“Accountants live and die by the quality of the customer service we provide. I always strive to give the best service possible, and welcome client feedback as an opportunity to improve.”
Erick joined Goldin Peiser & Peiser in 2002 as a senior tax associate and now serves as a partner in the tax department. He focuses on tax compliance and consulting work in the healthcare and real estate industries, where he oversees the preparation of all annual federal and state compliance and regularly reviews the client’s financial statements. He also consults with clients on the health of their practice or business, making sure they understand the business and tax aspects of their strategy and suggests new ideas they may not have considered. Erick provides his clients with a year-end tax plan, which examines their tax year, details their current position with the various government agencies and describes opportunities for the upcoming year from both a tax and business perspective.
Highly skilled in the area of cost segregation, Erick is most proud of when he can provide commercial real estate holdings with cost segregation studies that allow them to take advantage of the rules of depreciation, increasing their depreciation deductions.
Erick began his professional career in the tax department at Lane Gorman Trubitt. He also spent three years as a tax associate at Fisk & Robinson before joining GPP in 2002. He believes his determined attitude helped him achieve success in this field because he has always had to fight and work harder than most to achieve.
Born and raised in Garland, Texas, Erick now lives in Prosper with his wife, Amanda, their two sons, and a house full of pets. Erick enjoys an occasional game of golf and watching movies with his wife. He’s often found on the sidelines of his boys’ sports teams, which include soccer, basketball and football.
Most recent publications
- Strategies to finance your dental practice
- Tenant Improvement Allowance for dentists leasing office space
- Retirement plans for dental offices: an introduction
- What does it really take to retire from your dental practice?
- Pros and cons of small medical practices joining group practices
- Preparing for healthcare breaches in 2016
- Texas seeing increase in medical group practice investment
- 4 questions to ask before you hire a new dental associate
- Why understanding cash flow is essential to your dental practice
- FASB issues new lease accounting rules for balance sheets
- What you need to know about the PATH Act (Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015)
- The working interview: beware what it could cost you
- Simple asset protection for physicians
- Selling a medical practice: 6 essential elements
- How to use financial statements in your dental practice to generate your most important KPIs
- Expectations of moving from fee-for-service to value-based purchasing
- Selling your dental practice: six essential point to build value
- Seven factors for dentists to consider when choosing an office space
- Five common financial mistakes doctors make
- Dentists should look toward alternative methods to generate additional income
- Should my dental practice accept insurance?
- What does the high cost of dental school mean for the profession?
- How to determine if a dental support organization is right for your practice?
- Five things you need to know about the ACA and dentistry
- The False Claims Act: what dentists need to know
- How dentists can plan and save for retirement