Ashton Wilson, CPA, CA

Ashton Wilson

Ashton Wilson , CPA, CA

Partner, Assurance & Accounting

Ashton Wilson, CPA, CA, is a Business Advisor with MNP’s Agriculture Services team in Saskatoon. A trusted advisor, Ashton takes the time to understand her clients and what is important to them, delivering sound advice to help them achieve their business and personal goals, enhance their business success and realize their full potential.

Ashton works one-on-one with individuals, small businesses and corporations in the agricultural sector, with a focus on family grain farms. She helps her clients with corporate and personal tax planning, operational governance, succession planning, financial reporting and strategic planning — succession, transition and expansion.

Ashton earned a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) in accounting from the University of Saskatchewan’s Edwards School of Business in 2012. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2014. Ashton is a volunteer coordinator with Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan.


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