Redpath Insights

Standards of Value: Recognizing the Differences

Ask a professional a question about the value of your business and most often the answer will be, โ€œIt depends." This may seem counterintuitive, but the value will differ depending on the purpose of the engagement. We see this concept play out in...

Guest Blog: The โ€œTexas Shoot-Outโ€ for Business Partner Deadlock

What many shareholders, partners, and members forget at the beginning of their new business venture is that planning for the eventual dissolution or termination of the company can be extremely beneficial. One tool that is used as a last resort...

Changes to 2020 Form W4 for Employers and Employees

The Internal Revenue Service has made extensive changes to Form W-4 (Employeeโ€™s Withholding Certificate) to adjust employee withholding calculations to better align with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. For some, the form in its current 2019 layout...

Katie Goeman Joins Redpath and Company as Audit Partner

St. Paul, Minnesota (October 1, 2019) โ€“ Certified public accounting firm Redpath and Company, Ltd. (Redpath) has hired Katie Goeman, CPA, as an audit partner. โ€œWe are excited to have Katie as part of the Redpath team, and she will have an...

Redpath and Company Announces 2019 Partner and Director Promotions

St. Paul, Minnesota (October 1, 2019) โ€“ Certified public accounting firm Redpath and Company, Ltd. (Redpath) has promoted Ryan Everhart and Jared Weiskopf to partner and Teresa Radermacher to director.

Planning Checkup: Accounts Payable Best Practices and Advanced Planning for Year-end

In todayโ€™s evolving business environment, businesses rely on accounts payable for the important task of paying vendors for goods and services. For some companies, this involves numerous transactions and maintaining vendor relationships that help...

Private Company Equity Grantsโ€”New Tax Deferral Opportunity for Employees

Generally, an employee receiving employer equity grants, such as restricted stock units (RSUs) or shares of their employerโ€™s stock from exercising employer stock options,  must include in taxable income the value of the shares of stock received...

Business Valuation Approaches: Asset, Income & Market Approach

โ€œWhat is my company worth?โ€ The road to answering such a simple question is paved with rigorous analysis and founded on a detailed methodology constructed by a valuation analyst. In todayโ€™s world, closely-held businesses are diverse organizations...

The Difference Between Business Calculation & Valuation Reports

If you have ever used a CPA firm for attestation work, you may be familiar with the three levels of financial statement service: audit, review, and compilation. Each of these levels of service offers a different degree of assurance, and...

What Factors Contribute to the Valuation of a Company?

Often times the business valuation process follows a similar story arch. Initially, owners are hesitant to engage an outside analyst, believing they already know the value of their businessโ€”and they may view the process as an unnecessary expense...