Tara Schafer, CPA, CA

Tara Schafer

Tara Schafer , CPA, CA

Partner

Tara Schafer, CPA, CA, is a Partner with MNP’s Agricultural Services team in Medicine Hat. Tara provides business advisory services to ranchers and producers in Western Canada, helping them remain competitive and profitable.

Raised in a small farming community in Manitoba, Tara’s firsthand experience with agricultural operations and her thorough understanding of the agricultural industry provide her with in-depth knowledge and insight to advise clients.

Tara graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in 2002 and earned her Chartered Accountant (CA) designation in 2006. She is an AgExpert Certified Advisor, was a member of Cattlewomen for the Cure, and in her free time loves being around horses and show jumping.


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