Redpath Insights

Chris Gorans, CPA

Chris Gorans, CPA
Chris Gorans, CPA, is an audit director in the commercial audit and accounting service area at Redpath and Company. As audit leader on the construction, real estate, and engineering industry team, he assists clients with financial statement audits and reviews, GAAP compliance issues and implementation, M&A transactions, and accounting services. Chris leverages his past experience as a controller in the construction industry to bring a practical approach to solving problems and delivering accounting services. He understands the issues and challenges faced by todayโ€™s construction companies and spends a large portion of his time talking with his clients to better understand the unique needs of their businesses. Chris is involved in local construction industry associations and regularly attends national construction conferences to stay on top of industry trends. He has been with Redpath and Company since 2008.

651.255.9318 | Send email | LinkedIn

Find me on:

Recent Posts

What the ASC 842 Lease Accounting Standard Means for Your Construction Balance Sheet

ASC 842 is a recent change to leasing standards that, among other things, requires companies to include leases longer than 12 months on their balance sheets. The ramifications of the new standard make it crucial for construction companies to get...

Should You Lease or Buy Construction Equipment in a Recession?

July 28, 2020 - As the economy fluctuates in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, construction companies are weighing everyday transactions with a new scale. The decision of whether to lease or buy construction equipment has always been a decision...

Reminder of Updates to Lease Accounting Standards

October 24, 2017 โ€” Here's a Redpath reminder. The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued an Accounting Standards Update (ASU) back in February of 2016. The changes to lease reporting will have meaningful accounting, operational, and...

2016 Leasing Accounting Standards Update

August 30, 2016 โ€” In February 2016, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued an Accounting Standards Update (ASU). The update will change the way that leases are reported, and will likely have significant accounting, operational, and...