Karlie Johnson is a director in the commercial audit and review service area at Redpath and Company. She assists with audited and reviewed financial statements in the manufacturing, construction, professional services, and distribution industries. Karlie specializes in employee benefit plan audits and helps business owners meet their fiduciary responsibility to hire an experienced plan auditor and avoid deficient plans that could cause tax disqualifications within their 401k audits. She also advises her clients regarding internal controls and external processes that help them clearly communicate their financial results. Karlie has provided public accounting services at Redpath and Company since 2005.
Employee Benefit Task Force Committee Member (MNCPA)
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants
Minnesota State University - Moorhead, B.S., Accounting
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No matter the size of your manufacturing company, there's likely to come a time you'll wonder if you need more internal help with your finances. If you don't have one, you might consider hiring a chief financial officer (CFO) to help develop your finance team, work with your leadership team and add that ‘next level’ […]
January 7, 2021 – Most of the excitement from the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) came from clarity on the deductibility of PPP expenses and the additional stimulus checks. However, Congress also passed a very favorable extension and expansion of the Employee Retention Credit (ERC), as well as a key retroactive change.
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