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Company HIstory and Background

In the 40 years KPM has been conducting business, while we have added staff and clients and branched out into new industries, we have never really looked to those as a barometer of our success. We measure ourselves based on the success of our clients.

Firm History

  • 1968 Kevin P. Martin Sr. and a partner begin a small CPA and bookkeeping firm next to a bowling alley in Weymouth, Massachusetts
  • Two of their first clients, Boston Capital and BayCove Human Services remain with the Firm as clients today



  • KPM lets its hair down and expands its not-for-profit practice to include over a dozen agencies
  • The Firm adds several nursing home clients and moves into the third party billing arena



  • Kevin P. Martin, Jr. joins the Firm, branching into new markets
  • The third party billing market brings the Firm into medical practices, home health care companies and ambulance companies
  • The Firm leverages its not-for-profit experience and begins working with affordable housing syndicators, taking advantage of the opportunities presented by The Tax Reform Act of 1986



  • KPM continues to expand its presence in affordable housing and not-for-profit arenas, growing to national prominence and recognition
  • KPM begins serving a multitude of service companies, distributors, retailers, manufacturers and other commercial businesses
  • Technology and life sciences practices begin to grow along with the economy


  • KPM brings its affordable housing experience to Washington, as it works closely with lobbying groups to expand and reform legislation
  • Firm begins hosting industry summits and forums
  • Opens North Shore office in Danvers, Massachusetts
  • Firm is recognized by the Boston Business Journal as one of the largest CPA firms in Boston, and stays on the list each year thereafter
  • Firm is recognized by Junior Achievement and inducted into the Boston Business Hall of Fame
  • Co-sponsors The Greater Boston Affordable Housing Competition
  • KPM begins to develop its film and television production credit practice, working with major motion picture studios, production companies, independent filmmakers and advertising agencies


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