Joel Ahrens, CPA, CA

Joel Ahrens

Joel Ahrens , CPA, CA

Partner

Joel is a member of MNP’s Assurance and Accounting team in Timmins. Joel helps not-for-profit, public sector and for-profit organizations (small businesses) achieve their goals and build success.
Joel is experienced with financial statements audits, internal control testing and auditing procedures. He also provides hands-on experience to help the team conduct the engagement, ensuring work is on schedule and appropriately timed.

Joel obtained his Business Bachelors Administration (BBA) from Nipissing University in 2007. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2010.

Joel is involved in the community in a variety of ways and currently serves as the treasurer of the Timmins Chamber of Commerce. For the past two years, he helped invigilate the CPA Canada exam for up-and-coming accounting professionals.


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