Non-Profit & Education

Achieving the Mission

Profits are not the only way to define success. For exempt organizations, success is defined in lives saved or lives improved. But no matter how it is defined, success depends on aligning the right vision, people, processes, and technology to address the right issues.

That takes the right advice and the right partners. 

Piccerelli, Gilstein & Company, LLP has helped exempt organizations of every description achieve their own particular standards of success. We have been successful in serving our clients by devoting the time and expertise it takes to understand your needs, by assembling the people and resources it takes to meet those needs, and by constantly striving to find better, more creative, more effective solutions.

Our commitment to these organizations is underscored by the many associations, educational institutions, religious groups, health and welfare organizations, and other not-for-profit entities that have chosen us as their partners. We offer insights into pressing financial, operational, technological, and tax issues to assist an organization’s board of directors in making difficult organizational decisions.

A Difference in Service

When you choose Piccerelli, Gilstein & Company, LLP, you choose seasoned professionals who specialize in serving exempt organizations. That specialization assures you of a service team that can apply not only functional expertise, but expertise filtered through the experience of serving many clients that share your concerns, your regulatory environment, your tax issues, and your operational goals.

We believe our clients are best served by senior personnel with the background that makes a difference. That is why our ratio of partners and managers to staff is significantly higher than that offered by other firms. In short, Piccerelli, Gilstein & Company, LLP has the resources it takes to meet your needs and the experience and commitment to service to provide effective practical solutions that work.

Obtain more information by e-mailing Mike Tikoian.