Events | Join The Multi-Professional Consultants – MPC For Their Annual Community Appreciation Day – Sat Nov 28th

Posted November 3, 2015 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in Events ~ 2,535 views



Our community reporter — The city of Waltham in the State of Massachusetts is home to the largest concentration of Ugandans living in North America, great universities like Brandeis and colleges like Bentley are partly responsible for Waltham’s diversity. Ugandans living and working in this historical town once described by the Boston Globe as ‘little Kampala’ have flourished and blossomed in their businesses that range from restaurants offering catering services, healthcare, education, online radio stations, saloons to areas offering spiritual services. This growth has also led to the birth of professional services that help community members grow and expand their business models while providing the necessary tax education.


The Multi-Professional Consultants, LLC is an all in one company serving both Ugandans and Americans living in Massachusetts. Founded by Dr. Michael Kisembo an Adjunct Professor of Finance, Accounting, Taxation with experience in Operations and Strategic Management, a graduate of Hellenic College (BA ’83) and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology (MTS ’86), Dr. Kisembo holds an MBA from Suffolk University (’85), and a Doctorate of Business Administration from California Coast University (’02), and as a Tax consultant he is fully enrolled by the United States Department of the Treasury to act as an Tax Agent,  granted unrestricted rights to represent any taxpayer before the Internal Revenue Service in the US and Abroad.


And so come Saturday 28th November the Ugandan community in Waltham will be treated to an interactive give back forum featuring Multi Professional Consultants. This event that will also double as an MPC community appreciation day is meant to bring the community together in the spirit of thanksgiving.

According Dr. Micheal Kisembo the Ugandan community has grown prompting the community to undergo a change. We now have Ugandan elderly community of those baby boomers who arrived in the early 80s and the youth movement has now grown to form a league of their own. This growth has also come with some vices picked up in the community like drug use and other problems. Dr. Kisembo there sees this open dialogue as one way to instill a work ethic, discipline and focus among the youth.
This year’s forum will also offer career guidance and together with the International Women of Uganda – Boston chapter MPC hopes to increase awareness about career guidance and counselling services available to the Uganda Boston community. MPC as a company has grown although 80% of their clientele is non Uganda includes Asians, Russians, Indians, Haitians and Brazilians.
MPC as a company specializes in a wide range of services that include Accounting, auditing, documentation and notary, Preliminary immigration services, Translation of documents, Project planning and Analysis to mention but a few. The MPC staff is also fully trained in CPA and IRS agent training including representing clients in the Tax court.
On where he sees MPC going Dr. Kisembo says they are expanding to Uganda now that some of their clients are moving back home to set up new businesses and building their retirement homes.
MPC is also diversifying into Healthcare sector that is growing rapidly with many offering services in the sector with no skill training or healthcare background. This growth has led to companies with virtually no accounting experience to handle huge operational budgets ranging from 500,000 dollars to 7 million dollars in the State of Massachusetts.
Currently MPC employs 6 full time staffers but during their peak tax season these numbers doubles to 12 employees. All employees have an opportunity to pursue a CPA course at the company expense including the annual IRS exam that will be a requirement in 2016 to all those representing tax related clients.
The event on Saturday 28th November will be held at 959 Waltham St. Lexington, Massachusetts (Lexington Lodge of Elks) from 5:30pm onwards. It will also feature a dinner and live entertainment. The guest of honor is expected to be the Mayor of Waltham.  Dr. Kisembo therefore invites the Ugandan community in Massachusetts to join MPC as it helps bring financial stability to the Uganda Diaspora community in Massachusetts.

Some of areas to be discussed :

– How to chose and build Successful Careers.
– How to Maximize your Social Security Benefits.
– Critical Federal and State Tax Updates you should know.
– Obama Care or Affordable Care Act for 2015 that you ought to know.
– How to avoid debt and manage your credit properly.
– Community Involvement and youth Development.


At 8:00pm Dinner and Drinks will be Served. No Cash Bar Required. All Drinks are Sponsored by the Multi-professional Consultants LLC (MPC).  The Dinner will then be followed by a grand finale Dance featuring DJ Jammo Kasenge. Entrance to this event will be free of charge!

RSVP — Michael Kisembo

Michael M Kisembo
President & CEO
Multi Professional Consultants LLC
Professor of Finance, Accounting & Taxation
40 Crescent St Waltham, MA 02453
53 Morris St Everett, MA 02149


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