Baker Newman Noyes Adds Tax Talent with Hire of Matthew Landon
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. – Baker Newman Noyes (BNN), a nationally-recognized top 100 accounting and advisory firm, announced Matthew Landon, CPA, EA, MSAT has joined its tax practice as a senior manager in the firm’s Portsmouth office.
Well-known in the Boston business community, Landon joins BNN from a financial advisory firm in Greater Boston. With more than 20 years of experience in tax and accounting, he specializes in strategic tax consultation, planning and advisory services for closely held businesses and their owners, with a primary focus on real estate companies and private equity syndicators.
“Matt is an exceptional tax professional,” said Michael Stillings, principal and director of tax services at BNN. “His experience in strategic business tax planning further enhances the depth and quality of service our clients have come to expect from BNN.”
Landon’s background complements the firm’s robust suite of tax services, particularly for clients requiring sophisticated partnership tax planning and reporting. In this role, he will advise clients throughout New England on matters relating to operating agreements, entity selection, tax structuring, equity compensation arrangements, and business succession planning. Landon also coordinates BNN’s COVID-19 task force where he helps organize and plan the firm’s internal and external initiatives related to C-19.
“Matt’s experience and unique approach to tax strategy for business formation and planning makes him an excellent resource and advisor,” said Bob Croak, tax principal and principal-in-charge of BNN’s Massachusetts offices. “With an ever-shifting tax landscape, and particularly with the changes we are seeing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we strive to provide cross-functional tax and accounting advice to help our clients achieve their goals. Matt is a team player with the ability to nimbly serve clients across BNN’s tax, assurance and business advisory practices.”
Landon holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting, with a concentration in philosophy, from Central Connecticut State University as well as master’s degrees in accounting and taxation from the University of Hartford.
BNN’s tax team believes in a proactive and collaborative approach to solving tax issues, focusing not only on compliance, but on all planning aspects of a client’s business and tax position. The firm has a dedicated online COVID-19 Resource Center to keep clients and friends informed in this rapidly changing environment. The resource center is updated frequently and provides ideas from advisors across BNN’s service and industry groups regarding tax, healthcare, assurance, and business and technology advisory.