Jovan Goldstein is founder and Managing Principal of JT Goldstein Accountants and Business Advisors, a full-service, certified public accounting and business advisory firm, headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The firm specializes in performing auditing, tax, accounting, business consulting and engagements.
Prior to establishing JT Goldstein, Goldstein worked at a regional CPA firm, where he was partner-in- charge of the Assurance and Tax Departments, and was responsible for successfully leading all firm third-party peer review quality control efforts, performed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), without findings or comments. Goldstein’s industry-specific experience includes A-133 audits, individual and business taxation, real estate construction and development, employee benefit plans and tax credit engagements, including low-income housing, new market and film tax credits. Goldstein began his career with a leading Fortune 500 pharmaceutical firm, where he was responsible for accounting and financial reporting.
Goldstein is a member of the AICPA, the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA). He has published several articles in industry-related publications such as Accounting Today, the Philadelphia Business Journal and the Pennsylvania CPA Journal. As a frequent speaker and participant of the AICPA’s CPA Ambassador Program, Goldstein conducts various training sessions on construction accounting for Temple University Small Business Department/Fox School of Business, and has taught risk management for the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce.
Goldstein graduated with honors from Cheyney State University with a degree in Accounting. He is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in Pennsylvania, New York, District of Columbia . He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Youth Network, Logan Community Development Corporation and AIDS Law Project of Philadelphia. He also served on the Philadelphia Bar Association Commission on Judicial Selection and Retention and is a member of PICPA’s diversity committee.