AAF moves offices

AAFCPAs is excited to announce the firm’s move to larger office space to accommodate current and future planned capacity growth. The new office space, located in the Landmark Building at 160 Federal Street, on the 16th floor in Boston’s Financial District, will provide capacity for increased client support in the areas of assurance, tax, valuations, performance controls, and IT advisory solutions to the firm’s diverse client base.

“AAFCPAs’ significantly larger and newly renovated space will allow us to expand our core teams to support the organic growth we continue to experience, while giving us cutting-edge facilities to support and inspire our teams,” said Dave McManus, Co-Managing Partner of AAFCPAs.

“Our new Boston office is absolutely gorgeous space,” added Carla McCall, Co-Managing Partner of AAFCPAs. “We continue to attract and retain the best and brightest CPAs and advisors and are very excited to provide top-notch space that accurately reflects how we feel about our people.”

AAFCPAs employs 180 people with offices in Boston, Wellesley, and Westborough, MA. The firm believes that space matters and knowledge workers are positively impacted by all aspects of a fresh and inviting work environment. The firm intends to monitor the impact that the beautifully designed space will have on their clients. They anticipate increased creativity, innovative decision-making, thoughtful insight, more collaboration, better teamwork, efficient use of technology, and more effective deliverables across the spectrum of solutions they provide daily.

 

About AAFCPAs

AAFCPAs is an attractive alternative to the Big 4 and National CPA firms. We provide best-value assurance, tax, business consulting, and information technology advisory solutions to nonprofit organizations, commercial companies, wealthy individuals, and estates. Since 1973, AAF’s sincere approach to business and service excellence has attracted discerning clients along with the best and brightest CPA and consulting professionals. AAF donates 10% of its net profits annually to nonprofit organizations.