David Mol, CPA, is the assurance and accounting operations director, holds a position on the firm’s management team, and serves as both chief financial officer and chief operations officer. As an audit partner in the government and not-for-profit service areas, he specializes in audit and management advisory services for local governments and nonprofits. David assists organizations with quality financial reporting and special projects such as debt studies, cash flow projections, advanced refunding verification reports, utility rate studies, cost allocation studies, and relief association pension benefit projections. He was a national reviewer of the Government Finance Officers Association’s Certificate of Achievement in Financial Reporting Program and is a frequent presenter on topics surrounding governmental entities. Relevant continuing professional education includes the AICPA Governmental Audit Quality Center Annual Update and the GFOA Annual Governmental GAAP Update. He has been at Redpath and Company since 1979.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants
Minnesota Government Finance Officers Association (MNGFOA)
Minnesota Association of County Auditors, Treasurers, and Finance Officers (MACATFO)
Former National Reviewer: Certificate of Achievement in Financial Reporting Program
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The recently passed CARES Act, which you can see a broad overview of by clicking here, provides emergency assistance to individuals and businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Provisions of the CARES Act that affect individual taxpayers include recovery rebates, an adjustment to the availability of retirement funds, a change to charitable contribution deductions, and […]
On Friday, March 27th, President Trump signed the CARES Act into law providing emergency assistance to individuals and businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to emergency aid provisions, the $2 trillion bill contains both tax and non-tax provisions designed to stimulate the economy and increase liquidity.
The CARES Act approved by the Senate late Wednesday provides broad relief to many businesses and individuals—and you can see a summary of the Act by clicking here. Two major provisions that will impact businesses and their operational decisions immediately are the employee retention credit and the ability to delay payment of employer payroll taxes.