It's tax season... and we've found you a great deal!

March 1, 2019 MD Financial Management

At onboardMD, we know that med students and residents generally deal with tax season in one of two ways – by getting stressed out about it, or by ignoring it completely. But as we’ve covered elsewhere, there are plenty of good reasons to file your taxes, even if you don’t owe (or earn) anything. We’re also always on the lookout for offers that can help you on your path from pre-med to practice. So, with that in mind, check out this offer from MNP: this tax season, they’re offering medical students and medical residents (and their spouses!) complimentary personal tax preparation and business advice. 

Interested in getting your taxes prepared for free*? Check out MNP!

About MNP
MNP is a leading national accounting, tax and business consulting firm for Canada’s Professional Services sector. They proudly serve and respond to the needs of healthcare practitioners by investing their time and resources into fully understanding your dynamic and unique needs. With more than 12,000 Professional Services clients, MNP has developed a diverse suite of services designed to provide a collaborative, cost-effective approach to doing business and personalized strategies to help professionals succeed at every stage of their practice.

*Exclusions: Please note that this complimentary service is only for basic personal tax returns. If you have a more complicated personal tax situation (e.g., rental, self-employed, business), MNP will happily provide a free quote.

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