Brett interviews Nikki Hinske, co-founder of Hinske & Clarey, a CPA firm based in Charleston, South Carolina. As a CPA and business owner, Nikki provides valuable advice and resources for small to mid-size businesses within a variety of industries.
Brett Fellows Eric DeMoura, I am excited to have you on today. Eric DeMoura Thank you, Brett. It’s a pleasure for me to be with you. Brett Fellows Well, to give a little preamble. So, everybody knows you are not a business owner, but I thought you’d be very unique to have a conversation with
Welcome to The Charleston Entrepreneur Podcast, where you go behind the scenes with financial planner and business exit planner Brett Fellows to hear stories of how leading Charleston entrepreneurs navigate the inevitable challenges that arise on the path to financial freedom and get insights from real business owners about how to break through to the
Brett explores the key difference between business owners who are capable of building real wealth and those who struggle to meet their goals. Be sure to listen all the way through to the end as he shares a step-by-step process you can follow to improve your money mindset.
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