I love my clients. I love the team. I love the history of Henry+Horne. I strive to keep my clients satisfied and at the same time keep the most important assets of the Firm satisfied – our talented team members.

About Charles

Charles (Chuck) Inderieden is known for his commitment to client service, his team members and the growth of the Firm. He specializes in high-net worth individual, trust, estate and gift-tax planning and compliance services. He uses his extensive industry knowledge to bring value to his clients and focuses on caring for and responding to their needs. He is passionate about keeping up to date with new planning ideas that help his clients, as well as planning for the future of the Firm.

Chuck grew up in St. Cloud, Minnesota, where his mother still resides, and he travels back there as much as he can to see her (in the summertime, of course). Before joining Henry+Horne in 1996, Chuck spent nine years at a local CPA firm where he became obsessed with learning everything he could about estate, gift and trust planning.

Chuck attended St. Cloud University for two years, before transferring to Arizona State University and graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.

When he’s not working, Chuck loves spending time with his family – his wife Stacey, son Kyle and daughter Ella. In his free time he likes to golf, watch the various Minnesota and Arizona sporting teams try their best to compete (a tough task), hiking, working in the yard and traveling. For those who know Chuck, they would also say he’s obsessed with watching Phil Mickelson play golf whenever he can.


St. Cloud University, Minnesota

Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science in Accounting

Firm Roles

Executive Committee


American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Arizona Community Foundation, Professional Advisory Board

Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants

Executive Council 70, Life Member

Honor Health Financial Advisors, Member (Past Chairman)

Did you know?

If you weren’t an accountant, what would you be?
Most likely an engineer.

What big dream or goal do you still want to accomplish in your life?
I would like to play a round of golf at Augusta National (goal) with Phil Mickelson (dream).

If you could have any superpower, what ability would you want?
I think the ability to fly. That would be cool.

If you could be given any gift, what would it be?
Vikings or Cardinals win the Super Bowl.

Articles by Charles

Charitable Giving: Now or Later?
July 2014
IRS Offers Nine Tips for Charitable Giving
September 2013
Glad Tidings for Year-end Gifts
December 2012
IRS Acts Tough on Charitable Appraisals
October 2012
How to Maximize Estate-tax Exemptions
April 2012
Twists and Turns to Charitable Rollovers
December 2011
Know Tax Angles to Lifetime Gifts
August 2011
The Real 'Power' in Estate Planning
May 2011
Should You Give to a Donor-advised Fund?
August 2010
Six Estate-planning Steps for This Year
May 2010
Why You Might 'Fail' the Trust Rules
October 2009
Preserving Tax Shelter for Life Insurance
March 2009