Biography

Len Nitti, a Principal at WilkinGuttenplan P.C., joined the firm in 1999. Len has a broad range of clientele including closely-held businesses, high net worth individuals, professional athletes, and real estate entities, including affordable housing, green energy incentives, and urban real estate.

Len’s knowledge in Federal and State taxation extends far beyond the compliance aspect and encompasses planning, research and problem solving. His major areas of concentration in taxation include real estate, partnership, and state and local tax.

Len is a frequent speaker on these topics to CPAs, attorneys, and other professionals through both in-house sessions and seminars sponsored by other organizations. Most recently, Len taught a 7 week class on Real Estate Accounting and Taxation at Monmouth University.

His expertise also includes structuring complex transactions, coordinating voluntary disclosure agreements, exit strategies for real estate owners and identifying tax savings opportunities and other financial incentives for his clients.

Licenses & Certifications:

  • CPA License: New Jersey

Professional and Civic Achievements:

  • Member of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJCPA)
  • Member of the NJCPA’s State Tax Resource Group
  • Member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
  • Member of Monmouth-Ocean Development Council (MODC)
  • Committee Chair for Monmouth-Ocean Development Council’s Business Growth and Development Committee
  • Member of Middlesex County Vocational and Technical School’s Advisory Committee

Education:

  • Len graduated with a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science in Taxation from Rutgers University.  He continues his education through regular CPE and educational seminars.

Q&A

What motivates you?

Finding creative ways to solve problems and achieve the best results for the firm and our clients.

What is your favorite part of the culture at WG?

I love that we’ve created a culture where everyone is supportive and willing to help each other out to ensure our clients receive the best service possible.

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

I would work at a golf club.

What’s your next big adventure?

Chasing my son around as he learns how to walk.

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