Andrew Goloboy, founder and managing partner of Goloboy CPA LLC, has 20 years of experience as an accountant and business consultant. He launched Goloboy CPA in 2005 after several years of partnership with a Boston-based regional accounting and tax firm.

Andrew cut his accounting teeth with two of the Big Four accounting firms, sharpening his skills while auditing public and emerging companies and preparing financial forecasts and cost analyses. He later served as an independent financial consultant, working with budgets that ranged from $1.5 million to $15 million.

After earning his MBA, cum laude, from Babson College, Andrew spent several years as a financial consultant and business development manager with SAP America in Waltham.

He furthered his business and software management skills at IDC Research, Inc., where he developed detailed growth forecasts, competitor analyses and application trends for a number of markets, including accounting and human resources.

As managing partner of Goloboy CPA, Andrew now blends his deft CPA skills with his deep background in technology strategy, information systems and product management.

In addition to his MBA, Andrew holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Amherst College. He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, the Massachusetts Association of CPAs and is a licensed Life and Health Insurance Broker.

He is active in the Boston entrepreneurial community, sponsoring the 128 Innovation Capital Group and the WPI Venture Forum, where he serves on the program committee. Andrew also has volunteered his time as treasurer of several non-profits, including the Sharon Education Foundation, the Bristol Chamber Orchestra and Work in Progress, a college internship network. He previously served on the board of Temple Sinai in Sharon.

The son of an accountant, Andrew lives in Sharon, Mass., with his wife, Joan, and two children. When not advising clients, he can be seen shuttling his kids among various sports and musical activities.

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