Gabriel Malavolti

CEO

Gabe brings a technical background in financial products, insurance, real estate, and advanced tax planning to the firm where he serves as a holistic advisor for our clients. Before working at Tavola Group, Gabe was an international tax manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers specializing in international business structuring and foreign currency exposures. Gabe received his juris doctor and masters in tax law from Loyola University Chicago School of Law in 2014, and is also a certified public accountant, licensed insurance agent, realtor, and financial advisor. Gabe has served many roles for small and middle market business owners over the years including risk manager, CFO, legal counsel, accountant, insurance agent, and more.

In his free time, Gabe loves traveling and spends a good part of the year traveling the world with his wife and four children while working remotely.

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Tavola Group helps various service businesses and solopreneurs with their accounting, tax, and business growth. We work with real estate agencies, restaurants, online stores, vet clinics, dentists, doctors, hotels, and creative teams. Our main focuses include making sure our clients follow all the rules in accounting and tax compliance, saving them time by handling their paperwork, and helping them grow their businesses. We’re here to make things simpler and clearer and take the stress out of managing the internal accounting function of a business.

Tavola Group serves a wide range of small businesses with specialized expertise in business brokerage. We assist independent property and casualty (P&C) insurance brokers, real estate professionals, bars, restaurants, e-commerce entities, and various healthcare offices. Our expertise also extends to the hospitality sector and creative agencies. Our clients often pursue growth through acquisitions and value foresight in business valuation and exit strategies for smooth future transitions.

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