Nina Heft is a Principal with over 25 years of experience as a tax advisor. Before joining the PSB Boisjoli team in 2001, Nina ran the expatriate tax services group of another major Montreal accounting firm.
Nina is a seasoned tax expert who specialises in U.S. taxation, U.S. and cross-border tax planning (including income tax and inheritance tax), U.S. corporate tax returns, and individual U.S. tax returns for Canadians and U.S. citizens living in Canada. She also provides her clients with the taxation advice they need for compliance issues and expansion into U.S. and Canadian markets.
Her substantial portfolio of clients primarily includes U.S. citizens living in Canada, Canadian individuals investing in U.S. real estate and partnerships, as well as Canadian companies operating franchises and subsidiaries in the United States, across a wide range of business sectors. Nina is especially interested in real estate and wholesale. Real estate brokerage firms regularly call on her expertise in order to provide their clients with specialised and up-to-date U.S. taxation advice.
Nina is also highly active within PSB Boisjoli, regularly giving conferences to our firm’s employees and clients, and writing for our newsletter, The Reporter.
Nina’s deep commitment to her clients and her proven expertise in U.S. taxation make her one of PSB Boisjoli’s most appreciated and sought-after professionals.
Education and Professional Affiliations
- BA Finance, Western University of Ontario – 1985
- Graduate Diploma in Public Accountancy, McGill University – 1988
- CPA designation, Maine, U.S.A. – 1995
- CPA, CA designation – 1989
- Quebec Order of Chartered Professional Accountants – 1989-present
- Treasurer, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation – 2003-2006
- Treasurer, JPPS Bialik – 2003-2008