Building service partnerships
Bregante + Company LLP was founded in 1976 with the belief that CPAs can do much more than simply provide traditional accounting and tax compliance services to their clients. Today, Bregante is still firmly committed to the notion that, as CPAs, we are in a unique position to be a valuable resource to our clients in every aspect of their financial decision making process. Our clients include closely held businesses, high net worth individuals, and nonprofit organizations throughout the greater San Francisco Bay Area.
At Bregante, we nurture “service partnerships” with our clients that enable us to advise strategically and comprehensively, and to provide creative and technically sound advice in a highly personalized manner. The key is in our approach. We establish a close, interactive relationship with our clients by speaking and meeting with them frequently, and taking all issues – personal and professional – into consideration when advising them. In doing so, we become a valuable and trusted member of each client’s business or financial team. It’s an approach that allows us to meet our objective: to give sound advice, from a financial and tax perspective, that provides the foundation for success in the long term.
The right people, the right team
Many of our partners and managers received their training from national accounting firms, and several have served in industry positions as well. Our clients benefit from that broad experience as well as our collective commitment to long-term relationships and our flexible, personal approach to client service.
Over the 35+ years that we have been serving clients in the San Francisco Bay Area, we have developed relationships with a broad network of professional advisors who we believe are experts in their respective fields: attorneys, bankers, financial advisors, retirement plan specialists and administrators, real estate brokers, insurance brokers and others. We encourage our clients to call us with any business or financial issue that they may have; if we cannot help solve it ourselves, we can usually add another professional to the team who can.