Jay Storeshaw, CPA, CA

Jay Storeshaw

Jay Storeshaw , CPA, CA

Partner - Assurance Services

Jay Storeshaw, CPA, CA, is a Partner and Business Advisor in MNP’s Assurance Services group in Thunder Bay. Jay takes a hands-on approach when working with clients, who include professionals such as architects and engineers, doctors and dentists, and many other owner-managed businesses and not-for-profit organizations, so he can fully understand their challenges and develop the best possible solutions.

Jay provides clients with in-depth compilations, reviews and audits and assists with tax planning and tax return preparation. Drawing on more than a decade of experience, he advises on a broad range of issues, including helping clients improve their businesses, acquire assets and position their companies for sale.

Jay’s goal is to help his clients meet their business and financial needs by working to minimize taxes, find affordable financing options and identify opportunities for expansion. Attentive and caring, he listens closely to clients’ needs and looks for new ways to approach problems and develop solutions.

In 2003, Jay received a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree from Lakehead University, where he was awarded the Dean Braun Medal for having the highest academic standing in the Commerce program. He obtained the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) and Chartered Accountant (CA) designations in 2005. Jay serves the community as a volunteer tax reviewer with CPA, CA Volunteer Tax Clinics and was a board member for the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre for six years.


Contact Jay Today

This input is required.

This input 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 input is required.

This input is required.

 

Please complete the highlighted fields.

Insights

  • Agility

    August 12, 2022

    How to prepare your construction business for a recession – your guide to surviving and thriving through uncertainty

    Headlines are being dominated by talks of a recession. Find out what your construction business can do to prepare for any challenges ahead.

  • Confidence

    August 11, 2022

    Imminent arrival of global sustainability standards impacts the future of your business

    As efforts to codify ESG gather steam, we look at how Canadian businesses can prepare for new reporting standards.

  • Progress

    July 22, 2022

    $166-million in government support up for grabs for Canada’s wine sector

    The application deadline for the Government of Canada’s Wine Sector Support Program with up to $166-million in funding is August 12, 2022.