Justin Gilmartin, JD

Managing Director of Tax Services

Boston, MA
Focus Areas

Stock Options and Equity Compensation
Tax Planning
Estate Planning

Client Specialty

Executives
Business Owners
Professionals

As the Managing Director of Tax Services at The Colony Group, Justin leads a team that prepares over 3,000 individual, trust, entity, and foundation tax returns annually. Prior to joining The Colony Group, he worked for Kahn, Litwin, Renza & Co. where he prepared and reviewed tax returns for high net worth individuals as well as partnerships and corporations.

Justin earned his Bachelor of Arts from Holy Cross majoring in Economics and Accounting. He went on to receive a Juris Doctor from Boston College Law School and is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In his spare time, Justin enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters, traveling, and golf.

Published Insights

Webinar Recording – Caution: Tax Changes Ahead

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What You Need to Know About the Latest COVID-19 Relief Bill

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Year-End Tax Planning 2020

The many challenges of 2020 have of course been exacerbated by the heightened uncertainty surrounding them. While the human challenges remain the most critical, from a financial-planning perspective, many...

Should you plan for higher taxes now? Yes, say tax professionals.

With the election just around the corner, we thought it would be helpful to alert you to some of the tax planning ideas we are currently considering for clients....

2019 YEAR-END TAX PLANNING

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