St. Louis Small Business Monthly, a regional publication serving the entrepreneurial and small business community, has recently named Wamhoff Accounting President Sandy Furuya to its 2020 list of St. Louis’ Best Accountants. The list appears in the publication’s October, 2020 issue, and is compiled based on reader nominations.
Furuya holds more than 30 years of experience in all facets of tax planning and accounting, serving individuals, non-profits, businesses and trusts. She and her team of tax professionals prepare nearly 750 returns each year and serve as consultants for clients throughout the year to help them appropriately navigate their unique financial situations.
“My passion for this industry began when I was quite young and has only grown as my career has progressed,” said Furuya. “My team and I are honored to have served generations of clients as they go through the various stages of life and business, and all of the transitions that come along with it. They rely on us to help them make informed decisions and feel prepared for tax season all year long.”
Wamhoff Accounting was established in 1975, with Furuya working alongside founder Bob Wamhoff since the early days of the firm. She assumed ownership in 2017, continuing the Wamhoff legacy of client service excellence and treating clients as part of the family. The firm has also been named to Small Business Monthly’s list of St. Louis’ Best Accounting Firms for nine years, and has received multiple Best in Customer Service awards
Services offered by the firm extend beyond taxes and accounting. Wamhoff Accounting also assists with bookkeeping, financial statements, and establishing new businesses. Free initial consultations are available upon contact, and individual tax returns can be completed within the day.
“I am honored to be included on this year’s list of St. Louis’ Best Accountants and am grateful for the support of our clients and area business owners who took the time to nominate me,” said Furuya. “As we prepare to enter a new tax season, I look forward to helping clients navigate the tax and financial implications of this past year and prepare them for the future.”