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“I love serving deal teams and affecting strategic initiatives. And I love being at celebrations of transactions closing. One of my favorite quotes comes from George W Bush, and it says ‘I’m a uniter not a divider.’ I try my very best to benefit multiple parties when I transact.”

Matthew Goldston CPA, CM&AA, CVA, CEPA

Director, Business Advisory

What I do for Clients

Hi, my name is Matthew, and I’ve worked for PKF Texas for 2 years. I have 27 years of experience in accounting. I love working with clients in Professional Services, Real Estate, Manufacturing and Distribution and Technology, focusing on private equity with strategic teams where I can provide value as a consultant, as well as working with Boards of Directors.

I appreciate my clients by always thinking about them and ways to add value by being responsive and taking forward-thinking initiatives to appreciate their business.

When I’m not at work, you can find me with my wife and adult children at our Kona coffee and macadamia nut farms on the Big Island, or on the first tee box somewhere, anywhere, wishing I had practiced more, or hoisting my perpetual second place trophy in our family annual pickle ball tournament (where a D1 tennis career, gets you second place; every single year).

“I love serving deal teams and affecting strategic initiatives. And I love being at celebrations of transactions closing. One of my favorite quotes comes from George W Bush, and it says ‘I’m a uniter not a divider.’ I try my very best to benefit multiple parties when I transact.”

Matthew Goldston CPA, CM&AA, CVA, CEPA

Director, Business Advisory

What I do for Clients

Hi, my name is Matthew, and I’ve worked for PKF Texas for 2 years. I have 27 years of experience in accounting. I love working with clients in Professional Services, Real Estate, Manufacturing and Distribution and Technology, focusing on private equity with strategic teams where I can provide value as a consultant, as well as working with Boards of Directors.

I appreciate my clients by always thinking about them and ways to add value by being responsive and taking forward-thinking initiatives to appreciate their business.

When I’m not at work, you can find me with my wife and adult children at our Kona coffee and macadamia nut farms on the Big Island, or on the first tee box somewhere, anywhere, wishing I had practiced more, or hoisting my perpetual second place trophy in our family annual pickle ball tournament (where a D1 tennis career, gets you second place; every single year).

What does “Appreciating Your Business” mean to you?

To me it means partnering with clients to achieve the very best outcome available.

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What does “science” mean to you? And how do you use science in business?