Geoff Webber, d.fisc

Geoff Webber

Geoff Webber , d.fisc

Partner

Geoff is a member of MNP’s Tax Services team in Cowansville. He helps small and medium business owners and their families successfully handle the financial, interpersonal and income tax aspects of estates, and preserve their wealth from generation to generation.

With nearly three decades of accounting experience, Geoff asks detailed questions and listens carefully to the answers to help his clients determine the results they want to achieve. He helps clients with income tax, sales tax, and personal, corporate, and estate tax returns, as well as with the tax aspects of intergenerational business transfers. Geoff works closely with clients in the agricultural and farming sectors as well as with small businesses.

Geoff studied agriculture and animal sciences at McGill University, and graduated from the University of Sherbrooke with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in small business management in 1991 and a Taxation diploma in 2005.

He is treasurer of the Brome-Missisquoi-Perkins (BMP) Hospital Foundation and a board member of Association Garagona, a camp for people living with intellectual challenges.


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