At Williams & Company P.C., we specialize in estate, trust, and tax matters. Our expert team offers decades of experience helping individuals develop and implement trust and estate plans that enable them to achieve their financial goals. Good estate planning is more than just drafting a will—it also includes developing a comprehensive plan to protect, grow, and preserve wealth and assets for both your own retirement and for future generations.
We can help you coordinate a sound plan by working in partnership with other trusted advisors, including your attorney. The end goal: to create a comprehensive estate and trust plan for business continuation, wealth protection, and minimization of estate taxes.
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With more of us likely staying close to home this summer, why not plan to either start a healthy and regular workout schedule or enhance your current routine? It’s never too late in the year to get your healthy on, so we’ve compiled a short list of tips to get you moving.
Summer is typically the time people start planning vacations—Disney World…cruises…the beach. This year, however, travel may not be in the cards. But that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice down time and fun with the family. Make this the year you plan a fantastic staycation! Here are some tips to make sure you can kick back, relax and have a memorable time with a vacation at home.
“Busy Season,” a term describing the whirlwind of adventures within the accounting world. A time of late nights, messy offices, and lots of snacks! Normally we tend to see the light at the end of the tunnel come March 15th, as only one deadline remains. However, this year, our three-month tax season sprint has spun into a six-month tax season marathon.