S. Andrew Smith, CPA
Andy began his career at Baker Newman Noyes in 1998, after interning with the firm in 1997. He is a principal in BNN’s tax practice and currently leads the practice’s Multi-Generational Business Group. Andy primarily serves clients in the retail, construction, real estate, and professional service industries. He has extensive experience advising his clients on succession planning, like-kind exchanges, cost segregation studies, and tax credit deals. In addition to serving his clients, Andy leads many of the firm’s college recruiting initiatives.
Andy earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration, with concentrations in accounting and finance, from the University of Maine, Orono.
- Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Member, Maine Society of Certified Public Accountants
- Member, Maine Real Estate & Development Association (MEREDA)
- Board Member, University of Maine Alumni Chapter of Southern Maine
- Advisory Trustee, Skyline Farm
- Volunteer, Cumberland/North Yarmouth Little League
Hobbies / Other
Andy enjoys golf and watching the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots. He is married with one son and one daughter.
- How Reviving Historic New England Can Save on Income Tax
- The IRS Freshens Up Some Tax Breaks for Retailers and Restaurants
- Tangible Property Regulations continue to be applicable in 2015 and beyond
- New Law Change Allows Immediate Deduction of More Fixed Asset Costs
- Like-Kind Exchanges Present a Number of Tax Deferral Options
- Historic Tax Credits
- Tangible Property Regulations
- New IRS Rules for Property Owners
- Major Changes to Fixed Asset Depreciation and Repairs Costs Coming in 2014
- This is the Time for Cost Segregation Studies
- Vacation Homes and Tax-Free Dispositions
- Update on Recent Changes in Tax Capitalization Rules
- New Tax Rules Have Dramatic Impact on Deduction vs. Capitalization Analysis