Travis Libby, CPA, CGA

Travis Libby

Travis Libby , CPA, CGA

Partner, Private Enterprise

Travis Libby, CPA, CGA, is a Partner with MNP’s Private Enterprise group in Calgary. Travis provides practical corporate and personal tax solutions to individuals and clients who own and operate private corporations, partnerships and / or trusts.

Committed to providing excellent service, Travis listens carefully to his clients to determine their unique needs and customize tax options that mitigate risk and help them preserve their wealth. A trusted business advisor, Travis offers support in several areas including corporate, private and trust tax compliance, partnership tax compliance, compilation engagements, bookkeeping and financial statements and tax planning and remuneration planning for owner-managed private corporations.

Travis earned a diploma in Business Administration (Accounting) in 1998 and is a Certified General Accountant (CGA) who earned his designation in 2002. Dedicated to professional development, Travis has completed CICA’s In-Depth Tax, Corporate Reorganization and Advanced Tax Issues for Owner-Managed Business courses.


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