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Craig Eaton

Craig Eaton CPA, MST

Craig assists MFA customers in achieving the best possible after-tax outcome. With more than 20 years of experience, Craig leads MFA’s Business Tax Practice and collaborates with entities of all types including C-corp, S-corp and partnerships with a focus on transactional planning for mergers and acquisitions. Craig earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell and his Master’s Degree in Taxation from Northeastern University.

  • Motivated
  • Resilient
  • Composed

Notable Matters

Partnerships & pass-through entities we advocate for in their quest to achieve success

C-corps we advise regarding complex tax planning & compliance, audit, valuation & transactions

Part of the advisory team that provided strategic & financial guidance to New England Fitness during its sale to Centre Partners

Aggregate annual value of transactions in which we are involved

Technology companies we work with to provide a full-spectrum of financial solutions

MFA collaborates with customers operating in all 50 U.S. states

Financial services organizations we work with across investment management, banking, insurance, etc.

Areas of Focus

pass-through entities tax partnerships c-corps Entity Selection & Structuring mergers & acquisitions VC-backed companies business structure planning & consulting asc 740 accounting for income taxes cost segregation studies international tax

At the end of the day, it’s not just about filing tax returns, it’s about teammates. It’s not just about conducting audits, it’s about allies. Being a partner and not a vendor. This is the philosophy that guides how MFA works with each and every customer.

At MFA, we are intensely committed to designing and executing on a future that others consider simply unimaginable.

The energy we bring every day is transmissible. We have the choice, the power and the resources to drive the kind of transformation that will be impactful.

We at MFA see the challenge, the unknown, the ambiguity, not as an obstacle but as an opportunity.

At MFA, we’re in the business of changing lives, and it’s important to us to live up to that potential. In an environment in which the ability to focus on the future distinguishes performers from nonperformers, we’re eager to lead the way in guiding our customers to their envisioned success.

MFA is deeply committed to a culture of continuous learning and aligning our intellectual capital with that of our customers to meet their intended goals.

Weird/useless talent
What’s the best way to start the day?
Working Out
What do you wish you knew more about?
Playing Guitar
Which one day would you relive?
My first Red Sox game at Fenway Park

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