A principal for the tax and business consultancy Friedman LLP, CPA William Timlen possesses more than 15 years of experience as a public accountant. Based at the firm’s New York City office, he concentrates his practice on the tax dimensions of passive loss regulations and partnerships. For his diverse clientele, including high-net-worth individuals, organizations with international concerns, and real estate owners and developers, he provides tax, savings, and investment strategies. CPA William Timlen renders several services to optimize clients’ financial planning, including intricate examination of federal and state taxes and determination of untapped areas for business development and added revenue. He also analyzes the tax implications pursuant to instances where debt obligations have not been met, such as distressed real estate transfer, bankruptcy, or deed in lieu.
Outside of his career in public accounting, William Timlen enjoys staying physically active and plays baseball, football, and basketball, along with lifting weights and participating in CrossFit training. While a student at Notre Dame High School, he earned recognition as a first team all-state baseball player and received attention from scouts for the New York Mets. At Providence College, William Timlen helped the baseball team win the 1992 Big East Championship and proceed to the NCAA Division I Baseball Regional Tournament.