Natalya has been working in public accounting for over twenty years. She provides forensic, valuation, litigation, and tax services across various industries. Natalya has testified on a variety of valuation and litigation matters. She is a current member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Valuation Services Committee. As an AICPA member, Natalya is helping edit the AICPA’s Business Valuations for Gift and Estate Tax Practice Aid and working on the AICPA’s scenario task force. Natalya continues her engagement as a speaker/presenter on valuation-related topics at the AICPA & CIMA Forensic & Valuation Services Annual Conference for the second year in a row. Recently, she worked with the U.S. Department of Labor to help inform AICPA constituents about ESOP valuation matters.
Natalya’s areas of expertise include personal injury & wrongful death calculations, wrongful termination calculations, ESOP litigation, class action lawsuit award allocations, shareholder disputes and minority shareholder oppression review, prejudgment interest calculations, lost profits analyses, matrimonial valuation, and litigation including child support calculations, wage underpayment calculations, embezzlement-related calculations, present value of retirement plan calculations, gift & estate tax-related valuations, shareholder buy-out planning and valuations, and review of buy-sell agreements. Natalya also works with a variety of tax clients.