Cheryl Farquharson, CPA, CA

Cheryl Farquharson

Cheryl Farquharson , CPA, CA

Partner

Cheryl is a Partner with MNP's Private Enterprise team in Mississauga. She is committed to her clients’ success and develops strong working relationships with each client, allowing her to deliver customized tax saving solutions and strategies to meet their unique business and tax planning needs.

Cheryl has nearly three decades of experience serving clients in a wide range of businesses and industries, including financial services, retail, distribution, real estate and construction, car dealerships and food and beverage.

Her expertise includes compilation and tax services, as well as corporate and personal tax planning.

Cheryl earned a Bachelor of Accounting (BAcc) Honours Co-op from Brock University in 1997. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 1998.

Cheryl is a board member for the Gift of Giving Back in Burlington, supporting, educating and empowering youth to help kids feed other kids.


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