Max Gin, CPA
Principal, Real Estate Tax
Max Gin brings over a decade of experience and expert knowledge of affordable housing and the real estate industry to his role as a Principal in AGH’s real estate taxation practice. Max’s deep knowledge and skills focused on real estate developers, investors, owners, and management companies, as well as renewable energy, construction, and high net worth individuals allows him to provide clients with insightful and actionable advice.
In addition to consulting on the tax aspects of real estate operations and entity transactions, Max has highly specialized knowledge of Section 42 Low-Income Housing Credits and Section 48 Energy Credits which allows him to assist clients in maximizing the benefits of their low-income housing and renewable energy tax credits.
Max is a graduate of Georgia State University. Prior to joining AGH, Max was a Senior Manager with a national firm.
- Real estate industry tax consulting
- Partnership tax planning and preparation
- Structuring tax-deferred transactions
- Partnership mergers and acquisitions
- Inbound/outbound foreign investments
- Multi-national real estate investors
- Multi-state partnerships
- S-corporation returns
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants
- Geneva Group International
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