Kevin Mooy, CPA, CA

Kevin Mooy

Kevin Mooy , CPA, CA

Senior Manager

Kevin Mooy, CPA, CA, is a Senior Manager with MNP’s Tax group in Kingston. Kevin delivers strategic advice and tailored solutions to his clients, working with them one-on-one to help them minimize their tax challenges and develop sound strategies for the future.

With close to two decades of experience in public accounting, Kevin works one-on-one with professionals, owner-managers, personal tax clients, estates and non-resident individuals with Canadian tax issues. His services include personal, corporate and trust and estate tax planning and preparation, and not-for profit organizations.

Kevin earned a Bachelor of Commerce (B.Comm) from Queen’s University in 1999. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2003.


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