Robert S. Gilman
Robert Gilman, CPA, CGMA, is an accounting and audit partner at Anchin, Block & Anchin LLP and Co-Practice Leader of the Firm's Real Estate Industry Group. He has extensive experience serving real estate owners, developers and operators in the commercial and residential spaces and advising them on day-to-day operations, tax saving opportunities, and transactional support that includes due diligence on the acquisition and disposition of real estate. His experience also extends to tax structuring on deals, securing financing, reviewing and analyzing operating agreements and assisting with client investor relations for both domestic and international investors. Rob also advises clients with financial and estate planning, budgeting, tax planning, and cash flow strategies. Many of his clients’ projects are built from the ground up and require intensive reviews of construction and ancillary costs. He consults on compliance, accounting and tax issues that impact the real estate industry.
Rob is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA) and the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY). He is involved with a number of Real Estate industry organizations and is actively involved with and was recently honored by the Long Island Chapter of the March of Dimes.
- Accounting and Auditing
- Cost Segregation
- Real Estate
- Maximizing Your Inheritance ValueAugust 21, 2017
Robert Gilman, Co-Practice Leader of Anchin's Real Estate Group, explains how to determine the best assets to transfer, the potential tax liability and the possibilities for discounts greater than what you might have otherwise expected to pay.
- 1031 'Like-Kind' Exchanges Are Under Fire AgainJune 29, 2017
Co-Leader of Anchin's Real Estate Industry Group, Robert Gilman, provides clear context as to why 1031 exchanges are valuable to real estate investors.
- Tax Developments Could Place Chill on Real Estate Deal FlowJune 19, 2017
Robert Gilman, Co-Practice Leader of Anchin's Real Estate Group, discusses the proposed changes to how carrried interest is taxed.
- Key aspects of 421a remain foggyApril 12, 2017
Co-Leader of Anchin's Real Estate Industry Group, Robert Gilman, comments on the newly revived 421a developer tax exemption, now called “Affordable New York”
- Anchin Construction & Development ForumFebruary 9, 2017
The third annual Anchin Construction & Development Forum was held on February 9, 2017 at the TKP New York Conference Center. Hundreds of incredible, high-level professionals whose work greatly impacts the real estate, construction, architecture and engineering landscapes of the greater New York City area, came together to discuss trends, forecasts, ideas, innovations and other relevant topics.
- Five Technology Innovations SharedFebruary 9, 2017
At the 2017 Anchin Construction & Development Forum, Mark Boekenheide of Hudson Yards, Jonathan Drescher of The Durst Organization, James Hannah of Bright Power, AJ Pires of Alloy, Peter Rosenthal of Savanna and Mitchel Simpler of Jaros, Baum & Bolles discussed the exciting and often risky topic of innovation as it relates to construction, design and development in and around NYC.
- Rising transaction complexity drives need for solid operating agreementsDecember 14, 2015
As the number of partners in commercial real estate transactions rises, having properly structured operating agreements is becoming increasingly important.
- After a Sweet Sale of Your Stake in a Real Estate Project, Beware a Big Tax TrapNovember 11, 2015
Selling one's stake in a building might come with a hidden tax.
- Real Estate of Times Square 2013January 31, 2013
Photo Gallery for The Real Estate of Times Square 2013 held at The Harvard Club NYC
- Things Real Estate Families Need to ConsiderJune 6, 2017
Anchin Partner and Real Estate Group Co-Practice Leader Robert Gilman discusses important considerations for families that have real estate businesses, including strategies for the transferring of assets and planning with family dynamics in mind.
- Top 4 Misconceptions about Condo InvestmentsApril 20, 2017
Anchin Partner and real estate practice co-leader Robert Gilman discusses capital gains versus ordinary tax rates, differences between the way condos and rental properties are