A Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Adam Greene serves as a Partner of Greene & Company, LLP in Melville, New York. As such, he oversees the preparation of financial statements and the completion of tax filings and financial reports. At the Melville, New York, firm, Adam Greene also holds responsibility for tax planning and preparation, as well as client relations. Maintaining solid customer relationships, a key focus of Greene & Company, LLP, means forming partnerships with clients. The firm’s professionals remain proactive in their approach and responsive to suggestions and inquiries.
Adam Greene joined Greene & Company, LLP in Melville, New York, in 1986. Greene & Company, LLP is one of a number of firms which chose this city as their headquarters, including Nikon Corporation (U.S. headquarters); Italian restaurant chain Sbarro, Incorporated; and Arrow Electronics, Inc. In addition, Cablevision publishes Newsday in Melville, New York. A supporter of the city, Adam Greene holds membership in the Triangle-Melville Civic Association and the Melville Civic Association.
Founded in Melville, New York, Greene & Company, LLP is led by Adam Greene. The business maintains state-of-the-art software and technology, and staff members at the Melville, New York, firm continue advanced training to supplement their tax, auditing, financial planning, and payroll knowledge. Some workers specialize in particular industries at Greene & Company, LLP. Adam Greene has concentrated on serving the construction sector for more than 25 years.
A graduate of Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, where he completed a Bachelor of Business Administration and captained the rugby team, Adam Greene belongs to the Temple Beth Torah Men’s Club in Melville, New York, and Manta.com. In addition to his contributions to Greene & Company, LLP of Melville, New York, Mr. Greene belongs to the Villas at West Hills Homeowners Association and supports the Father Fred Memorial Foundation. Also a supporter of youth sports, he coaches youth football, baseball, and basketball teams. An avid reader, Adam Greene particularly appreciates the works of Stephen Ambrose, J. D. Salinger, Mitch Albom, and James Joyce.