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Tax Services

Nearly every transaction you complete – domestic or international, business or personal – has direct or indirect tax consequences. We’re here to help you comply with tax laws while paying the least amount of tax possible – putting more to your bottom line.

Indirect Tax

Unlock precision in indirect tax strategy with MNP. Navigate complexity, maximize recoveries, and thrive in Canada's evolving tax landscape.

Tax regulations are continually changing and can have a significant impact on how you operate and structure your business. Our tax advisors are well-versed in the latest Canadian and international tax legislation to ensure you comply with tax laws while paying the least amount of tax possible.

Your success hasn’t come pre-packaged – and neither should your tax strategies. We take the time to understand your unique situation, leaving nothing to chance. Our partner-led tax engagements enable us to pinpoint your specific needs, apply the appropriate resources and deliver a customized tax strategy designed to help you keep more of your revenue so you’re better positioned to grow your business and reach your goals.

Federal and Provincial Budgets

Check out the federal and provincial budget announcement dates and read MNP’s budget highlights to learn everything you need to know. 

Tax Alerts

Stay up to date on the latest tax bulletins and updates that could impact your business and personal taxes.

Property Tax Services 

Receive a fair and equitable assessment of your assets to help minimize your property tax obligations.

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Contact Our Tax Services Team

Am Lidder FCPA, FCA

Senior Vice President, Tax Services

Amanjit (Am) is MNP’s Senior Vice President, Tax Services. As the leader of MNP’s Tax Services and member of the firm’s management team, she is responsible for the strategic direction, guidance and leadership of the national tax service line across the firm. Within her role as the Senior Vice President, Tax Services, Am is the Chair of MNP’s Tax Executive Committee. She is also a member of the firm’s Compensation Committee and previously served as a Director on MNP’s board.

In her previous role as the firm’s Regional Tax Leader, Am provided a wide range of tax planning and compliance services to mid-sized organizations and their shareholders. Working one-on-one with clients, she delivered effective advice and strategies for corporate and personal tax planning, estate and succession planning and corporate reorganizations, as well as merger and acquisition planning.

Am is frequently included as an expert in House of Commons Standing Committee of Finance and the Standing Senate Committee on National Finance hearings on tax matters. She has also presented at numerous tax conferences hosted by CPA Canada, the Canadian Tax Foundation and Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants. Am is active in the tax education community, and previously served on the CPA Canada Education Committee, the Advisory and Planning Committee for CPA Canada’s National Conference on Income Taxes, and on the CTF British Columbia Tax Conference Program Committee. Am is also an active member of the CPA Canada Tax Advisory Committee.

Am earned a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) from the University of Northern British Columbia in 1998. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2001.