Tracy Watters, CPA, CA

Tracy Watters

Tracy Watters , CPA, CA

Partner

Tracy Watters, CPA, CA, is a Partner with MNP’s Assurance and Accounting team in Ottawa. Working with small - to medium-sized owner-managed businesses, Tracy provides non-audit (Notice-to-Reader and review), corporate tax and personal tax services, with a focus on assurance, business advice and tax planning.

Tracy builds long-term trusting client-advisor-relationships by getting to know her clients personal and business goals and taking the time to thoroughly understand their business . This ultimately allows her to provide clients with sound business advice tailored to their specific needs. Tracy provides a broad range of business advice on everything from day-to-day questions about payroll and filing indirect tax returns, to tax planning and succession planning.

After earning a Bachelor of Accounting degree (Honours) from Brock University in 2006, Tracy became a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2007.


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