Jacquie Makeiff, CPA, CA

Jacquie Makeiff

Jacquie Makeiff , CPA, CA

Partner, Professional Services, CPA, CA

Jacquie is a Partner with MNP’s Professional Services team in Calgary. Working closely with medical and legal professionals as well as with other private businesses, Jacquie provides valuable corporate and personal tax solutions and advice to help her clients reach their business and personal goals. 

Jacquie is committed to providing excellent service, listening carefully to her clients to determine their unique needs, and customizing tax options to mitigate risk and help them preserve their wealth. A trusted business advisor, Jacquie offers support in several areas, including corporate, private and trust tax compliance, partnership tax compliance, compilation engagements, bookkeeping and financial statements and tax planning and remuneration planning for owner-managed private corporations.

Jacquie earned a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) from Thompson Rivers University. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2003. Jacquie completed the CPA Canada In-Depth Tax Program in 2017.

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