Stuart Sorinsky's professional career began in 1969 when he graduated from DePaul University with a degree in accounting. His first job was as the controller of a large box and scrap metal company in Chicago. Then in 1974, he borrowed $5,000 to start a wholesale health and beauty products business, which he built into an $8 million operation. With the advent of huge discount chains like Wal‑mart and K‑mart, however, many of Stuart's own customers, small independent drug stores, were forced out of business.
When he sold the health and beauty products business in 1988, Stuart decided to transition into public accounting. In order to accomlish this goal, he first studied for his MBA. Having completed this goal, he went on in 1991 to prepare for the CPA exam and became certified. Stuart is a member of the AICPA and the Illinois CPA society. He regularly attends seminars to keep abreast of ever‑changing tax laws and policies in the accounting field.
Because of his extensive background in business and accounting, and experience as an entrepreneur, Stuart is able to provide invaluable expertise in business consulting and management to his clients.