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

  • Do You Need to File a 2016 Gift Tax Return by April 18?
    Last year you may have made significant gifts to your children, grandchildren or other heirs as part of your estate planning strategy. Or perhaps you just wanted to provide loved ones with some helpful financial support. Regardless of the reason for making a gift, it’s important to know under what circumstances you’re required to file a gift tax return.
  • Filing Tax Extension – Pros & Cons
    Every year as the tax filing deadline approaches taxpayers become especially attentive to ensuring taxes are prepared and ready to be filed on time. For those with complex tax returns it can be a stressful time trying to compile the necessary documentation to complete the return.


  • Insurance Tax and GAAP Update
    JLK Rosenberger recently presented a tax update at the California Regional IASA conference on December 1, 2016. The slides discuss the potential tax changes under President Trump and a republican congress and how that might impact insurance companies.
  • The Fraud Continuum
    Do you consider your internal controls to be well discerned and clearly documented? Is your “internal control documentation” an accumulation of accounting step procedures in contrast to clear-cut identification of controls that reside within those step procedures?