About GGC

George, Goldstein Co. has been serving the Philadelphia community for over 40 years.

George, Goldstein Company is a Philadelphia-based tax firm with over 40 years of Accounting experience. Our goal is to serve our community by acting as a bridge between our clients and the Government. By providing superior-quality tax, accounting, payroll, and financial consultative services, we assist members of our community to create their businesses, pay their taxes, pay their employees, feed their families, and ultimately work towards the American Dream.

We’ve spent years providing meaningful, comprehensive financial and business counsel to each of our clients. It’s this personalized, client-focused service that sets us apart from other accounting firms. From taxes to business consulting & wealth management, we deliver creative, proactive services in a cost-effective manner to help our clients achieve their distinct business and financial goals.

We represent our clients in all dealings with the IRS, including responding to communications and pursuing procedural and administrative remedies to attain the best outcome and relief for audits, etc. Even if you haven’t filed your taxes for a number of years, we can help get you back on track in restoring your financial security.

Our staff is committed to the success of our clients. We deliver the resources, expertise, and capability of a Big Four accounting firm together with the responsiveness and accessibility of a local partner. What started as just a man with a dream has become a successful full-service financial services firm that services clients nationally. Contact us today to speak to a financial professional about your needs.

About George Mathew, CPA

George Mathew is a Certified Public Accountant and the president of George, Goldstein Company, which is located in the Northeast section of Philadelphia. He specializes in tax accounting for corporations, partnerships, LLCs and LLP’s, non-profit organizations, and the general public. Mr. Mathew is an award-winning facilitator with more than 40 years of successful experience as an accountant, tax preparer, regional manager, director, and national convention/event organizer. He is skilled in a comprehensive range of accounting, auditing, financial report preparation, budget creation and administration, payroll processing, and financial planning.
In addition, Mr. Mathew is a strong planner, organizer, and problem solver who uses current concepts to help clients recruit personnel, train staff, and develop business solutions to increase productivity, efficiency, and profitability. He is also an expert in contract negotiation and customer relations.
Mr. Mathew served in the Indian Air Force for 8 years and migrated to the United States in 1978 with a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from the University of Delhi, India. He decided to continue his education in the field of Business Administration/Accounting. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and received a Masters degree in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Mathew has been very active in community activities since 1978. He was recently the President of FOMAA (Federation of Malayali Associations of the Americas), the largest secular Malayali organization (a Federation of 52 Keralite Organizations in North America). He also currently serves on the Philadelphia City Tax Review Board (a five-member administrative board). He is one of the original founders of KALAA, Malayali Association of Delaware Valley, where he has held a multitude of positions including being a three-time President. He was General Secretary of FOKANA (twice), a national organization for Keralites in North America. He is one of the key people responsible for organizing national conventions held in Philadelphia, Orlando, Chicago, and Toronto. More than 5,000 delegates from all over the world have attended these conventions. He is also the founding Secretary of SMCC, a national Indian Catholic Organization. He was elected to serve as the president of SMCC from 2002 to 2004.

Outside of the indian community, Mr. Mathew has also held positions within the City Government of Philadelphia. He served as a member on the Commission of Human Relations (5 years) and Asian-American Affairs (4 years) in Philadelphia. He has also served as a commissioner on Governor Edward G. Rendell’s Advisory Commission on Asian-American Affairs in the State of Pennsylvania, and member of the Commission on Mayor Michael Nutter’s Advisory Commission on Asian-American affairs in the City of Philadelphia. He continues to serve on many boards in the Philadelphia area.

Mr. Mathew has received numerous awards including a community service award from the prestigious India Journal. He is also the recipient of Council of Indian Organization’s community service award. Most recently, Malayalee Association of Greater Philadelphia honored him by awarding him yet another Community service award.