Westborough accounting firm goes extra mile for clients 


By Jeff Theodore, Contributing Writer

The staff at Servello CPA value community engagement and adaptability for clients and their needs. (Photo/Christine McShane Creative)

WESTBOROUGH – Since opening its doors in 2016, the Lindsay Taylor SPAtique in Westborough has relied upon guidance from Servello CPA, a small but mighty team of accounting professionals that strive to provide a solid financial foundation for both local businesses and individuals.

 “Throughout the existence of our business, Servello CPA has been a huge part of our process,’’ SPAtique co-owner Meredith Taylor recently told the Community Advocate. “Having the opportunity to meet monthly or email and text any questions we may have has been invaluable. As we grow, we’ll definitely continue to use them as a sounding board.” 

Establishing close relationships with clients like SPAtique throughout the year, not solely during tax season, is what sets the Westborough-based Servello CPA apart from others, said Servello’s founder and president, Vinnie Servello.  

“We try to work as seamlessly as possible with our clients,” Servello said, noting that his team offers a full suite of services such as bookkeeping, tax compliance and on-call advisory for small businesses as well as year-round strategic tax planning and preparation for individuals.  

When clients call Servello CPA, the voice on the other end is likely that of Abby DePasquale, who serves as the firm’s new operations and talent manager. 

Her role includes assisting with client inquiries, managing the hiring process and internship program, as well as community involvement and disseminating tax-related information through social media. 

“We’re very active on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn, giving people important information regarding recent tax law changes, and helpful tax tips,” DePasquale said.  

Servello reflected about the importance of truly being present for the community as they continue to maneuver through these uncharted territories. 

“We’ve remained committed to our clients throughout the pandemic,” he said. “As we continue to navigate through these unprecedented times, we aim to help our community overcome any obstacles that they may face. Our goal is to serve as trusted advisors to new and existing clients.” 

Servello and his staff recognize that each client has their own unique needs.   

“There is no cookie-cutter strategy,” Servello said. “Our job is to stay current with the everchanging tax code and to make sure that our clients understand their full financial picture, whether it involves starting a new business or planning for retirement.” 

The firm also takes its role of educating both the community and future accountants seriously. 

Through its internship program, students from area colleges and universities as well as Westborough High School are selected to receive priceless experience about tax preparation and professional etiquette.  

DePasquale, who is looking to hire at all experience levels, emphasizes that the firm is growing. 

“It is an exciting time to be a part of the Servello CPA team,” she said. “Not only are we excited about tax season and beyond, but I look forward to working with our team throughout the year ahead. We are currently looking to hire experienced professionals with a commitment to responsiveness and community.”  

Consider following Servello CPA on Instagram and Facebook and check out their full suite of services online at ServelloCPA.com.

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