Stephen Moneit, CPA auditor

Stephen Moneit

Stephen Moneit , CPA auditor

Partner, Assurance and Accounting

Stephen Moneit, CPA, is a Partner and Business Advisor with MNP. Working out of the Montréal office, Stephen helps businesses in a range of industries, including real estate and distribution, as well as non-profit organizations, delivering solutions customized to help them achieve their goals.

Stephen’s services include audits, reviews, compilations, tax planning and consulting. He has strong relationships with financial institutions allowing him to assist companies in high-growth stages obtain financing. Stephen also advises clients on how to grow organically while remaining financially healthy.

Stephen’s non-profit clients include subsidized daycares, schools and community centres. He often gives presentations to non-profits on relevant topics, such as government subsidies and government audits.

After earning his Bachelor of Commerce (Honours in accounting) degree from McGill University, Stephen went on to become a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA).  He sits on the board of directors and is a past treasurer of Little Red Playhouse.


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