Author: Don McIntosh (retired)
Jan 21, 2020
What Can The Research Call Do For You?
The Business Of Our Business is a quarterly article series featured in Rea’s print publication, The Rea Report. The purpose of each article is to provide readers with greater insight into the inner-workings of our firm. To read past articles in this series, please visit www.reacpa.com/business-of-our-business. Research Calls Are Not Sales Calls Looking for an easy and … Continued
Apr 2, 2019
Rea & Associates Moves Up To 86th Spot On Accounting Today’s Top 100 CPA Firm List
Once again, Rea & Associates has been named to Accounting Today's Top 100 CPA Firms List! Only this time the firm moved up to the 86th spot and was also named the 13th fastest-growing CPA firm overall.
Mar 11, 2019
episode 174 – disruption pushes us to reach greater heights
Disruption is happening in the accounting industry and, if you're not ready, your firm could be left in the dust! Listen (or watch) this edition of unsuitable on Rea Radio to hear Rea's CEO, Don McIntosh, explain why accounting firms should embrace disruption and start innovating.
Feb 1, 2019
Tucker & Tucker And Rea & Associates Eye May 1 Merger Date
Rea & Associates and Tucker & Tucker CPAs will merge on May 1, 2019. This will help grow our firm's presence in the Cambridge market and enhance its capabilities in southern Ohio.
Dec 12, 2016
episode 59 – ceo don mcintosh on pursuing a culture of accountability
Don McIntosh, CPA, CGFM, CFE, retired, has been a longtime advocate of the goal-setting process. Today he joins Dave on unsuitable on Rea Radio to talk about how setting effective goals promotes a culture of accountability across a company. The best place to start in your goal-setting initiative is to decide what is really needed … Continued
Aug 14, 2014
Are You Ready To Pay For Future Capital Asset Costs?
Is your local government doomed to fail because you failed to plan? Do you have a formal plan to replace capital assets one year, three years, five years, or 10 years from now? Many governments don’t and are blindsided. I hear finance officers’ concerns regarding this all the time. “It’s very hard to budget for … Continued