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About Us

Experts. Guides. Catalysts.

We are a proactive, forward-thinking team dedicated to our clients’ best interests, meaning you can work toward your goals with the confidence of having best-in-industry partners on your side.

Expertise + Empathy

Every partner at Abdo brings impeccable credentials, years of specialized experience, and a deep commitment to client success.

The Abdo Difference

Understanding your business is important. Understanding your unique motivations, goals and challenges is what makes Abdo different.

300+

Government Units Audited

Top 200

Accounting Firm in U.S.

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Case Studies

Our case studies cover a wide range of situations and solutions, showcasing the unique opportunities we uncover for clients.

Empowering a Manufacturer in a Changing Marketplace

Dayton Rogers’s ability to handle complicated metal forming jobs is unmatched. However, the company’s history and age made adapting to a changing marketplace feel like an overwhelming hurdle.

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Illuminating the Path Ahead for a Family-Owned Remodeling Company

The construction marketplace is constantly in flux; achieving meaningful growth within it requires an ever-evolving strategy. This, of course, can be difficult when you have a business—or in the case of the Schmidt brothers, multiple businesses—to run.

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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

We are committed to a continued effort to broaden representation and inclusion within Abdo, as well as actively supporting initiatives within our industry and community.

Top 25

Accounting Firm in Minnesota

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Edina

5201 Eden Avenue, Suite 250
Edina, MN 55436

Phone: 952.835.9090
Fax: 952.835.3261

Mankato

100 Warren Street, Suite 600
Mankato, MN 56001

Phone: 507.625.2727
Fax: 507.388.9139

Committed to partnership

It starts with accounting.
Then goes far beyond.

With almost sixty years of experience, Abdo brings a deep level of expertise—and an even deeper commitment to understanding your specific needs.

What Every Employer Should Know About Sick Pay

The IRS defines sick pay as an amount paid under a plan to an employee who is unable to work because of sickness or injury. Sick pay may be paid by an employer or a third party, such as an insurance company, and includes both short- and long-term disability benefits.

Preparing W-2s? Don’t Forget Fringe Benefits

As the weather takes on a wintry feel here in Minnesota, we’re forced to accept what we’ve been denying for weeks: the end of the year is near. For employers, this means it’s time to think about several tax-related to-dos, including W-2s.