Ronald Weiner

Ronald G. Weiner, CPA


Mr. Weiner is chairman and president of Perelson Weiner, a full service Certified Public Accounting and consulting firm dedicated to serving the needs of entrepreneurs, their families and businesses. He is an expert on management of professional service firms and entrepreneurial businesses.

His experience includes financial consulting in all areas of business, real estate and acquisitions and divestiture matters. A consultant to senior executives on special projects and personal planning, his financial background, broad domestic and international perspective and consultative skills are well attuned to the needs of Boards of companies and organizations.

Mr. Weiner supports attorneys in complex litigation and investigations. His extensive business knowledge and ability to develop creative tax-advantaged structured settlements has been of particular value in dispute resolution, mergers and acquisitions.

Mr. Weiner has authored the articles "Owner Capital" and "Owner Compensation" for the AICPA's Management of An Accounting Practice Handbook for 1999, 2000 and 2001. He also co-authored "Coping with Tax Reform," for the AIPCA Management of the Accounting Practice Committee and is a past editor of The CPA Journal. Mr. Weiner has published many articles on management and tax issues including "Blame the Recession on Tax Reform," that appeared in The New York Times.

He earned a BSBA from Babson College and attended both New York University Graduate School of Business and Harvard Business School. He has also been a Wexner Fellow.

Business and Professional Affiliations include:
International President 2008-2009, Chief Executive Organization (CEO)
Past President, International Group of Accounting Firms (IGAF)
Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Community Service includes:
President, Jewish Community Relations Council of New York:
Trustee Emeritus Babson College
Chairman, Babson Global
Board Member, Cancer Research Institute
Trustee, Citizens Budget Committee of New York City
Member of President's Council, Olin College of Engineering
Trustee, Jewish Communal Fund
Board Member and Investment Committee Member, Jewish Guild for the Blind
Past chair, Grants Committee of the UJA Federation of New York