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We are honest workers who value the "straight talk" even if that means taking a more challenging approach.
We know you have deadlines to meet and want clear expectations established. We set realistic expectations on all of our engagements.
Navigating complexity doesn't matter without clear communication. We can help you understand the pro's and con's of every decision.
Whether we're offering you an accounting or advisory solution, we have years of experience and hundreds of people who have attended our workshops. Let us show you our expertise.
About Our Firm
Since 2012, we have operated as a CPA firm serving clients across New England and the United States. Originally rooted in technology consulting, our firm was built around using collaborative technology that some smaller firms are still trying to adopt.
Located in downtown Providence, Rhode Island, our firm serves clients of all revenue levels. For accounting-related services, our expertise is in professional service firms, not-for-profit organizations, solopreneurs, and freelancers. For advisory-related services, within the not-for-profit sphere, we serve professional trade associations, homeowners associations, unions, student-based organizations, and municipalities.
Our Firm Philsophy
We've chosen to limit the services our firm offers to ensure we have the true expertise to serve our clients. While many small CPA firms offer a multitude of services, we believe that by limiting our services we can offer you a higher level of professional service.
Evan A. Lemoine, CPA, CFE, PRP
Evan is an experienced and nationally-recognized accounting professional, fraud examiner, and professional parliamentarian with audit, tax, and advisory service expertise across several industries. He is a certified public accountant (CPA), certified fraud examiner (CFE), chartered global management accountant (CGMA), and professional registered parliamentarian (PRP).
He has worked with companies ranging in revenue from $10K to over $900M. His industry experience is with insurance carriers and agencies, not-for-profit entities, defense, manufacturers, real estate, private equity, and professional service firms.
As an audit and fraud examination professional, he frequently lectures on segregation of duties, investigation of asset misappropriation by key employees, and preventing fraudulent financial reporting. As a tax professional, he has lectured on choice of business entity and state nexus considerations. Evan gained much of his accounting and business knowledge at an early age when he opened a website development and graphic design company as a high school freshman. This helped immensely as he studied and obtained both an MBA in Global Business Leadership and Bachelor of Science in Accounting with concentrations in fraud examination and political science, both from Johnson & Wales University in Providence. He was honored in 2011 when taking the CPA Exam in Rhode Island with the Nicholas Picchione Silver Medal for having the second-highest exam score in 2010. He was awarded by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Rhode Island Chapter as their 2022 Excellence Award recipient for his distinguished service to the chapter.
As a professional parliamentarian, Evan has extensive experience with professional trade associations, homeowners associations, student-based organizations, and municipalities. He has authored several organizations bylaw revisions, served as or advised a presiding officer in contentious business meetings, and judged national competitive events in parliamentary procedure. He has been a member of the National Association of Parliamentarians since 2008 and a professionally registered member since 2011. He is also a member of the American Institute of Parliamentarians. Within NAP, he served as a past treasurer of the national association. Within the local affiliates, he was the founding president of the New England Association of Parliamentarians and Young Professionals in Parliamentary Procedure, in addition to serving as a founding officer of the Electronic Association of Parliamentarians, later serving as its president. He is the only person to have served as the national treasurer of both parliamentary organizations as he currently serves as AIP Treasurer. He is widely respected by his peers for his diplomatic and independent approach to governance and parliamentary procedure.
An educator at heart, Evan served as an adjunct professor teaching undergraduate accounting courses with Cambridge College and Johnson & Wales University. He currently is an adjunct lecturer for graduate students at the University of Hartford's Barney School of Business. He currently teaches two courses: advanced auditing; and, not-for-profit and governmental accounting.