of Law at New York University. Professor Melnik is also a CPA and makes regular appearances on national and regional television and radio programs. He has appeared on NBC, CNBC, CBS and Bloomberg programs.
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