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Amanda Brady, a Principal at WilkinGuttenplan, has been with the firm since 1999. Amanda concentrates her practice on providing audit, review, compilation, tax compliance, tax planning, and miscellaneous consulting services to closely held and family businesses and specializes in servicing real estate.

She works with several real estate entities, including commercial rental properties, real estate investors, and developers. Her real estate expertise includes PILOT audits and cost certifications for many redevelopment entities. Amanda’s clients include developers with extensive real estate holdings, often resulting in significant planning and consulting services.

In the past, Amanda has also contributed to developing the firm’s staff. She has often participated in the firm’s intern and staff training and orientation programs.

Licenses & Certifications:

  • CPA License: New Jersey

Professional and Civic Achievements:

  • Member of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJCPA)
  • Member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)


  • Amanda graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Rider University of New Jersey. She continues her education through regular CPE and educational seminars.


What is your favorite part of the culture at WG?

My favorite part of the W&G culture is the firm’s willingness to change for the benefit of its employees. Change is difficult for many organizations, but our firm embraces it in an effort to truly be one of the best places to work.

What motivates you?

Learning new things motivates me.  Any time I encounter a transaction I have not seen before I am motivated by the opportunity to grow.  This enables me to be better at my job and be a better advisor to my clients.

If you weren’t an accountant/consultant, what would you be?

I would probably be a nutritionist.  I am always trying to find creative ways to get my family to eat vegetables.

What’s your next big adventure?

My husband’s goal is to go to all 50 states with our kids.  We are planning to go across the US in our RV, hopefully getting to Alaska in the process.  We have done a trip across the US before but as a family of 4, now we are a family of 6 so it will surely be a completely different adventure.

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