Nathan Corbitt, CPA, CFA, CFP®

Partner | Wealth Advisor

Wealth Advice

Nathan’s experience as a tax advisor and keen understanding of investment strategy and economics allow him to provide individuals with a basic understanding of the most complex aspects of their financial lives.

Nathan is a Partner and Wealth Advisor at Brightworth and focuses his time on developing and implementing comprehensive wealth strategies for high net worth individuals. His passion is simplifying complex planning strategies into actionable steps, which he exercises in the development of wealth strategies for executives, business owners, medical professionals, and athletes.

Nathan began his career with regional public accounting firms as a specialist in the taxation of high-net-worth individuals, executive compensation and tax legislation and research. He received his Master of Accountancy from Georgia Southern University where he graduated as a University Honors Program Scholar. He is a Certified Public Accountant, a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM and a CFA Charterholder. He has also completed the AICPA’s National Tax Education Program.

Nathan is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and has served on the board of numerous charitable organizations including the Georgia Southern Wesley Foundation and Believer’s Church of Statesboro.

Nathan and his wife Melissa have two sons and a daughter and reside in Towne Lake. They are active members of Watermarke church. Nathan enjoys reading, skiing, golf, and most of all spending time with his wife and kids.


Authored Content

When Do I Want to Sell My Business?

Research shows that 75 percent of business owners are unhappy within a year of selling their business. This is why understanding when to sell your businessis so consequential

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Who Do I Want to Sell My Business To? (Part 2)

As mentioned in Part 1, most business owners will leave substantial dollars on the table when they sell their business, and less than one-third of business owners will be able to successfully transition out of their business.

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Business Owners: Are you asking the right questions? (Part 1)

If you’re a business owner, you’ve likely spent years, possibly decades, building your business. No doubt you’ve poured your heart, soul and much of your finances into making your business successful.  Unfortunately, if you’re like most business owners, you probably haven’t spent much time planning to capture the value you’ve created in your business. 

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