The founder of Olde Green Consulting, Rick is a certified public accountant with over thirty years of experience. He was previously a senior manager with a regional accounting firm based in Albany, mainly serving clients in the construction industry. In addition to over twenty years in the field of public accounting, he was also the controller for a medium-sized construction company in the Capital District. His broad range of experience with private-sector businesses provides a wealth of knowledge to benefit his clients in tax, accounting and other business matters. Rick is a graduate of Siena College, and throughout his career has completed hundreds of hours of continuing education courses in taxes, business valuations, estate planning and public policy. When he’s not assisting clients, Rick can often be spotted out running on the roads of Rensselaer County.
Danica J. Clement, Accountant
Danica joined Olde Green Consulting during 2007, having previously served as the bookkeeper and office manager for two private companies in the construction industry. Her many years of experience with payroll, sales taxes and bookkeeping are a great asset to the clients of Olde Green. In addition to providing year-round bookkeeping services to several clients, Danica also prepares business and personal income tax returns, is in charge of all of the firm’s electronic filings and has earned the title of “Firm QuickBooks Expert.” She is a graduate of Hudson Valley Community College with a degree in accounting, and is member of the Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce. She regularly attends the Chamber’s meetings and networking events.
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Consequences of the Non-Probate Revolution: Tax and Administration Issues for Estates By Richard W. Mulvey, CPA, MA The term “non-probate revolution” is generally attributed to law professor John H. Langbein, who, while at the University of Chicago in 1984, published a seminal work that examined the declining importance of the probate process and with it, the future of the laws of […]Read More
Gov. Cuomo’s proposal to create tax-free business zones on New York State’s college campuses has had at least one positive influence on public policy discourse in Albany. It has brought to light the reality that our federal and New York State tax codes are composed mainly of dozens and dozens of special tax breaks granted […]Read More
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