Jeff Harrison, CPA, CMA

Jeff Harrison

Jeff Harrison , CPA, CMA

Partner - Indirect Tax

Jeff is a member of MNP’s Indirect Tax Services group in Regina. With nearly three decades of experience, Jeff solves indirect tax problems for credit unions and other financial institutions, as well as for companies in the energy, mining, resources, and construction sectors.

Jeff works closely with clients to explain sales tax rules and how they are applied, and how to manage sales taxes accordingly. His support includes helping organizations recover sales taxes paid in error and defend their filing positions during sales tax audits. His overall goals are to eliminate the guesswork involved in applying indirect tax rules, and find practical solutions for every situation, no matter how challenging or complex.

Prior to joining MNP, Jeff spent more than 12 years in public practice with two Big Four firms as their key resource for indirect tax in Saskatchewan. He was also a GST / HST auditor for the Canada Revenue Agency.

Jeff is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) in 1998.

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