About


Stevens & Sweet Financial is an accounting & tax preparation firm located in Tuxedo, New York.

For more information about what we offer, please see our services page.




William Sweet, CFP®

Bill serves as the firm's President, and is a Certified Financial Planner™ professional. The CFP® mark represents a high level of competency, ethics, and professionalism in the financial community. Bill joined the firm in 2007. You can find him on Twitter.

He is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) and holds a bachelor's degree in Computer & Systems Engineering.

Before joining Stevens & Sweet, Bill was a Captain in the United States Army and served on active duty as an Armor officer. He was stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado, Fort Knox, Kentucky, and served during Operation Iraqi Freedom I (2003-2004), winning a Bronze Star for valorous action in combat. He currently holds an inactive commission in the US Army Reserve.

Bill joined Ritholtz Wealth Management as an Investment Advisor Representative in 2016, serving clients in a fiduciary relationship with the Ritholtz team. Find out more by visiting ritholtzwealth.com.


Dedicated to supporting the Tuxedo community, Bill serves as the Treasurer of the Tuxedo Park Library, and is a Trustee of the Tuxedo Historical Society. From 2008-2015, he was a member of the Board of Trustees and President of the Tuxedo Chamber of Commerce.




Gregory G. stevens


Greg is the firm's founder and is a lifelong resident of Tuxedo. He began preparing income tax returns after a career in banking in 1974 before founding Gregory G. Stevens Inc., which would become Stevens & Sweet in 2011.

Greg serves as both the Tax Assessor and Tax Collector for the Town of Tuxedo.

Greg is a member of St. Mary's-in-Tuxedo Episcopal Church and is a regular volunteer within the organization. He is a former Tuxedo Park Fire District Commissioner and was a founding member of the Tuxedo Chamber of Commerce.

He is an avid Camaro enthusiast, and completely restored a 1967 car with his son, Christopher, over a six-year period in the 2000s.

Outside of tax season, Greg can usually be found on the golf course with his friends, or spending time with his children and grandchildren. He also disappears about a week or so before Christmas, curiously right around the time this guy makes his annual appearance.