Paul Weisinger – Rea CPA

Paul Weisinger

Cleveland, OH
Resident of Westlake, OH
Rea Team Member Since 2017
  • I am passionate about helping my clients find success and assisting my team in growing in their position at Rea.

Topics or areas of expertise that Paul can talk about (even in his sleep):

  • Business valuations
  • Succession and exit planning
  • High net worth families
  • People development
  • Tax planning
  • Strategic planning

How we know he knows what he’s doing:

  • Paul has more than 20 years of experience in the accounting industry
  • Paul has won two national awards for his valuation service, a national award for his work in the accounting profession and several other notes of recognition.

Furthering his professional development, Paul is involved with:

  • He has been nominated and approved for a position on the AICPA's Business Valuations Committee
  • Ohio Society of CPAs (Executive Board, Emerging Leaders Chair, legislator key contact)
  • American Institute of CPAs (member, ABV Assessment Tool Task Force)
  • Ohio Contractors Association (member, past director of Cleveland Chapter Exec Committee)
  • National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts (National Co-Chair Annual Conference 2016, valuation credentialing board member and mentor)
  • National Center for Employee Ownership (member)
  • Cleveland Arts Prize (treasurer, board member)
  • The Union Club of Cleveland (member)
  • Havana Daydreamers (board member)
  • Autism Society of Greater Cleveland (past treasurer and board member)
  • Notre Dame College - Advisory Board of the Academic Support Center for Students with Learning Differences (past member)

When he’s not in the office, you can find him:

  • With his wife and three children
  • Golfing
  • Cycling

Just For Fun:

  • What was your first job?
    Paperboy for Sun Newspaper
  • What is the best restaurant you've ever eaten at?
    RPM Steakhouse in Chicago
  • I am passionate about helping my clients find success and assisting my team in growing their position at Rea.