Todd M. Koransky, CPA

Tax Planning and Compliance Services
Todd M. Koransky, CPA | Williams Benator & Libby, LLP
Email: [email protected]


University of Georgia

  • Master of Science, Taxation
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, Accounting



  • Director, ALEF Fund Board
  • Director/Treasurer, Atlanta Jewish Music Festival Board
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants

“The best parts of my job are the people I work with, the clients I get to serve and the great culture of WBL. The world of accounting and taxation is constantly changing, which means that my clients’ businesses are always changing. I love being challenged and there is something new to learn every day.”

Todd is a tax partner with specific experience serving clients in the software, technology, manufacturing, distribution, staffing and professional services industries as well as private investment funds. Since joining the firm in 1999 as an intern, he has worked with corporations, partnerships, trusts, estates, individuals, publicly traded companies and organizations owned by private equity groups. He also specializes in business transaction services, accounting for income taxes (ASC 740), and tax planning and compliance for high net worth individuals.

Todd’s dream growing up was to become Superman or a police officer, but he enjoyed his accounting classes in college so much he decided to make it his career. He graduated from UGA with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and a Masters in Taxation. Todd is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants.

In his community, Todd serves as the treasurer of the Atlanta Jewish Music Festival. He also enjoys playing bass in the Temple Sinai Chai Fidelity band, riding his road bike, drinking good wine and eating good food. At the top of his bucket list is a trip to Burgundy, France, with his wife for a wine and food tour. Watching the Atlanta sports teams is another longstanding hobby. He was lucky enough to attend Game Six of the 1995 World Series when the Atlanta Braves won. Todd and his wife Meghan are raising their sons Jordan, Reid, and Brandon in Sandy Springs.

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