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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.

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Saving for a comfortable retirement is up to you

If your employer offers a 401(k) plan, participating can mean the difference between having a sufficient nest egg and worrying about your expenses after you stop working. Tips for making the most of your 401(k) include contributing at least enough to receive the amount your company will match, and allocating your contributions between different types […]

Get serious about catching up

If you’re age 50 or older, tax law has a permanent provision that lets you make extra contributions to your retirement plans. These “catch-up” contributions vary depending on the type of retirement plan. For example, if you participate in a SIMPLE, you can make a catch-up contribution of up to $3,000 in 2016, over and […]

Don’t be forced out of a 401(k) from your former job

When you change jobs and abandon vested amounts in your 401(k), your former employer has to follow IRS rules and plan provisions for dealing with your account balance. Pursuant to these guidelines, the 401(k) plan may have a “force-out” provision. That means when your vested balance is less than $5,000, you can be forced to […]

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