Jeanne Cheng, CPA, CA

Jeanne Cheng

Jeanne Cheng , CPA, CA

Partner and Regional Tax Leader

Jeanne Cheng, CPA, CA, MAcc, is MNP’s Regional Tax Leader and a Partner and Business Advisor with the firm’s Tax Services group in Markham. Jeanne provides comprehensive corporate and personal tax services to a wide range of clients, with a focus on privately-owned enterprises.

Jeanne has more than two decades of experience helping clients in various industries, including real estate developers and builders, rental businesses, professionals, technology companies and private investment funds. Her areas of expertise include the taxation of partnerships and trusts, succession and estate planning, financing strategies, dispute resolution with the Canada Revenue Agency and planning for the sale or acquisition of a business.

Jeanne provides keen insights and practical solutions, helping her clients achieve both their personal and business objectives in the most tax-efficient manner possible.

Jeanne writes for various tax publications and has been a tutor for CPA Canada’s In-Depth Tax Course. She has presented at the Canadian Tax Foundation’s Ontario Tax Conference and is a member of the Ontario Tax Conference organizing committee.

Jeanne is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA). She earned a Masters of Accounting (MAcc) from the University of Waterloo in 2002.


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