John F. Wilfore, CPA/PFS, CFP®
Director, Individual Taxation
John Wilfore adds deep technical expertise and practical tax and personal financial planning experience to AGH’s taxation practice. With over fifteen years of experience as a CPA and over twenty years working with individuals on their most important tax and financial planning needs, his experience allows him to work closely with individuals and business owners alike on their planning needs. John’s extensive experience includes tax planning and compliance, financial planning, cash flow analysis, insurance planning, financial advisement, benefit and stock option planning and more.
John’s dedication to honing his expertise sets him apart from his peers. In addition to fifteen years as a CPA, John is also a Personal Financial Specialist with the AICPA and a Certified Financial Planner. John represents entrepreneurs, corporate executives, and other high net-worth clients and presents planning workshops on stock options, Alternative Minimum Tax planning, and retirement planning.
John is dedicated and dependable in his work but also enjoys his free time. He graduated from Siena College in Loudonville, New York with a BBA in Accounting. When he isn’t assisting with a client’s needs, John enjoys traveling, skiing, and playing golf. Originally from Schenectady, New York, John moved to Atlanta in 1990 and currently resides in Smyrna, Georgia.
- Individual, Corporate and Partnership Taxation
- Cash Flow Analysis
- Stock Option Planning
- Benefit Planning
- Insurance Planning
- Retirement Planning
- Estate Planning
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Georgia Society of Public Accountants
- Geneva Group International
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