Arthur RADIN


A partner in public accounting firms for more than 50 years, Arthur Radin is widely regarded as an accounting jack-of-all-trades. In addition to being responsible for audits, reviews and compilations of financial statements for public and private companies, he has extensive experience in tax planning, compliance and federal and state tax examinations. He has also successfully defended cases before the Appeals Office of the Internal Revenue Service.


Art has consulted on numerous mergers and acquisitions ranging in size from under $1,000,000 to over $1,000,000,000, advising those involved on subjects including tax and accounting planning, negotiations and due diligence. He has also been called upon to testify as a forensic accounting expert at trials in federal courts.


He has served on the SEC Regulations Committee of the American Institute of CPAs as well as on a number of committees of the New York State Society of CPAs. He is a member of the Editorial Board of The CPA Journal, published by the NYSSCPA, and his work has frequently appeared in the publication.


Art originally trained as an SEC auditor. He started his career at Touche Ross & Co., which eventually merged into Deloitte. After leaving Touche Ross for a small CPA firm, he became more of a tax, general consulting and mergers and acquisition practitioner before the firm split into Radin, Glass & Co., LLP in 1998. He and his colleagues from Radin Glass joined Janover LLC in January of 2015.


Art earned a Master in Business Administration degree from New York University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Columbia College.

Main expertise

Auditing - Limited company

Secondary expertise

Auditing - Public sector

Specialised expertise

  • Special - Forensic

Languages spoken

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CPA - New York State


Degrees from Columbia University and New York University

Professional Activity

Professional articles (see our website) and member of various accounting society committees

Community Activity

Treasure of the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation