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Steven Kahn, CPA, is an audit partner at Anchin, Block & Anchin LLP and a key member of the Firm’s Real Estate Industry Group and Architecture & Engineering Industry Group. Steven has more than 20 years of dedicated and diverse experience in all areas of the real estate industry, providing assurance and advisory services to a wide range of privately and publicly-held companies, including investment funds, debt funds, pension fund advisors, real estate investment trusts, opportunity funds, partnerships, limited liability companies, and affordable housing 80/20 projects.

Steven has also managed and/or participated in the valuation and securitization of commercial real estate and mortgage loan portfolios as well as other due diligence engagements. He has also been involved in audits that reported under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

In addition to his real estate architecture and engineering expertise, Steven is Co-Practice Leader of the Firm’s Transaction Advisory & Public Company Services Group that provides sophisticated advisory and regulatory compliance services for companies considering a major transaction or contemplating going public. He is also a member of the Firm’s Compensation & Benefits Services Group, having extensive experience with pension plan audits on behalf of employers and plan sponsors.

Steven has created training curriculums and taught courses relating to auditing methodology, real estate auditing, and technical accounting policies. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants’ (NYSSCPA) Real Estate Committee and International Accounting and Auditing Committee, and Yeshiva University’s Alumni Professional Real Estate Committee.

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  • What Does a Landlord Need to Know About the New Accounting Rules For Leases? January 15, 2019

    Accounting for leases has always been a complex area and has undergone significant changes with the release of the Financial Accounting Standard Board’s (FASB) new leasing standard back in April 2016, which will now require most operating leases of lessees to be placed on the balance sheet as a liability.

  • What a Landlord Needs to Know About the New Accounting Rules for LeasesJanuary 7, 2019

    Accounting for leases has always been a complex area and has undergone significant changes with the release of the Financial Accounting Standard Board’s (FASB) new leasing standard back in April 2016, which will now require most operating leases of lessees to be placed on the balance sheet as a liability.

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