George Iacobaccio, CPA
George Iacobaccio is a Kingston, NY CPA that offers tax preparation, accounting and bookkeeping services. With years of experience under his belt, he’s widely regarded as one of the top tax preparers in the area.
He is a proud family man, married to Kelley and parents to Jake and Shannyn.
Early Life and Education
Early childhood experiences and environments have a lasting effect on a child’s brain development, physical health and social skillset.
In the early years of life, parents are a child’s primary educators. But for healthy development and socialization outside the home, children require active stimulation and interaction with others.
Early childhood years are essential for children to build strong emotional foundations, such as self-confidence, respect for others and positive self-belief. These can help children navigate academic difficulties such as taking risks and social-emotional difficulties like belonging to a group.
George Iacobaccio is a CPA based in Kingston, New York who offers tax preparation, planning, bookkeeping and accounting services to his clients.
He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from SUNY New Paltz. Additionally, he has worked as a consultant for various financial institutions.
He is a proud father to Kelley R Oconnor-Iacobaccio and an adoring husband to Mary D Iacobaccio. In his free time he enjoys reading, playing board games, traveling and cooking; in addition to this he also loves golfing! George Iacobaccio has many friends and is well rounded in every sense of the word; most importantly though is his incredible smile which will put you at ease from the very moment you meet him.
Achievements and Honors
George Iacobaccio has been instrumental in some of Ulster County high school football’s most remarkable comebacks. He led Rondout Valley from 0-9 last year to 7-3 status and earned them a place in this fall’s Section 9 Class B championship game.
He’s an inspiring force of energy, and that drive has inspired his players to reach their highest potentials. That drive helped him engineer one of the greatest comebacks in Section 9 history this fall.
The Ganders, who had gone 4-23 the prior three years, started this fall on a tear with six straight victories. They thrashed Onteora 50-0, Dover 42-16, edged Highland 14-13, shutout Tri-Valley 63-14 and beat Red Hook 24-3 to earn their first sectional berth in six years.
George Iacobaccio has an infectious energy and infectious enthusiasm. He’s known for being personable and enthusiastic when it comes to sports activities.
His enthusiastic coaching style has seen Rondout Valley High School go from being a perennially mediocre football program to one of the region’s top teams. After going 0-9 last season and not fielding a varsity team for five years, the Ganders went on an incredible winning streak this fall and reached the Section 9 Class B championship game.
Iacobaccio’s role as head coach has seen him channel the power of positive thinking to transform the Ganders into a force in their division. Additionally, his enthusiasm has been a boon to the local community; he spearheaded efforts to install portable lights so the team could play some night games, which has drawn in supporters from nearby areas.