Professional Accounting Firm in Melfort

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PO Box 2020 601 Main Street Melfort, SK, S0E 1A0

MNP’s opened its second Saskatchewan location in Melfort in 1990, after a merger with Ramstead Harder & Parkinson and R.R. Rumberger, CA. An additional merger with Ted Anaka’s Hudson Bay accounting practice further grew the firm’s presence within the region. Since then, we have built strong relationships with local business, leading to our growth and move to a new building in 2002. Today, MNP’s Melfort office is home to 30 team members, ready to provide a complete range of business advice and services.

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Kenneth Klenk CPA, CMA

Business Advisor

Kenneth Klenk, CPA, CMA, is a Farm Service Advisor with MNP’s Agriculture Services team in Melfort. Drawing on more than 10 years’ experience, Kenneth helps clients who have grain, livestock or bee operations achieve their personal and business goals.

A big-picture thinker, Kenneth focuses on developing unique strategies that will meet clients’ current needs while improving future results. His services include preparing financial statements and assisting with personal and corporate tax planning and filing as well as with AgriStability and AgriInvest applications.

Kenneth is a trusted advisor who consults on a broad range of business issues, including succession planning. He makes a point of being available to his clients, getting back to people quickly and completing tasks in a timely manner.

Kenneth received a diploma in accounting from the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology in 1996. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) in 2001. Kenneth is a member of the Melfort Wildlife Federation.

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