Ashley Rehn is a senior tax manager at Redpath and Company providing tax compliance and consulting services for a variety of exempt organizations including charities, foundations, charter schools, member organizations, business leagues, civic organizations, and social clubs. She assists clients with tax planning, form 990 series preparation, and research. Specific areas of expertise include unrelated business income, private foundation compliance and excise tax reporting, entity structuring (including multiple entities and joint ventures), monitoring and analysis of public charity status, and board education.
Ashley is holder of the Not-For-Profit Certificate I issued by the AICPA. The Not-for-Profit Certificate I offers a comprehensive, foundational overview of a non-profit’s unique financial needs. Certificate holders learn to recognize applicable GAAP reporting standards, identify state and federal filing requirements, understand best practices in board governance, risk assessment, and internal controls, and are able to outline the planning steps of a successful audit engagement. She has provided public accounting services at Redpath and Company since 2007.
Ashley Rehn, CPA
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants
Nonprofit Financial Group
Minnesota Council of Nonprofits
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Not-For-Profit Section Member
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