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Samir Masri CPA Firm P.C. Connect with Sam:

Samir N. Masri, CPA the Company’s Founding Partner serves as the Chief Executive Officer, President, and director of Samir Masri CPA Firm P.C., which was incorporated as a Professional Corporation in 2006. Mr. Masri received audit and insolvency training in the major international accounting firms and industrially in Car Rental, Pharmaceuticals, Banking, Unions and Insurance in the US, UK and overseas. He has also served as President and director of several public reporting shell companies where a reverse merger was initiated and completed. Mr. Masri is an active board member of several not-for-profit organizations.

Mr. Masri an M.A. in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics from St. Catherine’s College, Oxford, England. Mr. Masri is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and a CPA licensed in New York. His major personal interests are in the ancient history, culture, music and art of the near, middle and far east and foreign languages.

Mr. Masri’s experience in such a wide range of industries in the U.S. and overseas gives his clients the advantage of being able to recognize risks at an early stage and by prudent structure, execution and management avoid many of the risks that would dissipate accumulated wealth before losses are incurred.

Masri & Masri Tax Services, Inc. Connect with Sasha:

Sasha S. Masri, serves as the Company’s Vice President and Chief Financial Officer since October 2006. Sasha has been carrying two workloads from 2006 - 2011 when Sasha decided to cut his corporate ties in January 2012 to be 100% involved in the day to day operations of Masri & Masri Tax Services, Inc.

In 2011, Mr. Masri worked as a senior accountant at Armao, Costa & Riccardi, CPAs, P.C., a public accounting firm in Garden City, NY. From 2007 to 2010, Mr. Masri worked as an in-charge accountant at Grassi & Co., CPAs, P.C., a public accounting firm in Jericho, NY. And beginning in 2006 - 2007, Mr. Masri worked as an accountant at Castellano, Korenberg & Co., a public accounting firm. Mr. Masri is also the Chief Financial Officer and director of several public shell companies.

Mr. Masri received a B.S. in Software Engineering from the University of Advancing Technology in 2003, located in Tempe, Arizona and next went on to study and earn an additional B.S. in Public Accounting from Long Island University – C.W. Post Campus in 2006. Sasha has completed the requirements for CPA licensure as defined by the Uniform Accountancy Act (UAA). Sasha anticipates being fully licensed by the end of next year.

Mr. Masri has interests in gardening, saltwater aquariums, and a touch of local politics. He then jumped into local politics for the first time when he became aware of multiple improprieties within the village government. To make a difference, Mr. Masri ran for Trustee in the 2012 election for a seat on the Board of Trustees in the village of Saddle Rock within Great Neck, County of Nassau, Long Island. His mission - To put an end to the local corruption enabled by the Board of Trustees to facilitate the Mayor's agenda. Sasha strongly believes in transparency between the village and the government. He wants to listen to his neighbors - explore capital improvements that have been neglected for decades. Changing the formula on how the village calculates the property tax. Most importantly, Sasha wants to utilize his degree in Public Accountancy and his experience to dig into the financial numbers. He believes if he analyzes the cash in and the cash out of the village's finances and third-party contracts, it may shed light on why the real estate tax is high compared to other villages of the same size. Sasha has stated that he has learned a lot from the experience. How the local government is supposed to work (which is why he ran in the first place) rather than how it's working. In order to be on the ballot, he had to secure approximately 250 signatures from the residents by going door to door which took a few weeks because there are 750 households within the Village. "The nicest part of the experience was being able to meet my neighbors."