Industries: government contracting, healthcare and professional services
Joined the firm in: 2015
Entered accounting in: 1988
Native of: Morristown, TN
Resident of: Newbury Park
Education: BS, accounting, Carson-Newman College (Jefferson City, TN)
Charis is responsible for preparing tax returns for individuals, partnerships, corporations and exempt organizations. She also monitors bookkeeping and payroll and is actively involved with helping governmental contactors review monthly vouchers and prepare annual incurred cost claims.
Over the course of her career, Charis has worked for a “Big Four” firm, a large regional firm and another small local firm. She has built significant experience with accrual and cash accounting, financial statement audits and compilations and individual tax preparation.
On the weekend, you can find Charis at a gym, track or field watching one of her children participate in a sport. She also volunteers with Kiwanis to help her community. In the rare moment she has to herself, she relaxes with a good mystery novel.
Charis and her husband lived in Indiana before moving to California in 2013. Their two sons and three daughters (which includes a set of twins) were all born in different states.
“I’m happy and grateful. I love my family and friends and enjoy a career where I can help people with their financial and tax needs.”
“Everyone works hard to make my life as a business owner less complicated so I can focus on the stuff I’m good at—which, by the way, is not accounting.“
“As an entrepreneur and long time client, I credit much of my financial sanity to their expertise, wisdom and compassionate care for their clients.“
“Roschke & Wall is as good as it gets. From business advice to how to deal with employees in multiple states, they have answers to help us navigate complex issues.“
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