Meet WSS CPAs & Consultants
We have new partners… and a new office in Fargo
For those who have known us for two-plus decades as the full-service accounting firm Williams & Parsons, PC, we have some big news: We’ve expanded, with new partners, a new name and a second office in Fargo, N.D.
Company co-founder Brad Williams has announced the addition of new partners Mark Schiller and Jacob Styer, as the company becomes Williams, Schiller & Styer, PC with the new name for our firm of WSS CPAs & Consultants.
Williams & Parsons was founded in 1995 when Williams merged his practice with Paula Parsons Hall. Sadly, Paula Hall passed away in January of 2019.
“As we continue to grow and evolve as WSS CPAs and Consultants, we will strive to honor Paula’s legacy,” Williams said. “We want to carry forward her passion for creativity, integrity and commitment to excellence for our clients.”
WSS CPAs and Consultants remains in its Sandpoint offices at 708 Superior Street. Meanwhile, the new office in Fargo opened this month with Schiller, a former Sandpoint resident, as its managing partner.
“With the expansion of the Fargo office and the addition of two new partners, we’re excited for the future and for our growing services for both individuals and businesses,” said Schiller.
“Our goal is always to ensure that WSS delivers high-quality, timely tax and accounting services customized to each client’s needs,” added Styer.
For small businesses, services include bookkeeping, payroll and more. See more about the firm’s services at its new website: www.wsscpas.com.
One major new addition to its offerings are business valuation services, offering business owners a professional, objective analysis of company value with careful consideration of each unique situation.
Williams, Schiller & Styer Wealth Management, LLC, operating with the firm name WSS Wealth Management is an affiliated, independent, fee-only Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) firm that focuses on true wealth management for individuals, families and estates.
“We want to know about your family, your background, your goals and dreams,” said Williams. “Long-term relationships are our foundation.”