Jane Richardson, CPA, CA

Jane Richardson

Jane Richardson , CPA, CA

Senior Manager

Working out of MNP’s St. Catharines office, Jane brings more than three decades of experience to her role helping agricultural and small business clients in a variety of industries achieve success.

Jane works closely with clients through many aspects of business planning, providing a broad range of Assurance and Accounting services, including preparation of financial statements and projections, tax returns and income tax planning. She primarily helps businesses in agriculture, such as vineyards and wineries, cideries, distilleries, tender fruit farmers and greenhouses.

Jane earned a Bachelor of Administration (BAdmin) from Brock University in 1986. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 1990.

Committed to her community, Jane is a longtime volunteer, having served as treasurer for organizations that include the St. Catharines Female Hockey Association, Girl Guides of Canada and Kidney Foundation of Canada.


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