Meet Our Retired Partner

Timothy J. O’Toole, CPA

Timothy J OToole

Overview

Throughout his professional life Tim O’Toole has provided clear guidance and effective business advice to closely held businesses. His leadership has been especially appreciated in the complex area of transfer of ownership and business succession planning.

Tim’s practice focuses on architectural and engineering (A&E) firms. Over the years he has helped A&E firms of all sizes to become more efficient and profitable by successfully steering them through the complexities of fee structure, project management and operating results that surround a professional services organization.

Tim started his accounting career in 1969 with the former Arthur Young & Co., later joining Laventhol, Horwath & Horwath. Tim also worked with the Small Business Development Corporation assisting small businesses in obtaining financing and developing business plans. He founded O’Toole & Company, P.C. in 1979. O’Toole & Company merged with Gray, Gray & Gray in 2012 and Tim became a Gray, Gray & Gray partner.

Tim is a graduate of Boston College and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants. He resides in Boston, MA, but was a long-time resident of Newton, MA. Tim and his wife have two grown children and two grandchildren.

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