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Tim Tikalsky

Tax Principal

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(925) 271-8700

With almost 40 years of accounting experience, Tax Principal Tim Tikalsky specializes in tax planning, compliance, and consulting for medium-sized to large, closely-held companies, partnerships, and fiduciaries. He has extensive experience in handling engagement with multi-state and foreign operations. 

Tim is a leader in SSF’s Real Estate and Construction industry group and provides services including valuations, litigation support, cost segregation, performance management, retirement, and succession planning. 

Tim is a frequent contributor to professional and technical publications and events such as the San Francisco Business Times and the International Council of Shopping Center’s (ICSC) Annual Law Conference. He has also appeared several times as a guest on the “Gary Allen on Business” radio show, hosted by KNBR 680.

Tim has been an adjunct professor at California State University Easy Bay since 2006, where he also received his Bachelor’s in accounting and Masters in taxation. He is a licensed CPA in the State of California, Certified in Strategic Performance Management (CSPM), and is a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM). He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the California Society of Certified Public Accountants.  

Outside of work, Tim is active in the community, serving as a Board Member for the Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Fremont Chamber of Commerce. In his downtime, Tim enjoys playing lead guitar for a local Country/Western band that has been together for almost 20 years!

In Accounting: Since 1988

With SSF: Since 2019

California State University, East Bay

Tim Tikalsky on KNBR

Blog Insights from Tim

Tim Tikalsky Joins Sensiba San Filippo

SSF expands team with veteran Bay Area accountant Pleasanton, CA – October 24, 2019 – Sensiba San Filippo LLP (SSF), a leading Northern California-based accounting and business consulting firm, is pleased to announce the [...]