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.
With extensive experience providing full-service tax and accounting to the agriculture and farming industry, we are intimately familiar with cash flow management, depreciation and tax benefits for farmers, and the USDA farm program and FSA requirements. We can also answer...read more
We understand the difficult balance of managing your business and delivering high-quality patient care while also managing complex accounting tasks. Relieve yourself of time-consuming back-office accounting work by outsourcing it to our team of experts....read more
Let’s face it. Kids aren’t cheap, so you have to save money where you can. Back-to-school shopping is a good place to start because costs can add up quickly—especially if you have more than one child. Consider these tips for sending your kids back to school without breaking the bank.
The technology environment is constantly evolving which means exciting opportunities and significant threats to our business and personal data. There are many ways to protect our technology but one of the most important comes in the form of security patches. Our computers run on operating systems. These operating systems have built-in safeguards that mitigate the risk of a security breach but they need to be constantly updated to stop new threats that are arising daily. Security patches update those safeguards and close security holes.
According to the commission's online claims process, those whose personal information was exposed can opt for 10 years of free credit monitoring, which breaks down as follows: Four years via the three major credit bureaus (Equifax, Experian and TransUnion) and six years specifically through Equifax.