Meredith Grabscheid, CPA
Senior Income Tax Accountant
As a Senior Income Tax Accountant for RWA Tax Solutions, Meredith Grabscheid is responsible for the preparation and timely filing of federal and state individual and fiduciary income tax returns, charitable returns, and tax estimates of the highest complexity. In addition, Meredith prepares and timely files other related tax returns, including non-profit, employment, and gift returns; prepares tax estimates and tax information documents; and performs complex calculations of various tax scenarios to assist and work with both clients and their fiduciaries on strategic tax planning.
Meredith joined RWA Tax Solutions in 2023. Prior to joining, Meredith spent nearly 8 years as a Tax Advisor at Loring, Wolcott & Coolidge where she assisted clients with their individual, fiduciary and not-for-profit tax needs. She began her career at Grant Thornton as a tax team member in their private wealth services group.
Meredith earned both a Master of Science in Accounting and a Master of Business Administration at Northeastern University. She is a Certified Public Accountant1 and a member of the Massachusetts Society of CPAs. Her undergraduate degree in psychology was awarded by Wheaton College (MA).
Meredith resides in Brighton with her fiancé and enjoys baking, gardening and jigsaw puzzling. She is a dedicated volunteer and supporter of Cake4Kids, a non-profit organization that provides free custom homemade birthday cakes to at-risk and underserved youth.
1 CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT (“CPA”) is a designation is granted by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (“AICPA”). To earn the CPA designation, candidates must have a bachelor’s degree, meet minimum experience levels, and pass the Uniform CPA Examination. Additionally, CPAs must meet annual continuing education requirements and adhere to a rigorous Code of Professional Conduct. CPAs are licensed and regulated by their state boards of accountancy.