Whitcomb & Hess: CPAs & Financial Advisors

A trustworthy, experienced financial advisor is hard to find. Finding several under the same roof as your CPA is unprecedented. Welcome to Whitcomb & Hess. We are the only firm in the area that offers both CPA and Financial Services in-house. Our friendly, experienced team is here to provide guidance in financial planning , investments, tax preparation and accounting. Located in Ashland, Ohio, Whitcomb & Hess has passionately served people like you for more than 30 years.

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Recent Articles

  • The Constant Tension: Risk vs. Return When I was studying to obtain the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certification, one of the first definitions I had to memorize was the meaning of risk--the possibility of loss. Risk is everywhere in our world, and as your advisors it is our job to help you identify these risks and find the most effective means to reduce or eliminate them. View more
  • The Richland County Foundation congratulates Tim Hilterman on CAP® designation Tim Hilterman, Investment Advisor for Whitcomb & Hess, Inc., has earned the Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy® (CAP®) Designation. This designation provides Tim with the knowledge and tools needed to help individuals and families articulate and advance their highest aspirations for themselves, their families, and their community. View more
  • Market Update The stock market has had an up and down start to 2018. Volatility has made a comeback, after being mostly absent last year. View more
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