Rick Wismer, CPA, CA, CAFA, PAg, LPA

Rick Wismer

Rick Wismer , CPA, CA, CAFA, PAg, LPA

Partner

Rick Wismer, P.Ag, CAFA, CPA, CA, LPA, is a Partner in MNP’s St. Catharines office and Leader of the Agri-food and Beverage team for Southwest Ontario. Rick delivers a broad range of services to businesses primarily in the agriculture and food and beverage industries, such as wineries, craft breweries, cideries and distilleries, greenhouses and viticulture and horticulture operations.

For 35 years, Rick has owned and operated commercial farm operations specializing in viticulture, cash crops, fruit and farm management services. This has given him real-life understanding of the challenges his clients face and the opportunities that can help them thrive. As a result, Rick is able to devise creative solutions to difficult problems.

Rick also has clients in other industries, including medical professionals, manufacturing, investment holding and trucking companies. His clients benefit from his knowledge and assistance in areas such as strategic planning, succession and financial turnarounds, as well as from traditional accounting and audit services.

Rick is a Chartered Professional accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) and a Professional Agrologist (P.Ag.). He has a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from the University of Guelph, where he majored in business and economics and graduated on the Dean’s Honour Roll. Rick is also a member of the Canadian Association of Farm Advisors (CAFA) and a Licensed Public Accountant (LPA).


Contact Rick Today

This field is required.

This field 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 field is required.

This field is required.

 

Please complete the highlighted fields.

Insights

  • Progress

    February 24, 2022

    Woodlot owners: what you need to know about preparing for personal income tax season

    Woodlot owners face a unique set of personal income tax circumstances. Knowing your options can make all the difference when tax season arrives.

  • Progress

    December 05, 2022

    How do you bridge the gap between family and employees?

    In family-run businesses, it can be tricky to keep family and business separate. But treating all employees fairly is imperative to a healthy organizational culture.

  • Performance

    November 28, 2022

    Managing your farm’s living and dynamic budget

    Consider your farm’s budget as more than just a limit on your spending. When done properly, budgeting on your farm can be liberating, not limiting.