About Us

JLK Rosenberger is a full service accounting, tax, and business advisory firm with offices in Los Angeles, Dallas  and Orange County. We are the 4th largest insurance practice in California and the 18th largest in the country as recognized by AM Best. Our clients attest they have chosen JLK Rosenberger for the following reasons: specialized industry knowledge, more attentive service, immediate access to decision makers, a better understanding of their organization and mission, and lower staff turnover.

Industry Focus

Our firm has specialization in serving companies in a number of key industries including insurance, nonprofits, construction, manufacturing, SEC registered companies and professional athletes. Learn more about JLK Rosenberger and discover why so many across California and Texas have entrusted us with their audit, tax, consulting and business advisory needs.

News & Updates

  • Key Trends in the California Construction Industry
    It’s a basic human instinct to compare how one person or business differs from another. While this can sometimes be competitive in nature, it can also be a useful tool in understanding where opportunities for growth and change exist.
  • Construction Employment Trends – California and Beyond
    Attracting and retaining qualified employees is a challenge that most companies must address. For construction companies, the task is even more difficult because of the traditionally high employee turnover driven by the project nature of work and inconsistency in work opportunities.


  • Got Risk Transfer?
    Reinsurance agreements must contain the element of risk transfer where the reinsurer assumes significant insurance risk and may realize a significant loss from the transaction. However, there is an exception to these rules. In the following example, we demonstrate the “substantially all” exception to the essential elements of risk transfer.
  • Accounting for Policy Fees – Avoiding Common Pitfalls
    Researching accounting literature is never easy, and it often requires reference to multiple sources to find the answer. A good example of this is Accounting for Policy Fees under Statements of Statutory Accounting Principles (SSAPs).