Henry Zimmer

“Who is Henry Zimmer, and what can he possibly have to say?” I am a semi-retired CPA living in Palm Desert, California. Although I am a U.S. citizen, I’ve lived most of my life in Canada where I hold a Chartered Accountant (CA) designation. My undergraduate degree is in English and I pride myself on my communication skills. (I hope you’ll agree as you read this book.) My business career has spanned the last half-century. I have written 15 books on Canadian taxation and financial planning, several of which have been best sellers, although I am virtually unknown in the U.S.

In 1984, I joined forces with a 17-year-old computer genius and we developed what became Canada’s foremost income tax system. The folks who own Turbo Tax and Quicken own the business today. In 1991, we sold our company and I was able to retire. I am comfortable but not wealthy. My last book on financial planning was written in 1993. I never thought I would have anything more to say. Although I’m a bit of a loner, I was reasonably well connected in the day. I was listed in Canadian Who’s Who and was on a first-name basis with two Canadian Prime Ministers.
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Tammy Messina
Christ following, wife, mother, grandmother, and small business owner with passions for holistic wellness, gardening, raising critters, and preserving our Constitutional liberties especially free speech, religious freedom, and the 2nd Amendment. God gave me the most wonderful husband, who I love dearly and am grateful to have the opportunity to work with every day as his Producer in this Real Side venture. When you see my posts, they are truly mine. So please don't hold him accountable for what I write. Contrary to what some say, I'm not a Stepford wife. I have my own opinions and am willing to share some of them here.

 

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