De Minimis Safe Harbor Expensing of Business Personal Property

By: Jackie Laberer What is safe harbor? A safe harbor is a provision in a law or regulation that protects […]



Tax Deadlines for 2016 Returns

By: Sandy Furuya Partnership returns (Form 1065) – New due date March 15th Extension deadline is Sept. 15th Individual returns […]



Changes for tax year 2017

By: Susan Taylor In 2017 the medical itemized deductions have affected those that are 65 and older. In prior years […]



Boom or Bust: 1st Quarter 2017

By: Kyle R. Jones & Brian Riggs “Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or […]



Sandy Furuya Assumes Ownership of Wamhoff’s Accounting Division

By: Bob Wamhoff When I established Wamhoff back in 1975, our original focus was accounting. We were a small firm […]



Breaking Bad Money Habits

By: Peggy Knobbe Everyone has bad habits, and all of them are hard to break. Smoking, biting your nails, eating […]



A Word From Sandy – February 2017

By: Sandy Furuya I will soon begin a new chapter in my life at Wamhoff, a journey that has spanned […]



A Word From Bob – February 2017

Salutations! While I have learned over the years that we never want to wish our lives away, I cannot help […]



A Word From Bob – January 2017

Greetings! I hope everyone had an enjoyable holiday season full of relaxation and time with family and friends. While I […]



Are Signs Telling Us the Market Will Keep Going Up, or Go Down?

It’s the question everyone is asking – will this market ever stop going up? Will the momentum continue to move […]



The Trump Market Rally – Will It Last?

Contrary to pre-election predictions that a Trump victory could result in a stock selloff of 8% – 10%, the market […]



2017 Standard Mileage Rates

On December 14, 2016, The Internal Revenue Service announced the 2017 Standard Mileage Rates for business, medical and moving purposes. […]



Now that he’s president-elect, what would Trump’s policies mean for you?

The long, brutal presidential campaign has come to a close, and the voters have spoken, electing Donald Trump as the […]



The Affordable Care Act (ACA): What’s Changed

IRS Extends Due Date for Providers and Employers to Issue Health Coverage Forms to Individuals On November 18, 2016, under […]



Tips to Prepare for a Long Retirement

With average life expectancies continuing to rise each year, it’s no wonder that most of us have friends, relatives or […]



How a Trump or Clinton Tax Plan Could Impact Your Retirement Planning

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have very different tax proposals, both of which could have an affect on your retirement […]



IRS Fake Tax Bills

On September 22, 2016 the IRS issued and alert to taxpayers and tax professionals to be on guard against fake […]



A Word From Bob – October 2016

Salutations! It has been several months since my last correspondence, but it feels good to get back into the swing […]



New Overtime Regulations to Become Effective December 1, 2016 – Are You Ready?

The Department of Labor (DOL) has finalized a rule that, effective Dec. 1, 2016, will make significant changes to the […]



Tips for Choosing a Roth IRA/401(k) versus a Traditional IRA / 401(k)

When planning for retirement, many investors find themselves asking which is the better way to go – a Roth IRA […]