Archive | March, 2005

Offshore Gambling and Onshore Gambling

The Blog is making me feel a little like I’m baring my soul. Collectively, the stuff I’ve published, over the years, is telling a story that I would have forgotten (parts of), had it not been for the pages that have been published with Dreamweaver and other tools. Many times in my writing I make […]

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Sovereign Lifestyle and Offshore Banking

Lately I’ve published some articles about scoundrels and offshore banking scams, global tax avoidance, stories from the darker side of the “offshore” topic. I don’t want to give anyone the wrong impression, I’m not some kind of a watchdog, whistle blower, or offshore political/finance pundit, but I am however, someone who has a passion for […]

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Offshore Banking Scoundrel (Part 2)

Last week I wrote about my feelings towards Augusto Pinochet, and my opinions of him and the people who assisted, in opening over 125 bank accounts, for which to abscond with money, off the backs of the Chilean citizens. Pinochet, 89, ruled Chile following a 1973 military coup until 1990 and remained head of the […]

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Super-rich hide trillions offshore

by Nick Mathiason – The world’s richest individuals have placed $11.5 trillion of assets in offshore havens, mainly as a tax avoidance measure. The shock new figure – 10 times Britain’s GDP – is contained in the most authoritative study of the wealth held in offshore accounts ever conducted. The study, by Tax Justice Network, […]

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Antigua’s Parliament Passes Tax Law

ST JOHN’S, Antigua (AP) — The Antiguan parliament passed a tax law that paves the way for residents to pay personal income taxes for the first time in nearly 30 years. The United Progressive Party government said it was forced to reintroduce the tax to deal with the deficit left by the former Antigua Labour […]

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Offshore Banking Scoundrel

According to an American Senate investigation, Augusto Pinochet, the former Chilean dictator, stowed away more than $13m in 125 banks, including such big names as Bank of America, Coutts, Riggs Bank and Citigroup. Now here would be a good case scenario for the KYC (know your customer) laws, related to offshore banking. How could a […]

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Annual International I-Gaming Event

Recently I’ve written several articles about the “Offshore Gambling Industry”, and as I’m considering attending a major conference and expo in Montreal this June, I’ve decided to publish the following press release from River City Group, in it’s entirety. If you’d like to meet me there, please don’t hesitate to write, by using the comment […]

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An offshore gambling giant

It’s surprising how much detailed market information is produced, by leading market research companies, to quantify Internet Casinos and the offshore gambling industry. Many top-shelf law firms and representatives from the big accountancy firms, offer services to the businesses in the industry. Offshore gambling is in it’s tenth year and has become a solid, acceptable […]

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About Offshore Bank Accounts

I read a new article today by Doug Casey, the International Speculator (as he’s known), in which he talks about Swiss Bank accounts and how they used to be very popular for Americans, he goes on to lay down the truth about where the reality is now, with regard to offshore banking, asset protection, and […]

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