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Abraham Alston, JR., CPA

Certified Public Accountant, Alston & Company (President)

In 1993 through vision and ingenuity, Abraham Alston, Jr. founded Alston & Company CPA's (formerly known as Alston & Perry CPA's), an African-American owned, Christ-centered, full-service accounting firm. Mr. Alston has directed and positioned Alston & Company to specialize in meeting the financial administration and tax needs of churches and other non-profit organizations, to develop a niche for serving small businesses, and to have a heart for individuals.

Abraham Alston, Jr., a licensed certified public accountant in the states of New York and New Jersey, has extensive knowledge and vast experience in accounting, auditing, and tax-related services. He earned a Bachelor or Arts degree in Accounting from Hofstra University, NY in May 1982, and a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from New York University in September 1993. Abraham Alston, Jr. has over 20 years of expertise specializing in a wide array of financial and tax-related services.


Abraham Alston, Jr. is a member of the American Institute of CPAs and the State Society of CPAs in New York and New Jersey. His work experience includes various levels of management in the accounting/auditing departments of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, the New York City Comptroller's Office, and National Westminster Bank. His public accounting experience was obtained at Mitchell & Titus and Company CPAs which is the largest African-American owned accounting firm in the nation. For government agencies, HUD, and non-profit entities, Abraham Alston has supervised many audit engagements. He has provided his accounting and computer expertise on analyzing internal controls and computer systems.


Abraham Alston currently serves as Treasurer and Staff Pastor at The Cathedral International in Perth Amboy, NJ, where Bishop Donald Hilliard, Jr., is the Senior Pastor. He also appears as a guest lecturer on Church Administration at New Brunswick Theological Seminary in New Brunswick, NJ.