Dear Friends, Clients, and Prospective Clients:

As many of you are aware, for the past four tax seasons, Timothy J. Nardello, CPA has worked very closely with me helping to service the tax, business and accounting needs of a very diverse group of clients – both businesses and individuals. It gives me great pleasure to announce that as of November 1, 2017, Tim has assumed full responsibility for my CPA Practice, and will continue to work from our current office location.

Like me, Tim has over 30 years of diverse tax and accounting experience and ascribes to the same principles of personal service, attention and responsiveness upon which I have built my practice over the past 23 years. I have known and worked with Tim for many years. He is my hand-picked successor and is perfectly suited to take over this practice.

Tim is not only an expert tax accountant with respect to individual tax returns, he particularly excels in providing guidance to small businesses and to professional individuals who may have more complex tax situations. Prior to joining me here, Tim was a partner in a small regional accounting firm and has held controllership positions in private industry. Most recently, similar to me, he has operated a local accounting practice as a sole practitioner dedicated to meeting the specific tax, accounting and business needs of individuals and small businesses. In short, Tim does exactly what I do in preparing tax returns and providing financial guidance.

If you have not already done so, I invite you to stop by the office, poke your head in, and meet Tim. You are also welcome to make an appointment or set up a meeting if you feel like you need more than just a “hello.” If you live out of town, by all means, call and speak with Tim at your convenience. You can also find Tim on the web at

I will be available to Tim as needed to make sure that nothing falls through the cracks and to be certain that every single client continues to receive the best possible service they have come to expect and that their particular situation deserves.

There is a poster hanging in our reception area, given to me by a client a number of years ago which says – “Old accountants never die, they just lose their balance.” If you’re wondering about me, I’ll be out and about making sure I never lose my balance!

It’s been a privilege and honor to have gotten to know and serve so many clients over the years, and I’ll miss you all. But now it’s time to pass the reins, and believe me, you are in good hands. I wouldn’t have it any other way.