Bronswick Benjamin is proud to announce Caleb D. Lendy has been named partner. Caleb graduated from Loyola University and holds a Masters of Science in Taxation from DePaul University. He specializes in tax compliance, tax planning, and business advisory services.
Caleb began his classes at Loyola University and developed a passion for accountancy quickly and early through his educational career. On the side, he coached football for Walter Payton High School in downtown Chicago, which lead to his internship and eventually his career with Joe Benjamin. After his graduation from Loyola, Caleb received a call from Joe and was offered a position on his staff and rapidly developed an outstanding working and personal relationship with Joe.
“Caleb brings a depth of experience to our firm. His knowledge in all areas of the practice and networking skills will be a tremendous asset to the firm’s clients and will be respected by all. His approach to new ideas and processes will help continue to grow the firm,” said Joe Benjamin.
After two years of working with Benjamin Birkenstein, the firm merged with Bronswick Reicin Pollack. Caleb continues to thrive with Joe Benjamin and Jeff Bronswick as both mentors and friends, he looks forward to his partnership with them and is thrilled to continue providing clients with exceptional service and expertise.
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