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Emmett Mulcahy, CPA, CVA

Emmett Mulcahy, CPA, CVA
Emmett Mulcahy is a director and leads the valuation service area at Redpath and Company. He assists clients with business valuations for ESOP, estate and gift tax, shareholder buyout, buy/sell agreement and transaction consulting purposes. Emmett works with a variety of clients in industries such as construction, architects and engineers, family limited partnerships, manufacturing, and real estate. He has provided public accounting services at Redpath and Company since 2008.
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Standards of Value: Recognizing the Differences

Ask a professional a question about the value of your business and most often the answer will be, β€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...

Business Valuation Approaches: Asset, Income & Market Approach

β€œWhat is my company worth?” 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 today’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 businessβ€”and they may view the process as an unnecessary expense...

Estate Planning Impacted By Proposed Regulations

If you are in the midst of estate planning and are considering a transfer via gift or are in the process of completing a transfer, you should consider moving quickly to close on your transaction. Here's why: