J. Andrew Weidman | RKL LLP

J. Andrew Weidman, CPA, MSTLinkedIn

FIRM POSITION
Andy is a Partner in RKL’s Tax Services Group as well as RKL’s Real Estate Development Group Leader. He specializes in closely-held entities, the real estate industry and tax planning for mergers, acquisitions and sales of businesses.

PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS HISTORY
Andy joined the firm in January of 1992 and brought more than 12 years of experience in accounting and tax matters, the majority of which was with a “Big Four” accounting firm.  He was named Chairman/CEO of RKL in 2005, serving as CEO until July of 2011, and Chairman until July of 2014. Andy served as the President of Sterling Financial Advisors from 2011-2o15.

EDUCATION
B.S. Accounting, Pennsylvania State University
Master’s Degree in Taxation, Colorado State University

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES & MEMBERSHIPS

  • Certified Public Accountant, Pennsylvania, Colorado
  • American Institute of Certified, Public Accountants (AICPA), Member, Elected Member of AICPA Council (2002-2010)
  • Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA), Member, Certified Public Accountant Political Action Committee (CPA-PAC), PICPA Fiscal Responsibility Task Force, PICPA Council Past President (2006-2007), PICPA Reading Chapter Past President (1999-2000)
  • Olivet Boys and Girls Club (Reading, PA) Capital Campaign Committee, Board Member for 20 years (1991-2011), and Chairman (2002-2003)
  • Berks Economic Partnership, Treasurer, Board of Directors, Executive Committee (2005-2015)
  • Capital Campaign Review Board of Berks County
  • United Way Leadership Giving, Cabinet Member (past Chairman)
  • Penn State Health- St. Joseph, Board (2009-present), Board Chairman (2015-2018)

PERSONAL
Andy and his wife, Kathy, reside in Wyomissing. Andy enjoys skiing, playing golf & tennis and traveling. He is an avid Penn State Fan.

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP
Four Factors To Consider When Determining Multi-State Tax Responsibilities

The Little-Known Deduction Your Construction or A/E Firm Can’t Afford to Miss

 

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