Joined the firm in: 2015
Entered accounting in: 2015
Native of: Temple City
Resident of: Northridge
Education: Bachelor’s (expected in 2017), California State University, Northridge; Associate’s, College of the Canyons
Chris is responsible for helping clients with tax returns, audits, reconciling and maintaining financial statements and payroll processing.
After earning his associate’s degree, Chris began working at Roschke & Wall. However, he’s also a full-time student; managing a full workload and course schedule at the same time.
When not working, Chris is most likely studying for an exam. In his free time, he does like to play video games, listen to podcasts and go to the gym. A diehard LA Lakers fan, he never misses a game whether it be in person, on TV or via recording.
Chris is part of a large family that celebrates everything from holidays to birthdays to personal accomplishments with large spreads of food.
“I’m patient, kind and hardworking. I value details; even though they may go unnoticed, they make all the difference.”
“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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