Winter Accounting & Advising, LLC (WAA) is committed to ensuring that each of our clients have the guidance and resources they need to optimize their goals and run their business successfully and efficiently. We offer a personalized experience to each of our clients by maximizing our availability, prompt attention, and responsiveness to every individual or business matter. This gives them a peace of mind so they can focus on their personal and business goals knowing they have a valued CPA and business advisor just a phone call away that provides competent and thorough professional advice.
Will, the founder of WAA, has a passion for assisting start-up companies and small to medium-sized companies achieve success by working directly with business owners and their valued staff.
William (Will) is the founder of Winter Accounting & Advising, LLC. He has over 15 years of experience providing accounting, tax, advisory, and consulting services to an array of individual and business clients throughout the United States and internationally. Will earned his Bachelor of Science in Marketing from SUNY Old Westbury in Long Island, NY and his Master of Accountancy Degree from The George Washington University in Washington, DC.
He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA). Additionally, he serves as Chair of the Western PA Tax Conference Committee, is a member of the Executive Committee of the PICPA Pittsburgh Chapter, and speaks at various tax seminars held in the Greater Pittsburgh region.
Upon entering our lobby, you will immediately be looking at a piece of Pittsburgh history. During our renovations, we uncovered a wall dating back to when our building was the original Verona jailhouse. This wall was so beautiful when we discovered it that we decided to maintain its integrity and showcase it to all of our visitors. The longer you stare at it, you will start to see the various paint colors that were used throughout the years. The paint is splattered here and there and makes the wall a great piece of art.
We proudly serve espresso, cappuccino, and coffee from a local coffee house to all individuals during our in-office meetings!
Nestled directly in the heart of Verona, our building is a great piece of Pittsburgh history. The building was originally used as Verona’s jailhouse. When the jailhouse moved its location, the building had a handful of different owners until we acquired it in January 2018. Rumor has it that behind our building is the country’s smallest street block. However, the name of this so-called smallest block remains a mystery (if you know the name please share it with us!). As you enter our building, you will immediately be greeted by a warm, friendly receptionist and will also be staring at a wonderful piece of art. This piece of art is one of the original walls from when the building used to be the jailhouse (click here to read about this piece of art). There is so much beauty in this wall that we decided to keep it untouched so that all of our visitors can appreciate what we see every day.
Wait, it gets better. What used to serve as a jail cell is now a restroom! How cool is that! Make sure to ask to see it (or use it) upon visiting. Our basement has a reinforced steel door that leads you to what used to be the armory of the old jailhouse. To this day, this room remains untouched (other than having no guns, ammo, or old files in it). Our plans over the next couple of years is to renovate the basement and make it into a combination of a gym, lounge, and possibly wine cellar (AKA the old armory). Although not currently open to visitors, we plan on bringing guests down to see the newly renovated basement upon completion of the renovations. What used to be office space on the second and third floors for the old jailhouse was converted to residential living quarters at some point after the jailhouse moved. During our renovations, we converted it back to office space for our valued staff, complete with a kitchen, restroom, and dining area.