Massachusetts CPA Firm Tofias Expands

Tofias PC, Southern New England's largest regional certified public accounting and consulting firm, has announced its merger with Petitti, Eisenberg & Gamache, a leading Southeastern Massachusetts accounting and consulting firm

Petitti, Eisenberg & Gamache, based in New Bedford, MA, will take the Tofias name but will maintain its current location and staff.

"We are delighted to be joining forces with the leading tax and accounting firm in Massachusetts' growing Southeastern section," said Tracy Gallagher, managing director of Tofias. "This merger allows us to expand our service solutions to an even larger network of businesses, individuals, non-profits and municipalities. The professionals at Petitti, Eisenberg & Gamache will enhance the Tofias team."

Petitti, Eisenberg & Gamache was launched seven years ago following a consolidation of two separate tax and accounting practices and has since grown to be one of the region’s leading professional services firms. With a staff of more the 20 professionals, the firm has enjoyed an annual growth rate of over 20 percent.

"In order to sustain our competitive advantage, we must grow, we must challenge our staff and we must continually provide premium services to our clients," Todd Eisenberg said. "We must take every opportunity to strengthen our resources, which is why our merger with Tofias makes perfect sense."

With more than 180 full-time personnel, Tofias is the largest regional certified public accounting and consulting firm in Southern New England and one of the top 50 in the United States.

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