Janice Thorburn, CPA, CGA

Janice Thorburn

Janice Thorburn , CPA, CGA

Partner, Private Enterprise

Janice Thorburn, CPA, CGA, is a Partner and Business Advisor with MNP’s Assurance and Accounting Services team. Based in Courtenay, Janice works with owner-managed businesses in various industries, including construction, service and retail as well as with professionals such as doctors, dentists and veterinarians.

A trusted advisor, Janice consults on a broad range of business issues and, during annual reviews, proactively suggests solutions that improve how her clients’ businesses operate. She assists with corporate restructuring for tax planning and is always available to answer questions clients may have.

Janice sees the successful relationships she’s developed with people over the years as partnerships built on hard work, commitment and trust. She enjoys actively helping business owners develop plans to achieve their goals and watching those plans come to fruition. She also enjoys empowering her clients by giving them new mastery over their finances.

Janice is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Certified General Accountant (CGA) in 1998. She sits on the board of directors at the Strathcona Sunrise Rotary Club.


Contact Janice Today

This field is required.

This field is required.

Phone or Email field is required.

Please enter a valid email.

Phone or Email field is required.

Please enter a valid phone number.

This field is required.

This field is required.

 

reCaptcha Validation Failed. Please try again!

Please complete the highlighted fields.

Insights

  • Performance

    April 16, 2024

    Software in British Columbia: Taxation in perpetual motion

    What software is taxable in British Columbia for PST purposes? Discover the changes introduced in the province’s 2024 budget.

  • Performance

    April 16, 2024

    2024 Federal Budget Highlights

    View MNP’s full tax analysis of the 2024 federal budget.

  • Progress

    Your farm succession plan isn’t complete until it exists in writing

    The average age of farmers in Canada is increasing. Having a written succession plan becomes more important as you age, to help secure your legacy, protect your farm operation, and reduce conflict.