Oregon CPA firm adds new members
Eugene, Oregon-based Kernutt Stokes Brandt & Co. LLP (KSBC) recently announced the addition of Bryce C. Wilberger, CPA and Joshua M. Kinsley to its professional staff.
Wilberger serves as an associate in the accounting and assurance department. In his new role, he will perform audits, reviews and compilations, forensic accounting, and fraud examinations, and litigation support for the firm’s clients. Prior to joining KSBC, Wilberger served as a senior accountant for Enterprise Rent-A-Car and was an auditor at a public accounting firm.
Wilberger received his Master of Accounting and Financial Management degree in 2006 from Keller Graduate School of Management. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in business with an emphasis in corporate finance in 2003 from Oregon State University. Wilberger is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). He currently resides in Springfield, Oregon with his wife and son.
As an associate, Kinsley assists with audits, reviews and compilations and is responsible for preparing individual and corporate tax returns. Previously, he served as a tax intern where he prepared individual tax returns and analyzed all supporting documents. Kinsley also operated Citrix-neighborhood software.
Kinsley received his Master of Accountancy degree and Bachelor of Science degree in business management at Rocky Mountain College. He currently resides in Eugene, Oregon.
KSBC has served the Oregon community since 1945 and is one of the region's largest single office accounting firms. The firm's team of 12 partners and 45 professionals provides traditional accounting and tax services in addition to technology consulting, 401(k) plan administration, business valuation, retirement planning, business consulting and more. Strategic alliances with Oppenheimer & Co. and AGN International provide access to additional financial planning and international business resources.
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