Boston Financial Advisory Group

at 1600 Boston-Providence High Way, Post Box : 92, Walpole, Boston, 02081 United States

Boston Financial Advisory Group (BFAG) is a one-stop-shop for all your accounting and financial consulting needs. We are a premier provider of managed financial accounting, consulting, and advisory services

Boston Financial Advisory Group
1600 Boston-Providence High Way, Post Box : 92, Walpole
Boston , MA 02081
United States
Contact Phone
P: (617) 502-0155


BFAG Advantage Team BFAG is unique in that our people combine qualification with industry experience. It is this rich industry exposure that differentiates us from others. The optimal blend of people and technology to forecast, identify and solve challenges for our customer makes us a breed apart. We leverage the expertise and experience of our management team to offer consulting and advisory services on a wide range of financial matters. We blend our advisory services with optimal use of technology to automate routine financial activities, make real-time management data easily accessible, and achieve statutory compliance with minimal intervention. Efficient management of funds, visibility into expenses, and strategic planning are the key to success. Our customers today rely on us for: • Top notch accounting automation services that drastically improve accuracy of their books with significantly lesser effort • International taxation, legal, regulatory, accounting and strategic financial expertise under one single roof • Just-in-time access to domain experts to address typical financial and accounting requirements and continuous access to support staff for smooth functioning of day-to-day financial activities • Proprietary applications for MIS and reporting, expense processing, compliance management and tighter financial control at the click of a button.

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