Engineered Tax Services (“ETS”) is very proud to announce that Raquel Mazarin has joined the firm’s NJ offices as Director of Business Development. Prior to joining ETS, Raquel was with Deloitte and has approximately fifteen years of combined state and local tax experience with the leading CPA firms, Deloitte, BDO, KPMG and E&Y, along with leadership and client-serving roles where she excelled in business development and building and maintaining strong client relationships. Raquel has assisted clients in a diverse range of industries, including financial services, real estate, life sciences, consumer products, chemicals, oil and natural gas.
As a Director of Business Development at ETS, Raquel’s focus will be on engineering based tax advisory services and assisting CPA firms and A/E/C firms with business development strategies around ETS’ scope of services. “I am elated that Raquel has joined ETS. Raquel and I worked together at both Ernst & Young LLP and KPMG LLP for many years and I can attest to her thought leadership, tax technical wherewithal and business development abilities. Raquel will make a strong addition to our already robust roster in our northeastern region and we look forward to her significant contributions”, says Peter J. Scalise, National Partner-in-Charge and Federal Tax Practice Leader.
Raquel has written tax articles for The State and Local Tax Lawyer and The Maryland Bar Journal, The Issue of Taxation. She has also presented on specialty topics for third-party organizations. Raquel is admitted to the Maryland Bar. She received her juris doctor from the University of Baltimore School of Law. During her last year of law school, she was selected for a prestigious judicial law clerkship at the Maryland Tax Court. In addition, she received her Bachelor of Arts and Humanities in English from Hood College.
About Engineered Tax Services (ETS)
Engineered Tax Services (engineeredtaxservices.com) is the only qualified professional engineering firm that has its own licensed engineers, including LEED Accredited Professionals, as well as tax experts, from CPAs to a former senior IRS executive, on staff. ETS marries the science of engineering with the principles of tax and accounting to arrive at financial solutions that result in increased cash flow, minimized tax payments and maximum return on investment and energy. These IRS-sanctioned services include Energy Tax Credits, Energy Policy Act Certifications (179D Studies), Cost Segregation Studies, Research and Development Studies, Repair and Maintenance Studies, Historic Tax Credits Studies, Engineering Insurance Appraisals, Energy and Carbon Audits.