Massachusetts Audit, Tax and Consulting

Helping New England experience the power of being understood

RSM has been providing professional services to the New England market for over four decades. In recent years, the firm demonstrated its commitment to the Boston area through strategic investments resulting in world class resources and industry expertise.

Today, RSM Boston is one of the firm's largest offices, with nearly 600 professionals and serving more than 2,000 clients. As one of the largest accounting firms in New England, we focus on strengthening your organization from within. We combine full-service capabilities with deep resources, industry insight, practical advice, and senior-level involvement. In other words, we provide our clients with the expertise, depth and international reach of a global firm, combined with the client service philosophy and “local touch” responsiveness of a regional firm. We strive to be the first choice advisor to middle market companies throughout New England.

Our Charitable Efforts

At RSM, we understand the importance of giving back to the communities where our employees live and work. RSM Boston is the founding office of The RSM Boston Foundation. Our Foundation is a unique community benefactor that allows employees to develop and run charitable events to raise money for different community organizations about which they are passionate.

The RSM Boston Foundation is managed and primarily funded by firm employees and raises more than $200,000 each year to support community-based projects and charitable organizations in the New England area. Organizations supported include:

  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston
  • Home Base Veteran and Family Care
  • New England Center and Home for Veterans
  • Rosie’s Place
  • Special Olympics of Massachusetts
  • The Home for Little Wanderers
  • The Lenny Zakim Fund

The Boston office is also part of the national RSM Foundation which raises money through signature programs like Birdies Fore Love.

To learn more, visit our community involvement page.

Massachusetts Insights

Massachusetts SJC affirms First Marblehead decision

Massachusetts SJC affirms decision in First Marblehead, ruling that the state’s FIET sourcing rules were internally consistent.

Massachusetts enacts economic development bill

Massachusetts reforms economic development incentive program and creates angel investor credit and college savings tax incentive program.

Massachusetts court finds trust company must pay fiduciary income tax

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court holds that a trustee-bank is subject to the fiduciary income tax as an inhabitant of the Commonwealth.

Massachusetts DOR issues additional guidance regarding amnesty program

Massachusetts DOR to hold a 60-day amnesty program commencing April 1, 2016 and ending May 31, 2016. This program is open to non-filers.

Massachusetts to hold 60-day tax amnesty program, including excise tax

For the first time in several years, a Massachusetts tax amnesty program will include corporate excise taxes. The exact program date has not been set.

Massachusetts court upholds 5 percent excise tax on satellite providers

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court affirms that state’s excise tax on satellite providers does not discriminate against interstate commerce.

Will state tax changes help or hurt engineering and architectural firms?

Tax law changes in Massachusetts will challenge engineering and architectural companies, especially with respect to market-based sourcing.

Massachusetts budget bill provides for fiscal year 15 tax amnesty program

Massachusetts has enacted a budget bill requiring the Commissioner of Revenue to offer a tax amnesty program in fiscal year 2015.

2014 Manufacturing & Distribution Monitor state reports

To supplement the 2014 Monitor report, a number of additional reports provide an in-depth look at the industry in various states across the country.

Massachusetts DOR publishes working draft on market-based sourcing rules

Draft revisions to Massachusetts’ apportionment regulations have been issued. These revisions provide guidance on the change to market-based sourcing.

Nonprofit utilizes IT-Vision to enhance technology and mission success

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston implemented RSM IT-Vision for a safer and more effective technology platform to better serve the community.

Massachusetts Audit, tax and Consulting

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80 City Square
Boston, MA 02129

Chris MacKenzie, Office Managing Partner

Massachusetts Events

2016 Retail and Consumer Economic Outlook Forum

Join RSM for a discussion of the key economic factors that will be affecting consumer spending and the overall retail industry in 2016.

  • January 21, 2016

The economic impact of Brexit and the presidential election

Join us as RSM's Chief Economist Joe Brusuelas discusses economic impact of Brexit and the presidential election.

  • September 28, 2016

Annual end-of-year accounting and tax summit

Our team of professionals provides critical tax and accounting updates affecting the profession in the coming year.

  • November 15, 2016

Maximizing effective business relationships between U.S. and Ireland

Maximize effective business relationships between individuals and companies doing business in the United States and Ireland.

  • June 13, 2016