Brent Gossner, CPA, CA

Brent Gossner

Brent Gossner , CPA, CA

Business Advisor

Brent Gossner, CPA, CA, is a Business Advisor and Partner with MNP in Lloydminster. A member of the firm’s Assurance Services group, Brent is a trusted advisor to small businesses, including oilfield service companies, contractors and agricultural operations.

Working one-on-one, Brent helps clients explore different aspects of their business and what they can do to create higher levels of success. His services include preparing financial statements, tax planning and compliance and advising on a broad range of business issues. Brent focuses on developing strong relationships that allow clients to comfortably talk about all their challenges so that he can deliver tailored solutions and services.

Brent obtained a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting from the University of Saskatchewan in 2008. He is a designated Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) and Chartered Accountant (CA), qualifying in 2011.

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