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C Corporations


Committee Members

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Christopher G. Cheeseman
Giambalvo Stalzer & Company CPAs P.C.Nassau
Mourad Agamy
Mazars USA, LLPStaten Island
Mathieu Aimlon
Aimlon CPA P.C.Manhattan/Bronx
Jeffrey F. Allen EisnerAmper LLP Manhattan/Bronx
Yelena A. Belaks CohnReznick LLPManhattan/Bronx
Amy Bloom
UHY LLPManhattan/Bronx
Elisha M. Brestovansky PKF O'Connor Davies, LLPMid-Hudson
Thomas J. Coyle Tom Coyle CPASuffolk
Donald R. Crotty Mazars USA, LLPSuffolk
Stewart A. Ephraim Canon U.S.A. Inc. Nassau
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About the C Corporations Committee

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Committee Action Plan

Who We Are

The C Corp Committee serves as a resource to NYSSCPA members regarding C Corporation tax issues, including the following.

Basic C Corporation taxation (formation, operation, distributions)
Cross border transactions as they relate to C Corporations
Consolidated Returns

What We Do

The Committee provides the following technical, educational, media and networking activities.

Technical Resource

The Committee serves as body that stands ready to address technical questions from NYSSCPA members.
The Committee monitors existing and proposed legislative and regulatory changes relating to C Corporation matters and shares its information with Committee members and the greater NYSSCPA membership as appropriate.
Provides a forum for commenting on pending tax laws and regulations.


Conducts seminars.

The Committee conducts CPE seminars at various Committee meetings during the year.
The Committee makes presentations at FAE conferences.

Provides its members the opportunity to teach/lecture in a formal setting (i.e. CPE sessions) as well as an informal setting (i.e. Committee meetings).
Provides an opportunity for its members to give and receive advice in a collegial environment inside and outside of Committee meetings.


The Committee provides articles on timely C Corp topics through various NYSSCPA outlets such as "The Trusted Professional," "The Tax Stringer" and "The CPA Journal."
Provides its members the opportunity to contribute to publications such as the ones referenced above.

Networking - The Committee provides opportunities to network with other professionals via committee meetings as well as at educational conferences, and media activities. 

Who Should Join

All categories of NYSSCPA members who have either expertise in or who have a desire to increase their knowledge of C Corporation taxation.