Christopher R. Goulette, CPA

"Unlike most Vermonters who don’t like change, we at A.M. Peisch thrive on change. Our firm remains at the forefront of technology, and with our five offices throughout the state, we are able to serve the needs of our vast array of clients from Vermont, New Hampshire and Upstate New York.”

We take pride in providing the best possible service to our clients, and at A.M. Peisch & Company, you are not just a number, you are family. 

Chris joined the firm in 1984 and is a partner in the St. Albans office. He specializes in providing auditing, accounting, tax, and consulting services to local area businesses, non-profits and local governments. Chris has primarily concentrated in serving the agricultural, construction and non-profit industries, as well as local towns and school districts. He also provides tax preparation and planning services to individual taxpayers.

Chris is a member of the firm's Audit and Accounting Committee. He has attended and participated in various industry conferences and seminars and is active in industry forums and continuing education programs. Chris annually attends the AICPA Government and Non-Profit Training Program so that he may better serve his current and future clients in the local government and non-profit sectors.

Chris earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Western New England University  in 1984 and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Vermont Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Chris has served on the board of directors of several organizations. He is currently the treasurer of Franklin County Superior Court, as well as the treasurer of the St. Albans Little League, the Cubby Hurlbut Men’s Twilight League and is a member of a local business group B2B Vermont. Besides being an avid golfer, Chris spends a majority of his free time helping with youth sports in the area. Chris is married with two children.

cgoulette@ampeisch.com


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