Boulder, Colo. — R. Waidler & Associates P.C. of Boulder, Colo., will become part of Eide Bailly LLP, a regional certified public accounting and business advisory firm, effective Feb. 1.
Rick Waidler, president of R. Waidler & Associates, and his team will join Eide Bailly’s Boulder office, expanding Eide Bailly’s Colorado presence to 177 people in five offices in the state (Boulder, Denver, Fort Collins, Golden and Grand Junction).
“R. Waidler & Associates is a talented CPA firm that is well respected in the Boulder community,” said Eide Bailly Managing Partner/CEO Dave Stende. “Adding this firm continues our promise to our clients and staff to grow strategically so we can offer stronger solutions and service across our firm.”
“It’s exciting to be joining the team of experienced and talented professionals at Eide Bailly,” said Waidler. “As a small firm, we’re looking forward to the opportunity to expand our resources, devote more time to client service and have experienced professionals available to bounce ideas off of and consult with on client tax matters and strategic planning.”
R. Waidler & Associates’ consultative approach to client service and local roots make them a great addition to Eide Bailly’s Boulder practice, said Brian Callahan, partner-in-charge of Eide Bailly’s Colorado offices. “Rick will bring more than 40 years of experience and a hands-on approach to service to Eide Bailly, which fits perfectly with our own firm culture,” Callahan said. “He’s become a trusted advisor to many businesses in the Boulder community, and he’ll join Rudy Rudolph and Bill Pyle in our Boulder office, who also have long, respected histories in Boulder. Clients will be able to tap into decades of experience and involvement in the community, as well as deep knowledge of the local business scene.”
“In addition, clients of R. Waidler & Associates will now have direct access to many services that can help them make more confident business decisions, such as cost segregation studies, international tax services, wealth management, technology consulting and transaction services,” Callahan said.