Amy Preston is a Florida licensed Certified Public Accountant with over 15 years of accounting experience, and is the President and founding member of MIA Global CPA.
Mrs. Preston specializes in advising international taxpayers, especially inbound investors to the United States. She works closely with attorneys to develop corporate structures and estate plans for global and domestic clients. In addition, she has a strong background in preparation and review of international and domestic income tax and disclosure forms, pre-immigration and estate planning, transfer pricing, FIRPTA, and IRS audit defense.
Mrs. Preston is also an experienced public speaker and document editor. She has attended and presented at numerous international conferences, in locations as far away as South Africa and closer to home in Toronto.
She and her team are committed to providing individually-tailored client service and always delivering a timely and comprehensive work product.
In her “down time,” Mrs. Preston serves on the Board of Directors of the Girl Scouts of Tropical Florida and participates in many other charitable causes. She enjoys spending time and travelling with her husband and two children.
Master of Taxation – Florida Atlantic University
Bachelor of Business Administration, Major in Accounting – Florida Atlantic
Certified Public Accountant, FL No. 43444
Member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA), and American Women’s Society of Certified Public Accountants (AWSCPA)
MSI Global Alliance (Munich ‐ 2013) – Technical Session: Updates in U.S. Transfer Pricing
MSI Global Alliance (London ‐ 2010) – Member Showcase: Transfer Pricing: U.S., Brazil, and Caymans
MSI Global Alliance (Alexandria, VA ‐ 2009) – Involving New Staff in MSI and Business Development
Women’s Council of Realtors (2007) – FIRPTA and Reduced Withholding Applications
FICPA Gold Coast Chapter (2005) – Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina: Casualty Losses and Other Tax
Florida Atlantic University (2005) – FBAR/TDF 90‐22.1: Who, What, When, Where, and Why?