Mike Muscatello

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Complex challenges deserve thoughtful solutions.

Mike Muscatello serves as the lead audit partner in Aronson’s Government Contract Services Group, where he provides thoughtful business, accounting, and tax solutions to government contractors, technology companies, professional service firms, and life sciences companies.

Mike has spent over 25 years in the industry, serving his clients as a keen technical resource in assurance, tax, and consulting disciplines, and has extensive experience with government cost principles, procurement regulations, accounting systems, and due diligence for mergers and acquisitions. His unique insight into the business of government contracting allows him to provide practical, value-added business advice that goes beyond technical know-how.

As former head of Aronson’s audit and accounting practice, Mike’s focus is on complex financial reporting matters, purchase accounting, complex equity structures, and ESOPs. He is passionate about technology and innovation, always looking for ways to help his clients and the firm move forward in a fast-changing environment.

Mike is a contributing author to Aronson’s Government Contracting Insights Library, and he is a sought-after speaker. As an avid fly fisherman and a dedicated advocate for veterans’ issues, he is actively involved with the Maryland Saltwater Sportfishing Association’s annual Rock-On Warriors event, which pays tribute to our nation’s wounded warriors.

Licenses & Certifications

  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
  • Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA)

Education

  • Wake Forest University: Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting
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