We’re Hiring- Staff Accountant and Controller!

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Interested in joining a fun, vibrant work culture that puts people first? Want to make an impact on the community, work together as a team to solve client’s financial needs, drink copious amounts of really good, local, organic coffee? Looking to join a company that has won Best Place to Work for 10 years in a row?

We are always looking to add the right folks to our team. If you are interested in a career in accounting, have your CPA license, enjoy a team approach, we might be your match made in heaven.

It’s not all work here either. We serve the community together, build bonds on our annual team retreats and celebrate our successes with our families on annual, company wide vacations. Recent firm trips have included Spain, Croatia, Disneyland and Alaska. We don’t strive for work life balance, we live it and champion for it. We appreciate everyone’s contributions- big or small. Sound enticing? Interested in working at a not-so-typical CPA firm? Let us know if our creative accounting culture might be right for you.

For more info on the open positions we have, visit www.linkcpa.com/join-our-team/

By |May 22nd, 2019|best place to work, cpa firm, employer, firm|0 Comments

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the Linkenheimer Team


Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy, Prosperous New Year!

By |December 15th, 2016|firm, Linkenheimer, staff, Team|0 Comments

Linkenheimer Introduces Its Newest Partner- Carli Ortiz

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Linkenheimer is proud to introduce our newest partner, Carli Ortiz. Carli has been with the firm for four years and has brought a wealth of experience and energy to the Linkenheimer culture. She is also the firm’s first female partner. Carli joined Linkenheimer in November 2011 as one of the firm’s tax managers.  She is a CPA licensed in California, and has been practicing in public accounting since graduating from Sonoma State University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Financial Management.

Carli specializes in family owned businesses, individual taxation, estate and trust taxation and planning, tax credits and incentives, and general business accounting services such as inventory costing and set-up of accounting systems.  She enjoys getting to know her clients on a personal level and strives to develop lasting relationships with them as they work together to creatively solve problems.

In her spare time, Carli enjoys spending time with her three children and her husband, Jorge.  They keep her busy with competitive soccer, basketball, and baseball and on weekends you can usually find her on the sidelines of a game. Carli also enjoys baking, outdoor activities, traveling, and working […]

By |July 21st, 2015|firm|0 Comments

Fly Fishing & Accounting

Recently Linkenheimer LLP took all of its employees to the beautiful Clearwater Lodge in Fall River Mills, CA for two days of fly fishing. When it was announced to the staff that we would be taking this trip, the overall response was “Fly fishing??” (Yes) and, “How many hours does it take to drive there?” (5+). To say there was skepticism would be an accurate statement, but the lodge looked beautiful, the menu appetizing, and no agenda other than learning to fly fish, all made for an intriguing idea for a trip. So we met up early one Thursday morning, had previously been assigned drivers and riders and off we went. 

One of the hall marks of Linkenheimer and its partners and staff is the longevity of everyone who works here, and the close relationships developed over this extended time, so it goes without saying that we know each other pretty well. When placed in a new environment, doing something completely new, you find new-found interests, commonalities and life experiences; not to mention the hilarity of seeing a circle of accountants practicing fly fishing techniques on the lawn of the lodge. The next morning we were up, suited with waders, boots […]

By |September 12th, 2013|accounting, CPA, cpa firm, firm, fly fishing, Santa Rosa, santa rosa cpa|0 Comments