Mitchell Freedman, CPA/PFS, AIF, is the founder and president of Mitchell Freedman Accountancy Corporation, specializing in business management and financial counseling for performing and creative artists and individuals with complex and unique financial needs. He is also the founder and president of MFAC Financial Advisors, Inc., a registered investment advisory firm.
Area of Expertise: wealth management and investment advice for: retirees and those approaching retirement; widows and widowers; performing and creative artists; executives and those with complicated financial and tax issues
Books: Co-author - "Guide to Planning for Performing and Creative Artists" and "Guide to Planning for Divorce" for the AICPA Personal Financial Planning Library. Editor - "Disaster Recovery, A Guide to Financial Issues," and "Disasters and Financial Planning, a Guide for Preparedness," both distributed by the AICPA and the American Red Cross. Also editor of "A Guide to Financial Decisions: Implementing an End-of-Life Plan" for the AICPA.
Mitchell Freedman is the founder and president of both Mitchell Freedman Accountancy Corporation, specializing in business management and financial counseling for performing and creative artists and individuals with complex and unique financial needs, and MFAC Financial Advisors, Inc., a registered investment advisory firm. He is licensed as a CPA in California and New York. In addition, he earned the credentials of Personal Financial Specialist (PFS) in 1988 and Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF) in 2007.
Freedman is a sought-after speaker and has given presentations throughout the U.S. and Canada on a variety of subjects related to tax, financial, investing, entertainment industry, and eldercare subject matters. He has appeared on CNN, "Entertainment Tonight," BBC, and numerous other television and radio programs. Mr. Freedman has written articles for and been featured in various national news, accounting, financial planning, investment, business, and general interest publications.
Mr. Freedman is a founder and past chair of California Jump$tart Coalition, a not-for-profit organization with the mission to improve the financial literacy of California's youth.
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May 2010 | Journal