Michael J. Grimaldi, CPA
Mike joined Lumsden McCormick in 1990 and was named partner in 1999. He is the partner in charge of all services provided to health care institutions including hospitals and nursing homes, and is the Firm’s auditing and accounting technical expert responsible for the review of all financial statements issued. Mike has significant experience providing auditing, accounting, financing and business advisory services to the Firm’s larger and more complex clients, including nonprofit organizations and commercial businesses. He also helps coordinate all continuing professional education programs for Firm personnel.
Mike started his professional career with an international public accounting firm after graduating from Ohio Northern University with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, BDO Alliance USA, Health Care and Non Profit Industry Groups, Healthcare Financial Management Association, Medical Group Management Association and is a Leadership Buffalo graduate.
Active in the WNY community, Mike is a Past President and active member of the Rotary Club of Buffalo, Past President of the Rotary Club of Buffalo Foundation and Treasurer for various organizations including St. Mary’s School for the Deaf and the Foundation for Deaf Education. Mike’s past service to the United Way of Buffalo and Erie County includes acting as Campaign Coordinator and Accountants’ Division Coordinator.
Friday, June 22, 2018
Digital financial statements, in XBRL format, simplify data sharing and analysis. Here’s why you should consider switching from PDF reports to XBRL ones.
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Financial statements are supposed to tell how a business is performing, but are they really accurate and objective? Or are earnings being managed to make the company look healthier than it is?
Monday, March 19, 2018
Traditionally, income statement items take a back seat to assets and liabilities in an audit. But today’s auditors tend to use a more balanced approach.