Rea & Associates, Inc., accountants and business consultants, is an Ohio public accounting firm with more than 200 dedicated professionals who provide clients with a complete range of accounting services and professional business counsel. Rea has an extensive history that dates back to 1938. Much of its success stems from the firm’s values, which are outlined in The Rea Way.
Top 100 CPA Firm
The firm’s specialists are respected by individuals and corporations throughout Ohio and the United States. In fact, Accounting Today lists Rea as a top 100 firm in the nation, based on a compilation of data. To learn more about our bright team, check out our Ohio accounting firm employee section of the site.
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