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Site selection and location investment must be process-driven and holistic. It incorporates analytics, modeling, technology and helps companies identify opportunities for tax credits and incentives.

Paul A. Naumoff

EY Global Sustainability Tax Leader; Global and Americas Location Investment, Credits & Incentives Leader

Strategic EY advisor for over 20 years. Experienced with economic development, site selection and incentives and tax credit matters. Husband and father. Board of education member. Charity-run planner.

Areas of focus Tax Strategy Disruption Growth
Office Columbus, US

Paul serves as the EY Global Sustainability Tax Leader and as EY Global and Americas Location Investment, Credits & Incentives Services Leader within Indirect Tax. He is a Principal with Ernst & Young LLP. 

Paul was the National Director of Tax Credits Investment Advisory Services with the US firm for six years, building the firm’s Federal Incentives & Credits practice, with a focus on health care, affordable housing, New Markets Tax Credits, low-income housing tax credits, federal grant programs and renewable energy.

Paul has a JD from Capital University and a BS in Finance from Miami University. 

How Paul is building a better working world

Paul has a passion for creating “win-win” recommendations that help citizens, companies and governments. He has worked on hundreds of projects that have helped open up employment opportunities, tax bases and a favorable business environment.

Paul enjoys bringing EY talent and resources to assist the local community. Before joining the board of an in-home health care agency, he organized the EY Meals on Wheels route in Central Ohio. In 2015, Paul and several EY colleagues founded what is now known as the Thanks for Giving 4-Miler, which last year raised more than $100,000 for various organizations.

Paul has also used his management and accountability skills to help the education sector. He was elected to the New Albany-Plain Local Schools Board of Education in 2015. During Paul’s tenure, New Albany rose from the 64th-ranked among Ohio’s 660 academic public school districts to the 19th-ranked and significantly improved its financial forecast.

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