We are Fairwood Financial Services, PLLC and the offices of David A. Williams, CPA, CFP®. As you browse through our website, you will see that we have included useful resources such as information articles (in our Newsletter section).
We have provided a full range of accounting, tax planning, tax return preparation, estate and trust reporting, and small business consulting services to the Fairwood area for over twenty years.
Income tax reporting is simply processing historical financial events in compliance with current regulations while at the same time limiting your tax liability. Most accountants are (primarily) historians. At Fairwood Financial Services, we take our clients to the next level by assisting them in understanding not only what has happened in the past, but also what is happening now so they can make informed decisions for growth and continued success. We take the complexity out of tax laws and explain the best solutions for them and we do so at a reasonable rate.
From individual tax planning services to complex corporate consulting, Fairwood Financial Services is ready to be your full service accounting firm. Call us for a complimentary half-hour consultation (May through December). We look forward to hearing from you.
David A. Williams holds a current Washington state CPA license. Additionally, Mr. Williams is a Certified Financial Planner™(a professional designation issued by the Financial Planning Standards Board) and a QuickBooks ProAdvisor® (QuickBooks is the accounting program used by about 85% of small businesses in the U.S.). Mr. Williams is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, Washington State Society of CPAs and National Society of Tax Professionals.
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