You are Unique. So is your career.

Choosing where to start your professional life is a crucial decision. You want the perfect balance between your career and your personal life, which is often talked about, yet not often attained. Will you actually be treated with respect, have input into the direction of your career path, have an opportunity to enjoy a personal life? You will at RBZ.

With over 170 employees and partners, RBZ is one of the largest Los Angeles-based public accounting firms. We provide businesses, individuals and non-profit organizations with a comprehensive offering of services including assurance, tax planning and compliance, business management and business advisory services. Providing the highest level of service to our clients is not part of a service model, it is part of our firm culture. RBZ is consistently named one of the “Best Places to Work” and “Best Accounting Firms to Work For” both in Los Angeles and the entire U.S. RBZ has also been ranked as one of the best managed public accounting firms in the country by Inside Public Accounting.

RBZ’s expertise is organized into the following industry niches: Entertainment, Family Wealth, Franchising, International Tax, Law Firms, Manufacturing & Distribution, Nonprofit, and Real Estate. RBZ serves clients internationally through JHI (, an international affiliation of public accounting firms in over 50 countries and 150 cities.

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We provide our professionals with the training they need to support their ongoing success.

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Career Shaping

New accounting professionals will spend the first two years working on both audit and tax assignments.

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The RBZ performance feedback and counseling program is confidential, consistent and timely, and we take a lot of pride in it.

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The most powerful developmental activity is mentoring. At RBZ, we financially support and encourage it.

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Recruiting and Career Advisor

Etiquette is a Two-Way Street

By: Charlie Osaki

I recently spoke with two RBZ supervisors who had dinner with a candidate that we were considering for an internship. The student attends a top-notch university, has terrific grades, and is involved in both community service and a high profile social organization. The person is a top candidate.  However, the two supervisors unanimously agreed Continue Reading