Amy works with small– to medium–sized, mostly family owned, business within all industries. She prepares individual tax returns along with business returns and consults with businesses on retirement options, succession planning, outsourced accounting service needs, and tax planning. Amy has also worked extensively with cost segregation study benefits and like–kind exchanges for real estate investments. She maintains full accessibility for her clients and insists that they can always reach her directly for any questions they may have. Her goal is to explain any recommendations she may have for her clients so they can make the best decision for themselves and for their business.
Years of Experience
Valdosta State University, Bachelor’s
Valdosta State University, Master’s
Professional & Civic Leadership
- Treasurer and Board Member of Rotary Club of Tifton
- Board of Director’s Wiregrass Farmer’s Market
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
I am a dedicated runner of distances up to a half marathon.
INSIGHTS FROM Amy G. Hightower
Hunger Relief Efforts Can Yield Tax Benefit for Farmers
Is Your Rental Real Estate a Business?
2021 Year-End Tax Planning for Individuals & Families: Strategize, Optimize, Maximize
IRS Clarifies Temporary 100% Deduction for Restaurant-Purchased Meals
Boost Your Cash Flow with Net Operating Loss Carrybacks