Navigating Your Financial Life
Through Effective Tax Strategies
When it comes to your financial life, it can be overwhelming to implement and manage multiple strategies, stay up-to-date with the latest tax regulations, and handle your many other responsibilities in life. By working with a financial and tax professional you trust, you will feel more confident in your financial future and have more time to focus on your passions in life.
I’m Sallie Mullins Thompson, a CPA, financial planner, and tax strategist who helps small business owners, families, and executives address all elements of their financial lives, including tax, investment, retirement, and asset risk.
My goal is to integrate these components into a cohesive strategy that makes sense according to specific objectives, values, time horizon, and risk tolerance. Rather than working with several different firms, my clients are able to rely on one person for their financial guidance.
My services include accounting and bookkeeping, income tax preparation, financial statements development, investment management, cash flow analysis and budgeting, college funding, retirement plans, and income protection.
As both a tax and financial professional, I consider all tax ramifications in financial decision-making with the purpose of helping you generate more disposable income for your savings, retirement, and legacy desires. Based in New York City, I work with clients throughout the entire metropolitan area.
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