Brenda M. Bianculli, CPA, LLC
Certified Public Accountant and Tax Advisor
The focus of my practice is to assist families and other professionals with various tax, accounting and administrative services associated with estates, trusts, fiduciaries and beneficiaries including, but not limited to, the following:
In addition to timely, high-quality service, I strive to provide all of my clients with very close, personal attention that should be expected by all individuals. The fiduciary role of executor, personal representative or trustee is an important responsibility and can be extremely overwhelming at times (especially if someone is also dealing with the loss of a loved one). I work closely with these fiduciaries and provide advice, guidance and assistance with some of the duties they are required to perform.
Brenda M. Bianculli, CPA, MST- Brenda is the principal of the firm. As an accounting major, she earned a Bachelors of Science Degree in Business from Nichols College and also holds a Masters of Science Degree in Taxation (MST) from Bentley College. Brenda worked for eight years with a medium-size Worcester public accounting firm before starting her own practice in 1997. She has taught accounting at an area college and participates in presenting seminars to various individuals and business groups. Brenda is closely involved in her community. She is a member of the AICPA (American Society of CPAs), MSCPA (MA Society of CPAs), the VFW Auxiliary and has volunteered her time as a member of the Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council in Washington, D.C., Corporator for Cornerstone Bank, Treasurer for Woman in Business, and Board of Advisors member for Nichols College. Previously she was a director on the Nichols College Alumni Board of Directors, member of Community Business Associates in Sturbridge, member of the Women's Information Network in Worcester, audit committee member for the United Way of Southbridge, Sturbridge and Charlton, Treasurer of the Shepherd Hill Regional High School Booster Club, and was involved with Girls Scouts and coaching town sports. She was selected a member of the Worcester Business Journal's "Forty-Under-Forty" in the year 2003. She is married and has two children.