Danielle M. Winkle, CPA

Danielle M. Winkle, CPA
Director

P 312.670.6204 | F 312.670.8301

Danielle Winkle has been with ORBA since 1984, becoming a director in 1995. Danielle is a member of the firm’s Litigation Support Team, Marital Dissolution Services Team and the Technology Advancement Committee. Over her career, she has worked extensively with individuals and privately-held companies in a variety industries, including manufacturing, real estate, construction, distribution and various service industries. Danielle delivers guidance on a full range of financial and business services, including audits, reviews and compilations, cost analyses, cash flow reviews, and litigation support. Danielle also provides specialty business consulting work to help clients improve their bottom line.

When Danielle isn’t supporting or providing CFO level guidance, she assists clients with establishing a strong financial foundation by helping them register with tax authorities, setting up the right accounting software and developing proper systems and internal controls for their financial functions. Clients frequently rely on Danielle for her expertise. Her work in the field is sought after and she often leads seminars on accounting and internal control procedures for clients and community organizations.

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Firms News

01.08.19

ORBA Announces the Launch of Wealth Advisory Subsidiary, ORBA Wealth Advisors, LLC
CHICAGO — Ostrow Reisin Berk & Abrams, Ltd. (ORBA), one of Chicago’s largest public accounting firms, is pleased to announce the opening of its new wealth advisory subsidiary, ORBA Wealth Advisors, LLC, an Independent Registered Investment Advisor (RIA). 

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Media Mentions

01.10.19

Various Media – ORBA Launches ORBA Wealth Advisors

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