Jim Prapavessis, CPA, CA

Jim Prapavessis

Jim Prapavessis , CPA, CA

Partner

Working out of MNP’s Burlington office, Jim brings more than three decades of experience helping clients with their assurance and accounting needs to his work. Committed to his clients’ success, Jim believes delivering excellent, personalized client service is paramount, and every client relationship is to be treated like a partnership.

Jim works closely with his clients to deliver audit, tax, and consulting services. He also advises on accounting software implementation, business process improvement, and business valuation.

Prior to joining MNP, Jim worked at a public accounting firm as well as in industry, and was co-founder of a successful Burlington-based accounting firm.

Jim graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) in 1982. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 1985.


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