Haskell & White: A Sponsor of Laura’s House Gala 2021

Haskell & White: A Sponsor of Laura’s House Gala 2021


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Nonprofits Experiencing Big Accounting Changes


Haskell & White Reviews Accounting Updates as Orange County Nonprofits Brace for Change

Annual Nonprofit Conference helps financial experts get ahead of new rules such as lease accounting and revenue recognition IRVINE, Calif. (April 26, 2019) – Haskell & White, one of the largest independent public accounting firms in Southern California, recently hosted its annual Nonprofit Conference, addressing the sweeping financial changes that will soon affect how nonprofits […]


Haskell & White’s Wayne Pinnell Honored by CSUF Accounting Department

Managing partner received 2018 Mihaylo Accounting Service Award IRVINE, Calif. (June 12, 2018) – Haskell & White LLP Managing Partner Wayne Pinnell has been recognized by the California State University, Fullerton Department of Accounting for his contributions to the university’s accounting program. The Mihaylo Accounting Service Award was based on a committee evaluation of the […]


Wayne Pinnell Receives Mihaylo Accounting Service Award


Haskell & White Earns National Recognition as a Best Firm for Women

Orange County, Calif.-based CPA firm named a “Best Firm For Women;” Leadership cements influential status in Southern California IRVINE, Calif. (January 25, 2018) – Haskell & White LLP, one of Southern California’s largest independently owned accounting, auditing and tax consulting firms, has been named one of Accounting Today’s “Best Firms For Women.” Based on data […]


Haskell & White Honored by Kids Konnected

Firm named Ambassador to the Children in mission to provide friendship, understanding and support to youth with a parent affected by cancer IRVINE, Calif. (Nov. 20, 2017) – Southern California CPA firm Haskell & White LLP was recognized by Kids Konnected at its annual gala recently for years of support for the nonprofit, which connects […]


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