Nov 10, 2017
Blog

Finding The Right Fit

Most people don’t just walk up to a house, knock on the door and ask to buy the homeowner out. There’s typically some planning and preparation that goes in to making such a large purchase. The same goes in the mergers & acquisitions world. Businesses don’t approach other businesses about merging or acquiring without extensive … Continued
Nov 10, 2015
Blog

Getting By With A Little Help From Your Friends

It's lonely at the top. And in the middle. And at the bottom ... When you own a small business, it's easy to feel like you're on an island. Read on and find out why you should start populating that island with top-notch advisors.
Apr 10, 2013
Blog

Tackling Ohio’s Tough Municipal Tax Issues

If you’re the type to procrastinate, you might be thinking endlessly (or maybe, not at all!) about filing your federal return before the deadline. You’re wondering what credits you get and what deductions you can claim and hoping that there’s a refund in your future. Your federal return may have the most money on the … Continued
Apr 1, 2013
Blog

Life Insurance

Why do you have life insurance? For most, they want to provide for their loved ones when they’re gone. That’s an admirable goal, but are you confident that you have the correct coverage? Can you make an informed decision about how to incorporate the best solution? A policy review may stop you or your loved … Continued
Apr 1, 2013
Blog

The Year Ahead

When I was asked to write an article about the year ahead for the first The Rea Report issue of 2013, that dirty word – Obamacare – was the first thing that popped into my mind. Actually, I could’ve written the whole article in just one sentence: The number one thing I would tell business … Continued
Feb 14, 2012
Blog

The Value of Long-Term Employees

This February, we are celebrating the 50th service anniversary of Nita Bates, a client service specialist in our New Philadelphia office. Nita has been with our firm her entire career, starting part-time while she was in college. The average employee stays with a company for 4.4 years, according to a 2010 study by the Bureau … Continued
 
Jan 2, 2018
Podcast

episode 114 – transcript

Click here to read the official transcript for episode 114, “How To Start Investing Into Your Profession + A Salute To Public Accounting.”
 
Jan 2, 2018
Podcast

episode 114: how to start investing into your profession + a salute to public accounting

The average American spends 90,000 hours at work over the course of their lifetime. Here at Rea, we think that’s way too many hours to spend doing something you’re not truly passionate about. If you are truly passionate about what you do, your job becomes something more than just a way to make ends meet. … Continued
 
Dec 5, 2016
Podcast

episode 58 – lee beall on being ceo: life’s been good to him so far

Over the last few years, Lee Beall, CPA, principal and current CEO of Rea, has been focused on laying the groundwork for the future of the firm and he will join Dave on this week’s episode to talk about his experience and the importance of managing a comprehensive succession plan as well giving us insight … Continued
 
Sep 22, 2015
Podcast

Episode 4: How To Run With The Big Dogs

Just because one growth strategy was successful for one business owner doesn’t mean you will achieve the same results. Therefore, when it comes to your business’s strategic planning strategy, you need to take a good, hard look at your business and what you want to accomplish over the next 5, 10, 20 years. Are you … Continued