Curtis Krause, CPA

Curtis Krause

Curtis Krause , CPA

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Curtis is a Business Advisor with MNP’s Real Estate and Construction team in Kelowna. Curtis serves the community builders of the Okanagan region, from start-ups to multimillion-dollar development companies. He delivers practical tax and business advisory services with a creative approach to technical business challenges, helping management teams execute on both their long- and short-term business goals.

Curtis works closely with private enterprises and businesses in the real estate and construction industries, including construction and development companies and all supporting trades, property managers and real estate agents. His services include accounting and tax compliance, wealth protection, corporate and personal tax planning, and estate and succession planning.

Curtis earned an Honours Bachelor of Management (BMgmt) from the University of British Columbia in 2015. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying in 2018.


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