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Corey Butler

Corey Butler is the MNCPA communications manager, working to enhance members’ professional reputations through content, media relations and public affairs. Corey keeps busy outside of the MNCPA spending time with his wife and children, serving on his local school board, volunteering in his community and catching up on long-lost hobbies. Corey enjoys the works of John Steinbeck and J.K. Rowling, and Paul Bunyan, Robin Hood and Santa Claus lore. You may reach him at 952-885-5530 or cbutler@mncpa.org.


Don't let a single audit take you by surprise
December 3, 2021  |  By Corey Butler
When various federal funds funneled to this nonprofit as a result of COVID-related legislation, the organization, for the first time, hit the $750,000 threshold to trigger a single audit... Read more
Promoting CPAs in a time of complexity, crisis
May 7, 2021  |  By Corey Butler
CPAs have been relied upon more than ever for their expert decision-making skills. As Donny Shimamoto put it, the pandemic turned CPAs into emergency workers helping families and business owners... Read more
Are homebound employees during COVID eligible for home office deductions?
March 8, 2021  |  By Corey Butler
After the COVID-19 pandemic took hold across the U.S. in March 2020, most states experienced various levels of shelter-in-place edicts... Read more
Retirement planning tips for any age
February 22, 2021  |  By Corey Butler
A focus on retirement planning should be front of mind in good times and bad. If the past year has taught us anything... Read more
Unemployment fraud: What to do if you receive an incorrect Form 1099-G
February 15, 2021  |  By Corey Butler
Imagine going to your mailbox like any other day. Among the bills and magazine subscriptions, you find a tax form outlining your unemployment benefits... Read more
Unpacking the PPP money
June 24, 2020  |  By Corey Butler
There’s a lot to unpack and understand about the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), especially in terms of how to correctly use the funds to avoid issues — including a whistleblower suit — in the future. Read more