Stuart S. Rohatiner brings more than 25 years of experience and achievement to Gerson Preston. Mr. Rohatiner has extensive working relationships with the firm’s various international and domestic clients.
He is highly proficient in using tax research software programs to solve complex tax issues for the firm’s clients. Mr. Rohatiner advises international and domestic corporations, business owners and investors on tax-efficient structures and transactions to save or lower taxes on international joint ventures, acquisitions, sale of businesses and recapitalizations. Recently, Mr. Rohatiner has been involved in helping a significant amount of US taxpayers come into tax compliance in the US under the Internal Revenue Services’ offshore voluntary disclosure programs. He works closely with the top attorneys in town. Mr. Rohatiner has clients in Europe, Canada, the Far East, Latin America and Central America. In addition, Mr. Rohatiner manages staff accountants and assists them in career development. He has meticulous attention to detail, client service and has proven capabilities for uncovering accounting fraud; which he has done for previous clients.
Mr. Rohatiner is also an attorney and joined the firm in 1998 after graduating with honors from the University of Miami School of Law, where he specialized in taxation. He was awarded the book award in International Finance Law. Mr. Rohatiner started his career with a top four accounting firm in NYC and worked with a powerhouse investment bank after graduating from Boston University, School of Management, with honors. Boston University is considered one of the premier schools in the country for international studies.
He has been a valuable speaker on tax issues, he was a volunteer teacher at Miami Edison Senior High, an appointee to political office in North Bay Village and a board member of The Locust Project, Miami, Florida, a not for profit, set up to showcase the work of young and upcoming artists. He has been quoted in national financial publications and all over the US by the Associated Press.
Mr. Rohatiner and his wife, Judith, have two kids, Layla and Zoe, and reside in North Bay Village. He is an active member of Temple Beth Shalom on Miami Beach and a long-time Miami Heat season ticket holder.