Derek Innis, CPA, CA

Derek Innis

Derek Innis , CPA, CA

Partner, Taxation Services Regional Tax Leader

Derek Innis is a Partner and the Leader of MNP’s Taxation Services group in Toronto. Derek’s focus is Canadian corporate tax planning, primarily for owner-managed businesses.

Derek has more than 22 years of experience providing tailored, practical solutions for his clients, whether he is engaged in tax planning for the sale of a business, compensation planning and optimization for owner-managers, estate planning to minimize taxation on death, or helping with Canada Revenue Agency audits and disputes. He is a skilled leader and works closely with each client to understand their circumstances and meet their needs.

While Derek has experience in a broad range of industries, he is particularly well-versed in manufacturing and processing, technology, real estate, and agribusiness. He has also assisted numerous professionals such as doctors, dentists, investment advisors, pharmacists, and architects with tax and estate planning.


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