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Meet Cherie Landwehr, Owner

“I’m not your stereotypical accountant,” says Cherie Landwehr, laughing. “I do love spreadsheets and numbers, but I find even greater joy in the relationships I develop with my clients.” A certified public accountant (CPA) and certified financial planner (CFP) with over 25 years of experience, Cherie started Landwehr Tax & Accounting in 2006 with the […]

Meet Baily Prescott, Staff Accountant

When intern Baily Prescott made it through her first tax season not just smiling but laughing, we knew we wanted her to be a permanent part of the Landwehr Tax & Accounting team. So, we happily offered her the position of staff accountant, which she accepted after completing her associate’s degree in accounting at St. […]

Five Year-End Strategies That Will Make You Happier at Tax Time

Although the deadline for tax returns isn’t until April, the month of December is your last opportunity to make decisions that will positively influence your tax deductions and credits. We encourage our clients to consider these high-impact activities as the year comes to an end. You’ve still got time. Get busy! Fund your Health Savings […]

Meet Ashley Kerzman, Business Manager

Dedicated, passionate, friendly and focused—these are just a few of the ways we would describe one of our newest additions to the Landwehr Tax & Accounting team. Ashley Kerzman began her role as business manager in September 2016. Her responsibilities include managing project workflow, communicating with vendors, completing software updates, fostering team growth and much […]

5 Tips for Veterans Thinking About Starting a Business

If you or someone you know is a veteran who is thinking about starting a business, you are in good company. It has been shown that military veterans make outstanding entrepreneurs, and studies have shown that vets are 45% more likely to start their own business than those without military experience. Being in the military […]

Ready for the Winter? Top 5 Fall Financial Reminders

As the days grow shorter, the leaves begin to turn, and the temperature starts to drop, we know that winter is right around the corner. Nearing the end of the year can be stressful when considering our finances. Taxes are inevitable and once again will be taking top priority on our to-do lists. Instead of […]