We give you personal attention

We strive for accuracy and timeliness

We save you time and money


We're here to serve all of your financial needs

Founded in 2015, Wilsman Financial is a full-service accounting and financial services firm located in Gainesville, FL. We serve and support clients throughout the Greater Gainesville, Alachua County, and Northern Florida markets in a variety of different industries with high-quality, professional service, with a personal touch. We're a small family owned business and we promise to take care of your financial like we would our own.


Our Accounting Solutions

At Wilsman Financial we pride ourselves on being there for you throughout every step of your businesses' journey. Whatever business you’re in, we’re ready to tailor our full range of services to your unique needs. When your profitability and future success are at stake, the cookie-cutter approach doesn’t work. So our experts dive deep into the nuances of your industry to understand exactly how we can help.

Some of our solutions include:

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We Offer Ongoing Accounting and Financial support

If you're looking for an ongoing financial partner, look no further. Our membership plans bring your peace of mind by taking over your financial worries. This is often referred to in the industry as a virtual CFO, and what it practically means is that we will work with continually to take care of all of your personal and/or companies financials.


What Our Clients Say About Us

"As a small business owner, Michael has been a life-saver for me! He stays on top of every little transaction which helps me know exactly how much I'm netting - no more hours of guesswork. Michael also makes filing my taxes amazingly simple since his bookkeeping services keep all my financial info up to date for tax time. Well worth the investment in his services, so he can manage my finances and I can manage my business."

ZenVibe Yoga

"Michael dropped everything to meet with us so we could understand the person we are working with, a rarity in today’s impersonal cyber world. He explained our incorporation options clearly and simply and made it all so easy to understand. He made the confusing tax jargon very easy to digest. Looking forward to the future!!!"

Darryl G

"I was a little apprehensive when I first found Wilsman Financial, because of a bad experience I had with a past CPA. My fears were unfounded and these guys turned out to be exactly what I needed. If you have a business and need accounting and bookkeeping go Wilsman - you can't go wrong! I was incredible happy and now recommend Wilsman Financial to everyone"

Cinta W

"I finally found my CPA! From the consulting stages to our ongoing accounting, Michael Wilsman has us covered. It's so nice to not have to stress out about all of this stuff any more and focus on my business. I've already told all my friends and recommend him hands down over any other local CPA"

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24 hours ago

As a way to help care for the victims of the recent Alabama and Georgia tornadoes -- and any other natural disaster -- we wanted to let you know about this resource page at the IRS which explains what kind of tax relief is available. Please share with anyone you know who has been affected. bit.ly/2h15CbG ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

Why are you procrastinating? 24 days left to file! Get your refund coming. ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

When it comes to deductions, recordkeeping is key. Being audited is ALWAYS a possibility (especially for small business owners), and you'll be glad later that you can prove your numbers are concrete. ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

On this first day of spring, here's a financial item to put on your spring cleaning list:

Logon to your online banking and download your monthly statements for the past year (or however long it's been since you last did so).

The bank won't keep these records forever, but they are something you should have. The rising trend of paperless statements means you likely don't have a bulging file cabinet at home with papers from the bank, but that doesn't mean you won't need these records. (And of course, be sure to backup those records on an additional external hard drive.)
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7 days ago

If you turned 70 1/2 in 2018, you are required to start taking payments from IRAs and workplace retirement plans by April 1.

There are some exceptions, so give us a call if you want to know about your specific situation. bit.ly/2TzZ9tK
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