Katherine Fayolle

Katherine Fayolle

Katherine Fayolle

Partner

Katherine is a member of MNP’s U.S. Tax Services team in Toronto. With more than a decade of personal and estate tax experience, Katherine delivers practical tax advice, tax planning and compliance solution. She helps clients stay onside with U.S. and Canadian tax authorities and manage their tax exposure.

Katherine works one-on-one with high net worth individuals, owner-managed businesses, and individuals in the arts sector. She advises clients on border considerations when undertaking re-organizations and estate planning, as well as on related tax compliance. She frequently consults on the cross-border implications of immigration, trusts, corporate structuring and estate planning for U.S. citizens and non-citizens.

Katherine has been published in Wolters Kluwer’s Tax Topics and has been a presenter at the Canadian Tax Foundation. She speaks on a variety of tax topics for organizations and industry groups.

Katherine earned an Honours Bachelor of Commerce (B.Comm) in accounting from York University in 2008.


Contact Katherine 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

  • Performance

    August 17, 2022

    A professional’s guide to coping with high inflation

    Owners of professional practices need to weather the storm of inflation, but their approach will, by necessity, look different from most traditional businesses.

  • Performance

    August 16, 2022

    The Pros and Cons to Incorporating Your Professional Practice

    Whether to incorporate your practice is a major decision that can impact the trajectory of your career, your tax obligations, and your financial freedom.

  • 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.