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Riney Hancock

Riney Hancock CPAs

Certified Public Accountants & Financial Advisors

Since 1973, Riney Hancock CPAs PSC has successfully served the accounting and business consulting needs of individuals and businesses in western Kentucky and southern Indiana with one goal: To be our clients’ most trusted and valued financial advisors.

We take great pride in the success of our clients. Beyond our traditional CPA services, Riney Hancock CPAs provides financial consultation, comprehensive tax planning, litigation support, valuations, and medical/dental practice management, among many other professional services.

With offices in Owensboro, Kentucky, and Evansville, Indiana, our staff of more than 30 professionals and support personnel brings expertise, experience and dedication to ensure your financial well-being. Riney Hancock CPAs employs an innovative, dynamic team structure that provides flexibility and gives you the benefit of working with experts for your specific needs.

Please browse our site to discover our many services and learn about us. We invite you to contact us so we can develop a plan for you.


Don’t get stuck with an underpayment penalty

Don’t let penalties for underpaid taxes increase your tax bill next April. Check the total you’ve paid in for 2016 through withholding and/or estimated taxes. If you’ve underpaid, consider adjusting your withholding for the final months of the year or increasing your remaining quarterly estimate. If you employ household workers, be sure your calculations include […]

Are you working overtime preparing for the new labor rules?

The U.S. Department of Labor updated the rules for paying overtime, and the changes take effect December 1, 2016. Under the new rules, salaried employees who earn less than $913 per week ($47,476 per year) will be eligible for overtime pay. That’s double the annual exempt amount of $23,660 under current rules. Begin reviewing your […]

College students: Be aware of phone scams

As you settle into your fall semester routine, both the FBI and the IRS want you to be alert for calls from scammers. The calls may spoof a legitimate number on your caller ID, and appear to come from an actual government agency, including the FBI or IRS. The caller will demand immediate payment of […]

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