Mr. Satish Prabhu

Mr. Satish Prabhu

Qualification: B.Com., CA (FCA), CPA (USA)

Experience: Professional experience in accounting, finance, cost accounting, auditing and taxation for over 30 years.

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About Mr. Satish Prabhu

Satish Prabhu has significant professional experience in accounting, finance, cost accounting, auditing and taxation for over 30 years. After securing 4th rank in B.Com. from Mangalore University, he enrolled with the largest public accounting firm, A.F. Ferguson and Co. (now part of Deloitte Haskins and Sells) to undergo 3-year articleship training as mandated by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.

After passing the chartered accountancy examinations, Satish joined Mundle, Venkatraman and Associates in Mumbai as a partner to practice in public accounting. In 2002, he also took the CPA (USA) examination administered by American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and obtained license to practice as a CPA from Colorado State Board of Accountancy.

Satish then, in year 2005, moved to United States to explore new opportunities in the field of public accounting. He joined Withum Smith+Brown, Certified Public Accountants, New Jersey and gained a wealth of knowledge and experience auditing, accounting and taxation in the western world.

After having worked for 3 years with Withum, Satish has set-up his own public practice in New York/New Jersey offering wide variety of services which includes specialized services such as complex revenue recognition, Sarbanes-Oxley implementation, CFO services.

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Mr. Satish Prabhu


5th February, 2024

Interim Budget 2024

There are no changes in direct and indirect tax rates. The interim budget proposes to withdraw outstanding disputed direct tax demands up to Rs.25,000 pertaining to the ...

1st December, 2023

Discard Return

The Income Tax Department has recently launched a new feature called 'Discard Return'. This feature allows an individual to completely discard, i.e., delete their previo...

27th October, 2023

Blog on Section 194R along with FAQs

Guidelines for removal of difficulties under sub-section (2) of section 194R of the IncomeĀ­ tax Act, 1961