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Annette Murray is a shareholder at WilkinGuttenplan. Annette specializes in servicing closely-held and family owned businesses, co-ops and condominiums and the real estate industry in New York City and New Jersey. For closely-held businesses, Annette provides audit, review, compilation, and consulting services.

Annette’s client base in the real estate industry includes a large number of co-ops, condominiums, community associations, active adult communities, high-rise office towers, commercial properties and owners of residential rental housing. Annette is proud to assist clients located in some of the most prestigious buildings in New York City. Annette is also the partner in charge of the firm’s employee benefit plan audit practice group which provides audits of 401(k) and profit sharing plans.

Licenses & Certifications:

  • CPA License: New Jersey
  • CPA License: New York

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)
  • Member of the Shore Builders Association of Central New Jersey
  • Former President of Commercial Real Estate Women, Inc. (CREW NJ)
  • Former Treasurer of Commercial Real Estate Women, Inc. (CREW NJ)


  • Annette graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Rutgers University of New Jersey.  She continues her education through regular CPE and educational seminars.


What motivates you?

I am motivated by the opportunity to engage with clients and firm members to further client and firm goals.

What is your favorite part of the culture at WG?

The inclusiveness and the engagement of firm members of all stages of their careers on a daily basis.

What advice would you give to the next generation of CPAs and Advisors?

Be a thought leader in your area of expertise and mentor and be a role model to those around you.

Describe the attributes of your ideal client.

My ideal client is entrepreneurial, ethical, engaged, passionate, communicative and collaborative.

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