Ann Bodvar


Ann joined Sachetta in 2000 as a staff accountant. Ann understands the accounting function and is adept in various accounting software packages. She is the office expert in Quickbooks, Peachtree, and Quickbooks Online.

A mother of one and grandmother of two, she currently lives in Winthrop and enjoys spending her free time with her grandchildren.

“When I was in high school I took business courses. I loved bookkeeping because it always has an answer.  I thought I would do something with that. After graduating high school I worked as an office manager in an insurance company, then took time off to have my daughter.  I then went to secretarial school and when I graduated I took a job as a secretary to the president at a bank in Boston, but I felt that I should go back to school to do what I truly loved.  That’s when I went back to school for accounting and while in school I did various jobs at a temp agency and eventually I moved over to public accounting and found I loved doing taxes.  I worked fifteen years at a firm in Malden before settling in at Sachetta Callahan.”

3 Questions with Ann

"What’s your favorite thing about working at the firm?"

The people here are so nice. They’re all good, honest, hardworking, smart people. I’ve learned so much from them. We’re like one big extended family.

"What’s special about your Sachetta clients?"

I have great clients. Some of them have been with me for 20 years. They trust me, and appreciate me and what I do for them. I know about their families — and even their pets!

"If you could have dinner with anyone dead or alive, who would you choose?"

My mom. She passed away in February this year. I love her and I really miss her. I’d love to talk with her again.

Ann's Latest Posts

Recent Blog Posts

Comprehensive Financial Planning: Seven Elements to Address

Navigating the uncertainties of life can be challenging, but with comprehensive financial planning, you're not just preparing for the unknown—you're taking steps to pursue your goals no matter what th...

Read More

Selling Your Primary Residence? How to Exclude Your Gain From Tax

Is there any chance you’ll sell your home soon? If so, maximizing your Section 121 exclusion needs to be part of the planning process for the sale. This provision allows qualified homeowners to exclud...

Read More