Carl DeJong

Carl DeJong

Carl DeJong

Partner and Business Advisor

Carl DeJong is a Partner with MNP in Brockville. Drawing on more than 25 years of experience, Carl works with owners of small- to medium-sized private businesses in various industries, delivering a full suite of assurance and accounting services to help them achieve their business and personal goals.

Using a hands-on, personalized approach, Carl develops targeted advice and solutions to meet clients’ individualized needs. His services include compilations and reviews, personal and corporate income tax planning and compliance and succession planning.

Carl is experienced with a range of industries, including agriculture, construction, retail and hospitality. Having grown up on a dairy farm, he has first-hand knowledge of the challenges business owners deal with on a day-to-day basis and takes a proactive, practical approach to helping them overcome issues and create increased success.

Committed to his community, Carl has served as treasurer on the board of directors for the Heritage Community Christian School for 15 years.

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