Kathy Bonazew, CPA, CA

Kathy Bonazew

Kathy Bonazew , CPA, CA

Partner, Cross-Border Individual Tax

Kathy Bonazew, CPA, CA, is a Partner and member of MNP’s Taxation Services team. Specializing in international tax, Kathy works with individuals and corporations to help them manage their Canadian, U.S. or global tax obligations so they protect their money and maintain compliance.

Kathy’s services include U.S. and domestic personal income tax compliance and planning, including helping Canadians plan for U.S. real estate purchases. Her clients include Canadians working in the U.S. or other countries and non-Canadian residents working or carrying on business in Canada. She also works with individuals and corporations that own U.S. real estate and / or conduct business across the border.

Highly experienced, Kathy draws on two decades of work in international tax to deliver simple, practical solutions to help clients meet their goals. She works closely with both individuals and corporate clients to fully understand their unique circumstances and customize solutions accordingly.

Kathy was designated a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 1987 and has a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Manitoba. She volunteers with the Compassion House Foundation where she serves as Treasurer. She is also the volunteer manager of a community soccer team.


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