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AAFCPAs Partner Matthew Troiano to Serve on Board of Directors of Tailored for Success, Inc.

AAFCPAs is excited to announce that Matthew Troiano, CPA has been appointed and agrees to serve on the Board of Directors and finance committee for Tailored for Success, Inc. (TFS).  Matt will donate his time, talent and expertise to further the strategic goals of the organization, and to help foster economically disadvantaged individuals in their pursuit of self-sufficiency.  He will serve as a fiduciary of TFS, responsible for ensuring sound financial... continue reading

AAFCPAs Promotes Five to Partner to Support Firm Growth

AAFCPAs Promotes Five to Partner to Support Firm Growth

Westborough, MA 1/13/2016 – AAFCPAs is excited to announce the promotion of five additional Partners to our team.  Julie Chevalier, Dan Stanhope, Matt Troiano, Charlie Webb, and Matthew Boyle provide best value assurance, tax & advisory solutions, with outstanding client service to AAFCPAs’ growing client list of nonprofit organizations, privately-held commercial companies, and high-net-worth individuals & their families. Julie Chevalier, CPA, Tax Partner Julie is responsible for ensuring that clients... continue reading

AAFCPAs to Present CITC Information Session for the benefit of taxpayers and CDCs

AAFCPAs Partner Matt Hutt, CPA, CGMA, and AAFCPAs Manager Matt Troiano, CPA, in collaboration with AAFCPAs’ client Somerville Community Corporation, will present a Community Investment Tax Credit (CITC) information session on October 20 in Medford, MA. The CITC was established as a way to incentivize Commonwealth residents to invest in community development corporations (CDCs), especially in low and moderate income neighborhoods.  The CITC program allows taxpayers to realize considerable tax... continue reading

Community Investment Tax Credits: Donors Investing Over $1K in CDCs Realize Significant Tax Benefits

The Community Investment Tax Credit (CITC) was established as a way to incentivize Commonwealth residents to invest in community development corporations (CDCs).  The CITC program allows taxpayers to realize considerable tax savings when they make a qualified investment (cash contribution) in a CDC’s community development plan.1 Donor Benefits The CITC is an outstanding tax incentive for both individuals and corporations who are inclined to donate $1,000 or more, with an... continue reading