Ron Friesen, CPA, CA

Ron Friesen

Ron Friesen , CPA, CA

Partner - Taxation

Ron Friesen, CPA, CA, is a Tax partner in MNP’s Saskatoon office. Ron specializes in providing tax and business advice to individuals, owner-managers and medium-sized businesses.

With more than 21 years of industry experience, Ron’s focus is on the resolution of complex taxation issues for agriculture, general small business and estate planning clients. He advises on all aspects of Canadian taxation, including personal and corporate income tax compliance, incorporations, corporate restructuring, acquisitions and divestitures, appeals, negotiating with tax authorities as well as planning and executing tax savings techniques. By working one-on-one with his clients, Ron provides customized strategies and solutions to meet their business needs.

Ron earned his Chartered Accountant designation in 1993 and his BAdmin in 1990 from the University of Regina. He currently co-chairs the North Saskatoon Business Association – Tax Committee and serves as Treasurer of the Hague’s Mennonite Church and is a Tax advisor for the Canadian Federation of Agriculture.


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