With_noa_thksgiv_2012320400_10152165394800244_2011026854_n

Don Shaughnessy

Degree in mathematics from the University of Waterloo - 1968 Stood in the top 20 in Canada in the Chartered Accountants’ entrance exam in 1971.

Retired partner in a large international public accounting firm.

Partner in a software development business.

Specializes in business and estate structure with an emphasis on tax efficiency.

Follow http://moneyfyi.wordpress.com/

“Every great mistake has a halfway moment, a split second when it can be recalled and perhaps remedied.” — Pearl Buck I think the quote is particularly revealing. It certainl...
Somewhere between a little and a very large amount. It depends. There are reasons for the difference even when circumstances appear similar. One reason is that pension plans co...
Understanding context helps create solutions. Problems and opportunities have a way that they want to be solved. Problems and opportunities can be allocated into several categ...
If you were a goalie approaching a gold medal hockey game, what would you be thinking about? The 2014 game between Canada and Sweden should be a good one. As in all games of t...
Be Positive or B+ Suppose you are coaching a baseball team. Suppose it is the last inning and the other team has the bases loaded with two out. You are one run ahead. You ...
In 2000 years Christianity has grown from 12 disciples to about 2,000,000,000 followers. What is the average rate of growth? If you guessed 0.95% then maybe you can move on. ...