Jed Wolcott always wanted to be a pilot, and he always wanted to fly for a living. But while he achieved his first dream, he early on discovered that he didn’t meet the vision requirements to be a pilot for the major airlines, so he decided to find another way to work in and around the industry he loved — and that’s how Wolcott & Associates was born.

As a young man with licenses as both a pilot and a CPA, Wolcott began his career in the finance and accounting functions of major airlines before hanging out his own shingle in 1985. At first, he didn’t have a particular set of services in mind, but he knew that the practice would revolve strictly around aircraft.

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