Seth Marin

Seth Marin

CPA, Partner

50 Charles Lindbergh Boulevard
Suite 510
Uniondale, NY 11553
p 516.281.9164
f  516.281.9210
1700 Broadway
New York, NY 10019
p 212.842.7000
f  212.842.7001

Seth Marin is a partner at Friedman LLP and a member of the firm’s real estate group.  Seth maintains client relationships in such diverse industries as commercial and residential real estate, real estate development, hospitality and service organizations, as well as advertising, engineering and professional service industries. 


Seth also works closely with entrepreneurial business owners and closely held businesses.

His expertise includes:

  • Planning, supervising and reviewing complex audit engagements
  • Supervising, reviewing and conducting HUD audits, ensuring proper compliance with financing, partnership and regulatory agreements
  • Evaluating internal control procedures and recommending accounting system improvements to help safeguard assets
  • Assisting clients in preparing and reviewing financial projections for special financing projects
  • Performing due diligence for financing and business acquisitions

He serves as a mentor to staff and advises them on technical and personal skills for career advancement, and is a member of the firm’s internal review committee, which resulted in the development of a firm-wide best practices course.

He is also an instructor for several in-house courses and has presented on technical accounting topics for clients.


  • New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Risk Management Association, Young Professionals Committee
  • Long Island Real Estate Group - New Generation
  • Friedman LLP Employee Volunteer Committee, Long Island Office Chair

Outside the Office

Seth is an avid supporter and participant of the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island, which includes volunteering in their kitchen and preparing meals for families in need.

He is a frequent participant in the March of Dimes - March for Babies, and was previously the community representative which required raising money in the local community for research for healthier babies.

He organized the Toys for Tots holiday toy drive throughout the firm and successfully collected and donated hundreds of toys for children.

He is an organizer and host for a Hofstra University Internship Shadow Program, whereby he helps students understand the interactions between the accounting and banking industries.

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