Shavon Hyatt, CPA, CA

Shavon Hyatt

Shavon Hyatt , CPA, CA

Partner

Shavon is a member of MNP’s Tax Services team in Mississauga. Listening carefully to her clients to understand their challenges and goals, Shavon helps business owners, and individuals minimize their tax burden and plan for the future.

Shavon works closely with owner-managed private companies, owners looking to transition their business to the next generation, and businesses at all stages of the life cycle, including those in the real estate and construction sectors.

She assists with succession planning, business transitions, and post-mortem estate planning, including a review of will(s) to ensure the will(s) align with client wishes.

Shavon earned a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) from the University of Ottawa in 2001. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA).

Shavon is a financial literacy facilitator with CPA Canada, and also volunteers with the Black Female Accountants Network.


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