Alan Gallatin has nearly 20 years of experience and leads Grant Thornton’s Tax Services practice in Detroit. Previously, Gallatin was a partner in Grant Thornton’s Metro New York Tax Services practice. Gallatin provides his clients with wide-ranging tax services focused on compliance and planning. His broad experience includes tax structures, accounting for income taxes, federal tax credits, accounting methods and periods, federal tax credits, accounting for income taxes, and internal controls related to income taxes. He serves both corporations and partnerships, including those with extensive international operations. He is a member of Grant Thornton’s national Tax Accounting and Risk Advisory Services team. He has experience providing professional services to both public and private companies in a range of industries, including consumer products, services, retail, life sciences, biopharmaceuticals, technology and financial services.
Gallatin’s public speaking includes local and national presentations on ASC 740 (FAS 109), accounting methods, corporate taxation and individual tax planning. He has been quoted and published in the Detroit Free Press, Crain’s Business Detroit, New Jersey CPA, New Jersey Business Magazine and on WWJ news radio.
- Healthcare and life sciences
- Private equity
- Retail and consumer products
- Technology, media, entertainment, and telecommunications
- Strategic federal tax
- Tax reporting & advisory
Professional qualifications and memberships
CPA — Michigan, New York, New Jersey, New Mexico
Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants
American Bar Association Tax Section
Tamarack Camps, Board Member
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit, Finance Committee
Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey, Former Executive Committee Member
Bergen County YJCC, Former Board Member
JD, Duke University School of Law
Masters of Law in Taxation, New York University School of Law
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