Cohen Greve & Company CPA, P.C.
Knowledge · Experience · Insight
For over 40 years, Cohen Greve & Company has provided expert accounting and financial services that gives clients the knowledge necessary to make informed decisions and proactively protect their assets. We are one of the top CPA and forensic accounting firms in the tri-state New York metro region, including Nassau and Suffolk counties in Long Island. We work with businesses and individuals in public accounting, business valuation, taxation, auditing, forensic accounting & litigation support, tax & financial planning as well as business advisory services.
With two locations – Mineola, NY and midtown Manhattan – Cohen Greve & Company has provided accounting and financial services to family-owned and privately held businesses in all sectors. We bring decades of experience to numerous industries that need help from reliable NY CPA firms. Additionally, some of our other accounting and financial services include tax compliance & tax consulting, strategic business consulting, mergers & acquisitions, partnership establishment as well as dissolutions. We can also serve as matrimonial attorneys to successfully represent clients in all issues regarding martial disputes.
With our well-established expertise in forensic accounting, serving the business and civil litigation communities, our forensics practice encompasses litigation support, white-collar crime investigations, shareholder disputes, fraud investigation and deterrence. On top of that, we work with attorneys and risk managers, identifying systemic weaknesses and developing preventative controls.
For more information about our CPA firm or questions about business valuation, forensic accounting and other services, please contact our New York and Long Island CPA firms by calling (516)877-1900.
Cohen Greve & Company’s team of tax accountants in New York has the resources, experience, and in-depth knowledge to offer your company the highest quality service available anywhere.
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- Audit and Accounting
- Reviews and Compilations
- Tax Preparation and Planning
- Business Consulting
- Retirement Planning
- Family Office Services
- Trusts and Estates
- Business Valuation and Forensic Accounting
- Matrimonial and Litigation Support
- Bankruptcy Filings