With over 35 years’ experience in providing financial guidance to entertainment professionals, family offices, small businesses, and C-level executives, Michael Markiewicz serves as a partner at Feuer & Orlando, a CPA firm based in Manhattan. Michael provides personal CFO services as well, with particular expertise providing production accounting services for films in all stages of development from pre-production through post-production. Included in those services are the application for pre-certification of film tax credits and final application for credit funds to be received. Another focus of his practice is outsourced family office administrative services.
Michael graduated from Tufts University with BA in Economics and Sociology. He received his MBA and MS in Accounting from Northeastern University. As a CPA, PFS (Personal Financial Specialist) and CFP, he is a member of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the Estate Planning Council of New York City where he recently served as a Board Member. He is also the Finance Director of Marriage Equality USA and a member of the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce.
Outside of his professional life, Michael studies and plays guitar, enjoys singing, loves the theatre (where he is also an occasional investor), is a huge animal rights activist, and volunteers on the host committee for Women’s Entrepreneurship Day at the UN. Michael also serves on the board of Moving Windmills Project, Inc., a non-profit organization where the mission is rural economic development and education in Malawi, Africa.
Michael lives in Chelsea with his husband Mark, and their beloved wire hair dachshund, Maggie.