Danielle Bureau, CPA, CA

Danielle Bureau

Danielle Bureau , CPA, CA


Danielle is a member of MNP’s Assurance and Accounting team in Kingston. Danielle helps her clients find tax planning efficiencies as well as improved efficiencies in their day-to-day operations, making their work lives easier so they can focus on their business. She helps simplify their bookkeeping needs and is highly responsive to client questions.

Danielle delivers tailored tax and assurance services, including compliance, tax filings and tax planning, financial statement preparation, audits and reviews. She helps private businesses in a variety of industries and professional corporations, including medical, dental, physio and real estate professionals. She also works with not-for-profit organizations with assurance requirements, including local theatre organizations, arts associations, and organizations receiving municipal, provincial and federal funding. She is involved in the T1 No Charge Program for qualifying professional students and medical residents.

Danielle earned a Bachelor of Accounting (BAcc) from Brock University in 2012. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2015. She is treasurer of Girls Inc. – Limestone and a CPA mentor for CPA students on staff at MNP LLP

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