Anny Joshua, CPA, CA

Anny Joshua

Anny Joshua , CPA, CA

Senior Manager, Indirect Tax

A member of MNP’s Specialty Tax team in Mississauga, Anny is a seasoned indirect tax practitioner with in-depth Canadian sales tax knowledge. A trusted advisor, Anny offers practical advice to clients dealing with Canadian sales tax issues. Since 2004, Anny has specialized in indirect tax, providing sales tax consulting, advisory and compliance services to a wide range of clients in public practice. She represents clients in dealing with tax authorities with respect to sales tax audits, appeals, voluntary disclosures and sales tax rulings and interpretation submissions. Anny helps her clients by taking ownership of complex sales tax issues and develops feasible and realistic solutions to best meet their business needs from start to finish.

Anny thinks strategically about her clients’ needs by first understanding their business, their plans and activities in Canada, and then identifying sales tax compliance issues and areas of risk to minimize tax burden.

Anny earned a Master of Accounting (MAcc) from the University of Waterloo in 1999. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2002.


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