The Wamhoff Blog: An Introduction

Greetings! Wamhoff Financial Planning & Accounting is excited to announce that we are going to be starting a new blog. […]

How Often Should You Check Your Financial Portfolio?

Ask anyone how often you should check your portfolio and you’ll get answers ranging from every hour, to every month, […]

Sandy Furuya Named “Beyond the Best in Business” by Streetscape Magazine

Wamhoff Senior Accounting Manager, Sandy Furuya has been honored with a 2014 Beyond the Best in Business award by Streetscape Magazine, […]

Wamhoff Makes List of Best Accounting Firms in St. Louis for the Fifth Year

St. Louis Small Business Monthly names Wamhoff as one of the Top Three Accounting Firms for 2014 For the fifth […]

What’s a KILLER PARTY, without KILLER FOOD? EPC’s Classic Carfest Charity Carshow will feature FOOD TRUCKS again this year! WILL YOU BE THERE (to chow down)? Look for tasty stuff from: Stlouisianaq, Seoul Taco, @WingNutz, The Cheese Shack and @Cool Times! They’ll all be here,waiting for YOU to eat THIS SATURDAY!

Happy Friday to all!


Is it wise to spend retirement savings on your child’s education?

A recent study by Sallie Mae found that about 18-percent of parents plan to use retirement savings for their children’s […]

The Roller Coaster Ride Continues

My recent commentary in July was focused on the roller coaster ride that we have experienced in the U.S. stock […]

Mandy Murphey’s Stories from Honduras Nominated for Mid-America Emmy

Have you heard the news? Mandy Murphey’s news story on Just Because We Care has been nominated for a Mid-America […]

IRS audits still possible when rates lowest since 2005

While the overall audit rates are trending down to the lowest levels since 2005, there’s still a possibility that you […]

The Wamhoff Family Welcomes Lynn

The Wamhoff Family would like to welcome Lynn Sheehan to our family. Lynn Sheehan joined the Wamhoff Accounting Team in […]

A New Addition!

Baby Smith has arrived! Wamhoff would like to wish our CPA/Senior Accountant Melody Smith and her family congratulations on their […]

Tips to help manage financial stress

According to a recent study, nearly 20% of adults in their 40′s, 50′s and 60′s find themselves in the sandwich […]

Wacky Market Indicators

There are many times in our industry when we are castigated for taking things too seriously, so let us take […]

Questions & Answers with Cherrie

Meeting with and talking to clients on a daily basis gives me the opportunity to answer the many questions about […]

Sound Financial Advice is Worth the Fees: A Real Life Example

In today’s inter-connected world of fast paced, algorithmic based trading, where more shares are being traded by computers than by […]

How to Prepare for Natural Disasters by Safeguarding Tax Records

With so many natural disasters occurring recently, the Internal Revenue Service encourages individuals and businesses to safeguard their records against […]

The latest IRS scam right here in St. Louis

Tax season has been over for a while, but the scams continue and the IRS is warning taxpayers to beware. […]

Hang on for a Roller Coaster Ride

When we think about roller coasters in the summertime, images of amusement parks and carnivals typically come to mind – […]

Saving Tips For Recent College Grads

The National Center for Education Statistics estimated that nearly three million associate’s and bachelor’s degrees, and close to one million […]