Profile George L. Tisdale

Many years of experience in the accounting field have taught me that in addition to tax preparation, a good CPA should act as a trusted advisor in many aspects of personal financial planning. Building college funds, planning for retirement and creating estate plans are important areas in which your CPA should be involved.

Who We Are

We are Certified Accounting Experts and Tax Advisors

In business, CPA’s have generally been consulted for auditing services and advice on developing effective accounting systems, maximizing operating results, and resolving various management problems. Today, a CPA can be instrumental in designing and managing business information systems as well.

I stand apart from other accountants because of my knowledge of how computers and software can be used in accounting. I write computer software applications, I have taught at Bentley College and nationally for Arthur Andersen & Company, and have been an active member of the Information Technology Committee of the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Let me apply my expertise to the most important financial plan–yours! I’ll prepare your income tax returns and develope whatever long and short range plans you need to maximize your finances.

Professional Affiliations

  • Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Division Memberships:
    • Private Companies Practice Tax Division
    • Information Technology Division
    • Business Rules Application Group, Inc. – President


Certified Public Accountant in Massachusetts

Committee Work

  • Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants Information Technology Committee – Chairman
  • Extended Healthcare Committee
  • Concord Alternative Residence d/b/a Belknap House – Treasurer and Board member
  • The Friends of Sleepy Hollow Cemetery – Treasurer and Board member
  • Friends of the Performing Arts of Concord – President, Treasurer and Boardmember

Certified Public Accountant in Massachusetts


  • Master of Science in Accounting – Northeastern University Graduate School of Professional Accounting, Boston, MA
  • BA Economics – Boston University, Boston, MA

Professional Experience

Accounting Positions

  • Sole Proprietor, Tisdale Company,Certified Public Accountants, Concord, Massachusetts
  • Audit Partner, Beers & Company, Framingham, MA
  • Controller, Intertel Communications, Brookline, MA
  • Audit staff, Ernst & Young, Boston, MA

Faculty Positions

  • Bentley College School of Continuing and Professional Education
  • Arthur Andersen &Co. customer education Program


  • Consultant to accounting firms in New England on providing tax preparation and client accounting services.
  • Arthur Andersen & Co. national customer training consultant.


  • President, The Business Rules Group, Inc., Concord, MA
  • President, Advanced Informonics Corporation, Concord, MA
  • Administrative Partner, Beers & Company, Framingham, MA
  • General Manager, Intertel Communications, Brookline, MA

Computer Experience

  • Developer of The Manufacturers Representative software for managing a selling organization
  • Developer of manufacturing and distribution multi-user software for wholesale and general accounting applications
  • New England Representative, Arthur Andersen & Co. A·Plus·Tax ® Software
  • New England Representative,PC-Software, Inc. accounting products


  • Arthur Andersen & Co., LLP, “Tax Preparation in a Smaller Firm”, Orlando, FL
  • National Federal Tax Forum, “Management of a Tax Practice”,
  • Bentley College, Waltham, MA
  • Tisdale, G., Stillwell, B.,”Increasing Office Efficiency Through Networks”, Holliston, MA
  • Massachusetts Society of CPA’s “Tax Practitioners Round Table”, Burlington, MA
  • Tisdale, G., “Tax Preparation Update”, Waltham, MA
  • Tisdale, G.,”Automating a Tax Practice” presented in Boston, Springfield and Stamford

Tisdale CPA

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335 Commonwealth Ave, Concord, MA 01742

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