In the mid-1990s, Tim and his partners built a small business into the largest tax consultant company in the country for employment tax credits. In 2003, they sold that business to a data processing company. Tim calls this his first “retirement.” He was forty-seven years old and looking to retire, but he ended up working another twelve years. When he left there, he and his partners bought a small tax consulting business in Alabama and moved it to their small town in South Carolina, where it still thrives today.
In 2004, he ran for the South Carolina State Senate, and in a very close and controversial race, ended up losing. Learn More >