Jason Skilnick, CPA, CA

Jason Skilnick

Jason Skilnick , CPA, CA

Partner

Jason Skilnick, CPA, CA, leads the Tax group at MNP’s Kingston office. With nearly two decades of experience, Jason works one-on-one with company owner-managers, including health care professionals and technology start-ups, providing guidance on cross-border tax issues as well as tax credit programs.

While saving clients tax dollars is always top of mind, Jason also finds satisfaction in helping them resolve complex situations that were causing them stress. Jason is a second-generation accountant and is driven to help people make the most of tax and business opportunities and achieving their goals.

After graduating from Queen’s University in 2002 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in accounting and finance, Jason spent 10 years at a national accounting firm in Toronto, where he provided tax services to some of Canada’s largest companies and a diversity of global companies.

He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2005. He teaches tax in the Smith School of Business Commerce Program at Queen’s University and through CPA Ontario’s InDepth Tax Course.


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