Matthew Troiano, CPA
Matt is a hands-on leader in the firm’s community and economic development practice, serving community development corporations (CDCs), affordable housing and mixed-use real estate projects, and their lending institutions. He also has extensive experience serving multiservice human & social service providers. He advises these sophisticated nonprofits and their related for-profit limited partnerships, providing assurance solutions and assessing tax situations to help maximize profits while minimizing tax liability.
Matt is highly-sought after for his knowledge on all new, existing, and changing applicable tax credits in the CDC industry, including: the Massachusetts community investment tax credit, new markets tax credits, low income housing tax credits, Federal and state historic tax credits.
He is responsible for leading impactful engagement teams in providing assurance solutions in accordance with Uniform Guidance/Single Audit and Government Auditing Standards, as well as those with U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Massachusetts Uniform Financial Statement (UFR) filing requirements.
Matt serves as an active member of the firm’s Accounting and Assurance Committee and Community Economic Development practice. He delivers professional training on risk assessment standards, cost certification and related tax filings, job efficiency, and small business fraud risks.
- University of Massachusetts, Boston – Master of Business Administration, Finance
- University of Massachusetts, Boston – Bachelor of Science, Accounting, summa cum laude
- Strength Matters – CFO Advisory Committee
- Tailored for Success – Board Member and Treasurer
- UMASS Boston – VP, Alumni Association