Ron Maruca is a Senior Manager in the Tax Automation Services “TAS” group at GTM, located in the firm’s Philadelphia Metro office. As part of the TAS team, Ron works with clients to improve their income tax reporting and compliance functions through the use of third-party tax software and customized solutions. Ron has vast experience working with all major tax compliance and reporting software. He is actively engaged with his clients, providing support and guidance as they implement, use, and build upon their tax technology profiles. Since joining GTM, Ron has worked with domestic and multinational corporations, both private and publicly traded, who are looking to improve their tax functions. Ron has more than 11 years of broad tax experience, focusing mainly on domestic and international ASC 740 reporting. He specializes in using a wide range of technologies and process enhancements to help clients maximize their department’s value.
Ron graduated with a B.S. in Accounting from The College of New Jersey and received his master’s in taxation from Villanova University. Prior to joining GTM, Ron worked at several large multinational corporations, where he spent most of his time leading income tax reporting and compliance functions. During that time, Ron realized the power and importance of using tax technology to accomplish tax department goals, while reducing stress and costs for those within his group. Ron resides in Hamilton New Jersey with his wife and three children. Ron enjoys spending time with his family, watching sports, and participating in hobbies including winemaking and snowboarding. DESIGNATION: CPA
EDUCAITON: B.S. in Accountancy from The College of New Jersey
M.S. in Taxation from Villanova University
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