Rebecca Warren, CPA


Professional headshot of Rebecca Warren, CPA, a Shareholder at Walter Shuffain.

Rebecca Warren, CPA



An experienced listener, Rebecca uses the art of conversation to achieve her clients’ ideals when it comes to business sales and succession planning.

Rebecca Warren has years of experience within construction, real estate and manufacturing, building trust with clients through accounting, auditing and tax issues specific to those industries.

Not only does she help with their financial statement and tax compliance needs, Rebecca also spends a lot of time on the consulting side. She helps clients feel confident about their knowledge of financial reporting and forecasting. A focus on business systems helps her clients set business goals, identify key performance indicators and monitor their results. With this confidence, clients can scale their business by selecting the right investors and/or maintaining strong banking relationships.

Other common issues that Rebecca regularly addresses with clients include managing cash flow, growth strategies, preparing for industry or economic fluctuations and succession planning or exit strategies.

Rebecca earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Salem State University and her MBA and Masters of Science in Taxation degrees from Suffolk University. She believes in continuously building her relationships and spends a lot of time working on long-term client strategies for Walter Shuffain. She also enjoys mentoring staff to progress in their careers and take leadership positions in the firm. She is actively involved in the company’s leadership development program and sits on the coaching and evaluation committee. She also co-chairs planning the firm’s annual leadership retreat.


Rebecca is an active member of the Easton Moms Club where she contributes to monthly service projects, including running unit drives and volunteer events. Coming from a family of accountants, she always knew she would be an accountant.


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Spending time with family – that’s a big thing for me. When the kids are older, I can picture us traveling and seeing the world.