Watch Out for Coronavirus Scammers

Watch Out for Coronavirus Scammers

Many people in our country and around the world are fearful of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the repercussions of this pandemic. With that fear comes the possibility of vulnerability to scammers who are capitalizing on these fears in multiple ways. • They are...

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Keeping Your Mind Healthy

Keeping Your Mind Healthy

Each Tuesday, we share a blog about accounting, advisory services, technology or our team. We will continue to do so, but will also sprinkle in some resources to help you through this challenging time. Today, we’d like to share an article from UVA Today about...

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Should You Pay Down Your Home Mortgage Early?

Should You Pay Down Your Home Mortgage Early?

If you routinely have extra cash on hand after paying off your monthly bills, you might want to consider paying down your home mortgage balance faster than is required under your loan agreement. This can be a powerful way to invest surplus cash. But it's not right for...

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Direct Deposit Scam

Direct Deposit Scam

Scammers are becoming more and more creative each and every day. Lately, it seems like every week a new scam comes out that can affect almost any organization.  It’s important to constantly review procedures to prevent being taken advantage of by the scammers. We have...

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Get to Know Monte Glanzer, Hantzmon Wiebel Manager

Get to Know Monte Glanzer, Hantzmon Wiebel Manager

Lola, 6, bounces down the stairs to visit with her grandparents, snuggled in the home on the lower level. The next day, Lola and Elsie, 4, walk hand-in-hand down the street to their other grandma, just three doors down. It sounds idyllic because it is. Almost three...

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Is This for Real?

Is This for Real?

You get an email from the CIA saying you’re owed $1.5 million. First, you must send $320 and your personal information, then you will get an ATM card with the PIN code to collect. Sounds too good to be true, right? It is. It’s gotten so bad that the U.S. Secretary of...

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New Tax Law Provides 10 Key Breaks for Individual Taxpayers

New Tax Law Provides 10 Key Breaks for Individual Taxpayers

A recent spending package signed into law by President Trump on December 20 retroactively resurrects and/or extends several key tax breaks through 2020. It also provides tax relief for victims of federally declared disasters. Here are ten breaks that can benefit...

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How Can Passive and Active Income Impact Your Taxes

How Can Passive and Active Income Impact Your Taxes

We all hate losses, but sometimes it happens in business. Whether you run your own business or are involved in other investments, making sure your level of involvement in the activity is documented can make a big difference in your tax liability. In addition, it’s...

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Get to Know Quinton Knott, Hantzmon Wiebel Staff Accountant

Get to Know Quinton Knott, Hantzmon Wiebel Staff Accountant

Quinton Knott started his professional career as an Area Director for Young Life in Lexington, VA. After spending 6 years in the nonprofit world, he decided to make the switch to accounting. He earned his degree in economics and religious studies at UVA and took...

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Nonprofits and Cybersecurity

Nonprofits and Cybersecurity

  As a nonprofit organization (NFP), you may be wondering why a cybercriminal would target you. It turns out, NFPs have a lot of sensitive data that cybercriminals seek, things like names, Social Security Numbers (SSN), bank account numbers and net worth. Types...

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