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Finance and Accounting Solutions, Tax Preparation and Planning Roderick Rionda founded RLR Consulting in 1999. He leveraged his knowledge and experience in accounting and finance by providing consulting services to international law firms in transitioning their legal billing environment to automated industry-standard applications.
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Factbox: What's in the final Republican tax bill
See where the changes in the new tax code will impact you individually, or that of your business.
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Roderick L. Rionda - Principal
Roderick Rionda founded RLR Consulting LLC in 1999. Mr. Rionda has over 30 years of corporate accounting and finance experience and worked in a senior capacity as an accountant, financial analyst and corporate accounting manager . He has worked in several industries - legal, hospitality, health care, government contracting, insurance, real estate, mortgage banking, transportation, telecommunications and IT.
Mr. Rionda began his consulting practice in 1999 by assisting several international law firms in transitioning legacy accounting infrastructure to automated industry-standard applications. Mr. Rionda expanded his services to include mortgage lending and real property while working for Washington D.C.’s largest privately held mortgage lender and a leading title agency. Mr. Rionda helped manage the D.C. airport authority’s conversion to an Oracle-based platform. He also worked with CSC, a major government contractor in helping administer it’s employee benefit plans. He recently concluded a three-year engagement with Hilton International in McLean, Virginia where he served as consultant with their global accounting, consolidations and reporting team.
Mr. Rionda’s expertise include but are not limited to the following: Tax Preparation and Planning, Project and Program Management, Financial Systems Development and Implementation, Accounting Process Integration and Re-Engineering, Employee Benefit Plans and Compensation Administration, Business Process Outsourcing, Financial Analysis, Financial Modeling, Financial Reporting, Budget Development, Full-Cycle Accounting, Market Research, Fixed Assets Accounting, Regulatory Compliance, Joint Venture Accounting, Insurance & Bonding, Law Firm Accounting and Real Estate Finance.
Mr. Rionda’s clients include small to medium size businesses and Fortune 500 companies. Mr. Rionda counts among his past clients Hilton Global, CSC Corporation (now CSRA) , Nextel USA, Long & Foster Financial Services, Promontory Financial Group, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Catalyst Rx, First Tile & Escrow, Monarch Title and First Savings Mortgage Corporation. He has also partnered with employment agencies and their clients in senior contractual roles to augment short and long-term requirements - Randstad Corporation, The Computer Merchant, Stephen James Associates, Solomon Edwards Group and Resources Global Professionals.
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