this week on unsuitable
This week on episode 34 of unsuitable on Rea Radio, listeners get a peek into a special business owner/business advisor relationship between Ryan Dumermuth, CPA, CFP, principal at Rea & Associates, and Kirk Spillman, president and CEO of Eagle Machinery. Together they discuss the importance of advisory trust and an ever “evolving“ relationship, as key pillars of essential professional services during the process of evaluating and buying a business. Listeners will also learn about the power of having a true professional partner with resources, support, advice, and experience, and how this powerful, strong relationship can greatly benefit a business owner in the buyer’s journey. | Listen Now
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