Governmental entities are constantly working against a unique set of obstacles, including making difficult decisions in balancing their budgets, meeting the needs of constituency groups, and working through ever-changing accounting standards and increasing federal and state regulations.
Williams & Company knows the challenges that these entities face on a day-to-day basis and continues to provide quality services at economical rates. Cities must balance constituent expectations with budget constraints in order to properly maintain infrastructure and public services. School districts are challenged to maintain quality programs and services while regulations increase and funding decreases. We attend special trainings and maintain applicable reference materials to stay abreast of changes that directly affect government operations. For governmental entities of all shapes and kinds, we are always proactive in communicating with you and being your partner in solving financial issues.
We have a long-standing reputation for integrity, proficiency, and quality of service. Our specialty client base includes the following governmental sectors:
Drawing on our experience and strengths, our-relationship-based approach helps deliver the following services, so you can focus on running your government:
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
It’s that time of year when everyone can agree on one thing: Paying taxes is a drag. As we progress into a new tax season, follow these tips to help avoid a heavy tax burden this year:
To celebrate our 90th firm anniversary, the shareholders gifted staff and families a fun weekend in Omaha.
We met with fellow members of the ISCPA as well as ISCPA leadership, including CEO Cindy Adams and President Rod Foster. Iowa Dept. of Revenue Director Kraig Paulsen provided some insight to his department and how they are going to modernize it over the next 3-5 years. Once we arrived at the Capitol, State Auditor Rob Sand gave us some highlights regarding the State Auditor’s office and what has been going on during his first year in office.