John R. Anzivino, CPA
Estate & Trust
John R. Anzivino leads Kaufman Rossin’s estate, trust and exempts organization practice and private client services. He leverages his expertise in the estate and trust field to help clients and families plan the transition of their businesses and wealth.
He specializes in estate planning services and advises clients on tax planning, filing of estate tax forms, representation before the IRS for tax examinations, preparation of state and federal income tax returns, post-mortem tax planning and final Form 1040 filing for decedent.
With his extensive knowledge of the estate and trust field, John writes for and has been quoted in financial news and business publications including Bloomberg, Financial Advisor, Trusts & Estates, Business News Daily and the Miami Herald. John is an adjunct professor at the University of Miami Law School Masters in Taxation program and is a frequent lecturer for various professional groups.
John has served on the College Assistance Program (CAP) board of directors for more than 30 years, including two terms as president. He is also a board member of the Deering Estate Foundation. John assisted Probate Judge Maria M. Korvick as her campaign treasurer, and has volunteered his time and expertise with The Miami Foundation, The Red Cross, Labrador Rescue and the University of Miami.
John is a Certified Public Accountant in Florida and a member of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Estate Planning Council of Miami-Dade County and the Partnership for Philanthropic Planning, which has honored him with the Professional Advisor of the Year Award. He is also the founding president of the Partnership for Philanthropic Planning of Miami-Dade.
- Master of Business Administration. Accounting/Finance. University of Miami.
- Bachelor of Science. Business Administration. Youngstown State University.
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