Matt Coscia

Matt Coscia

Partner, CPA · +1 (972) 748 0202
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Matt Coscia is a partner in the income tax practice of Baker Tilly.

Matt is a partner in the income tax practice of Baker Tilly. Prior to joining Baker Tilly, Matt was a founding partner of Montgomery Coscia Greilich LLP (MCG). MCG became one of the fastest growing accounting firms in the country and at the time it merged with Baker Tilly had more than 300 professionals and 30 partners. 

His primary disciplines include tax planning, transactional services – in particular transaction cost analysis, due diligence and structuring of acquisitions and divestitures, facilitating income tax audits, transfer pricing analysis, and tax provision calculations. He works with large publicly traded companies, closely held entities and their owners, private equity companies, high net worth individuals, and professional athletes. Matt has led many due diligence projects including acquisitions in Europe, Canada, Australia and the United States.

Prior to MCG, Matt served seven years at an international accounting firm where Matt worked in the entrepreneurial services group and spent time in their Tulsa, Washington D.C. and Dallas offices.

  • Strategic tax planning for various entity designs
  • Deep technical expertise in tax compliance and strategy across industries and business types
  • Has perspective as a business founder and owner
  • Active investor in many start up, early stage and growth stage companies.
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants
  • University of Arkansas Accounting Advisory Board
  • ChildCare Group - Board of Trustees
  • Young Professionals Organization
  • NTYPO Board Member
  • Vistage International
  • National Business Aviation Association
  • Authored CERTS and NOL Limits; The Tax Advisor; Feb. 3, 2003
  • Authored Warrants Issued to Customers; The Tax Advisor; Nov. 1, 2003
  • Authored Debt Issued with Warrants; The Tax Advisor; Nov. 1, 2003




The University of Arkansas (Fayetteville)
Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting