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Berdon Adds Brian Sackstein – Strenthens Healthcare and Not-For-Profit Practices

07.14.2017 | Berdon Press Release

NEW YORK – Brian Sackstein, CPA joined CPA and Advisory firm Berdon LLP as an Audit Principal advising healthcare and not-for-profit organizations effective June 30, 2017. Mr. Sackstein brings more than 20 years of experience as an advisor to a diverse array of organizations, among them social services organizations, adoption services, residential group care programs, services for the developmentally disabled, community/migrant health centers, residential drug treatment centers, behavioral healthcare organizations, substance abuse and prevention programs, and prepaid health service plans. Prior to joining Berdon, he was a director with a national accounting firm.

His experience includes planning, coordinating, and reviewing accounting and auditing projects; preparing and reviewing financial statements; coordinating audits in accordance with the Uniform Guidance; and presenting audited financial statements and other operational reports to management and boards of directors.

“Brian’s depth of experience in the healthcare and not-for-profit sectors and his extensive involvement in a number of related professional associations fit well with our culture and will be of great value to current and future clients,” said Berdon Managing Partner Mark Bosswick.

Mr. Sackstein’s association memberships include Action Long Island, where he serves on the Healthcare Committee as its healthcare and not-for-profit consultant; Financial Management Association; Healthcare Financial Management Association; and the Interagency Council of Developmental Disabilities Agencies, Inc.; among others. He also serves on the Not-For-Profit Committee of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants.
“I am looking forward to leveraging the deep resource of specialized expertise we have here at Berdon to provide the maximum benefit to our clients,” said Sackstein.

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