The Hendry Warren Hat was recently in England visiting Babbage’s Difference Engine No. 1. Developed in 1832, this machine is one of the earliest automatic calculators. Babbage and his work would go on to inspire increasingly sophisticated machines. However, with a cost of £17,000 at the time, the Difference Engine was more expensive than two warships!
Fast forward to the present, this week two of our partners, Dan Warren and Jacob Milosek, are teaching the CPA’s Income Tax for the General Practitioner course in Kelowna B.C. In Canada’s ever evolving tax environment, Dan and Jacob are bringing new tax planning ideas to the table and helping to upgrade the skills of accountants from across the country. It is one of the many ways that we contribute to the growth of the profession and help empower and inspire young professionals so that we can better serve Canada’s entrepreneurs. And it’s not costing two warships!