Robert Wamhoff Named in Barron’s 2016 Top Financial Advisor Rankings

ST. CHARLES, MO- 2016 marks the third year in a row that Robert Wamhoff, president of Wamhoff Financial Planning and […]

Market Volatility: What you should know, what you should do and what you should not do

Watching the stock market can be both exciting and frightening. It’s great to see it go up, but watching a […]

What’s keeping this unpopular bull market alive? Corporate Stock Buybacks.

The current seven-year bull market is the third longest in US Stock market history, and investors are beginning to get […]

3rd Annual Honduran Street Party Run to Benefit Timmy’s Mountain: Just Because We Care

Event to Take Place at Streets of St. Charles on Saturday, March 26th Once again this year, runners from across […]

A Word From Bob, March 2016

With February behind us, the phrase the “Ides of March” is synonymous with the foreshadowing of a potentially ominous event […]

A Word From Bob, First Quarter 2016 Newsletter

Hopefully everyone remembered someone special to them on Valentine’s Day, otherwise you likely found yourself in a bit of trouble! […]

401(k) Analysis

EFFECTS OF COMPOUNDING EARNINGS AND INVESTING PRUDENTLY A 401(k) plan can be one of your best options for attaining long […]

Storm Related Victims

If you were a victim of the recent Mississippi and Missouri storms you will have until May 16th to file […]

Rules of Investing

Start Early- You are never really too young to start or too late to start figuring out when you want […]

Research Analyst

Greetings! I would like to begin by introducing myself. My name is Brian Riggs, and I was hired at Wamhoff […]

This Year’s Guide to Identity Theft

Last year, nearly 10 million taxpayers fell victim to tax-related identity theft in which someone uses a stolen Social Security […]

A Word From Bob, February 2016

Salutations! Tax season is rapidly approaching and the accounting department here at Wamhoff is beginning to put in considerably longer […]

Annuities – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Many investors have a very defined opinion on annuities, which may stem from a previous purchase, something they’ve heard from […]

Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015

After much deliberation, Congress passed the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act on December 18, 2015, which includes many […]

Financial New Year’s Resolutions

2016 is just around the corner, and that means you’re probably making your New Year’s Resolutions. Bob Wamhoff, President of […]

A Word From Bob, January 2016

Greetings! I hope readers were able to take time away from their busy schedules to enjoy a respite from the […]

What Forms to Expect for 2015 Tax Returns for the Health Insurance Marketplace

In January, 2016 you will begin to receive several forms if you are either enrolled in the Health Insurance Marketplace […]

5 Things Women Need to Know About Social Security

Being a woman myself I feel it is important to educate women on social security benefits and what their choices […]

Key Steps with Your Money to Take Before Mid-life

So, as a father of four children, my responsibilities have only increased since I graduated from college. Even though I […]

Retirement Plan Limits for 2016

Roth: Remains the same at $5,500 (catch up contribution of $1,000) The phase-out to contribute to a Roth has increased […]