Ross Burns, CPA, CA

Ross Burns

Ross Burns , CPA, CA

Senior Manager

Ross Burns, CPA, CA, is a Manager with MNP’s Tax group in Kingston. With expertise in tax services, Ross helps his clients find the right tax plan to fit their unique needs and provides customized solutions to help them thrive.

Ross 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, Canadian tax filings for non-resident dispositions of taxable Canadian property and tax reorganization planning.

A proud Kingstonian, Ross earned a Bachelor of Mathematics (BMath, with Honours) from the University of Waterloo in 2012 and accounting studies at Queen’s University. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2016.


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