Lisa Tutthill, CPA, CGA

Lisa Tutthill

Lisa Tutthill , CPA, CGA

Partner

Lisa is a member of MNP’s Agriculture Services team in Virden. With more than two decades of experience, Lisa helps a variety of clients, including crop and livestock operations, as well as owner-managed businesses; grocery and retail businesses, and holding investment corporations, including royalty corporations. Lisa takes pride in getting to know her clients, helping them identify opportunities and overcome challenges to succeed.

Her services include accounting, corporate tax planning and compliance, farm risk management programs including AgriStability and other related farm programs, personal tax and estate planning, and preparing and analyzing financial statements.

Involved in her own family’s crop and cattle operation, Lisa brings firsthand knowledge of the agriculture industry to her role.

Lisa studied business at Assiniboine Community College and earned an Honours Bachelor of Commerce (HBComm) in 2008 from Laurentian University. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Certified General Accountant (CGA) in 2008.


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