Meet the people

Together they hold memberships in the National Society of Tax Practitioners, the National Society of Accountants, the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants, and the Massachusetts Association of Public Accountants; serve on the boards of a variety of organizations; and are actively involved in local community volunteer positions and events. 


  James D. Conniff  Managing Principal   E-mail

James D. Conniff
Managing Principal
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James Conniff has been in private practice in the Boston area for over fifty years and is the managing principal of Bacall▪Conniff. In addition to being a Certified Public Accountant, he holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the Northeastern University Graduate School of Business Administration, is a graduate of Bentley College, and has achieved the designations of both a Certified Financial Planner and Certified Valuation Analyst.


  Jeffery E. Richards   Principal   E-mail

Jeffery E. Richards
Principal
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A Certified Public Accountant and Certified Valuation Analyst, Jeffery received his Masters of Science in Taxation (MST) with distinction from Bentley College, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) from the University of Montana. Jeffery has been with the firm for over twenty years and is the principal responsible for the Not-for-profit and Tax Exempt Organization accounting clients, tax research, as well as estate, trust, corporate, partnership and individual tax returns.


  Chandra C. Witkowski   Principal   E-mail

Chandra C. Witkowski
Principal
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Having been with the firm for over sixteen years, Chandra received her Bachelor degree from Merrimack College and holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) degree from Suffolk University's Frank Sawyer School of Management and a Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting. Chandra works closely with clients providing a diverse range of accounting services, including financial statements, corporate and partnership tax returns and in assisting clients in the selection and implementation of accounting software programs. Chandra is the principal in charge of the firm's Restaurant & Hospitality accounting services, and is a trusted advisor at board meetings and conferences.


FROM ALL POINTS NORTH:

Take 1-93 South to Exit 24-A marked “Government Center”.  Follow the signs toward the “Aquarium” to the Southbound Surface Artery.  Turn right at State Street.  Continue three blocks and we are at the corner of State Street & Broad Street.  There is metered and free parking on Broad and surrounding streets, and 75 State Street garage is immediately on the right once you have turned onto Broad.

FROM ALL POINTS WEST:

Travel East on the Massachusetts Turnpike (1-90), use Exit 24B to 1-93 Northbound to enter the Central Artery Tunnel.  Proceed about 1/2 mile underground to Exit 23 to “Government Center”.  Stay in the left lane, turning left onto North Street at the end of the ramp.  Turn left at the Dock Square Garage and follow signs toward “Aquarium” to the Southbound Surface Artery.  Turn right at State Street.  Continue three blocks and we are at the corner of State Street & Broad Street.  There is metered and free parking on Broad and surrounding streets, and 75 State Street garage is immediately on the right once you have turned onto Broad.

FROM ALL POINTS SOUTH:

Take 1-93 North to Exit 23 to “Government Center”.  Stay in the left lane, turning left onto North Street at the end of the ramp.  Turn left at the Dock Square Garage and follow signs toward “Aquarium” to the Southbound Surface Artery.  Turn right at State Street.  Continue three blocks and we are at the corner of State Street & Broad Street.  There is metered and free parking on Broad and surrounding streets, and 75 State Street garage is immediately on the right once you have turned onto Broad.

FROM LOGAN AIRPORT and ROUTE 1A:

Take the Sumner Tunnel to Boston. Upon leaving the tunnel stay in the left lane following signs to "Government Center". Stay to the far left and at the top of the ramp turn left toward Government Center. Go straight through the next set of lights. Do not turn right on New Chardon Street.  Do not turn left back down into the tunnel. Pass the Government Center Garage on the right and cross over New Sudbury Street. Pass Haymarket on the right and continue through the next set of lights at North Street. Cross over North Street and continue three more blocks. Turn right at State Street. Continue three blocks and we are at the corner of State Street & Broad Street.  There is metered and free parking on Broad and surrounding streets, and 75 State Street garage is immediately on the right once you have turned onto Broad.