Archive | October, 2006

Jackpot Factory

In addition to Jackpot Factory’s huge birthday promotion of Super 7’s, promotions all over Jackpot Factory Casinos will be popping up all month long, totally up to $777,777 in bonuses. Keep your eyes open especially around turkey day.. (more…)

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Uruguay Living

This is the journal of The Southron, an American Expatriate from Florida who has spent the last decade living in the West Indies, former Yugoslavia and Costa Rica. He moved to Montevideo, Uruguay at the end of February 2006… Continue reading “Uruguay Living”

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Urgent Appeal for Iranian Blogger Held Incommunicado

Amnesty International today issued a ‘Call to Bloggers’, asking them to get online and stand up for freedom of expression on the internet. The organisation says this is a critical time when fundamental rights – particularly freedom of expression and privacy – are under threat from governments that want to control what their citizens say, […]

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Ecudaor Travel Portal

You’re looking for that special and unique trip that’s different – a bit off the beaten path – to offer great memories from warm and wonderful hosts in unique surroundings? A trip to warm and friendly Ecuador — featuring the splendor and excitement of nature in the Galapagos Islands – may be the excitement you’re […]

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Hackers Zero In on Online Stock Accounts

Hackers have been breaking into customer accounts at large online brokerages in the United States and making unauthorized trades worth millions of dollars as part of a fast-growing new form of online fraud under investigation by federal authorities. E-Trade Financial Corp., the nation’s fourth-largest online broker, said last week that “concerted rings” in Eastern Europe […]

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US Corporate Privacy Rules

Moving Toward a Global Solution The global economy requires the cross-border transfer of personal information. At the same time, such transfers are becoming more difficult and costly from a business perspective because more countries are adopting privacy laws that regulate, among other things, cross-border data transfers. (more…)

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Swiss Banks Broke Privacy Law

Swiss banks violated the law by passing banking information on to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, the country’s top data protection official said Friday. The banks, usually known for safeguarding the privacy of their clients, should have informed customers making international money transfers via the Belgium-based SWIFT money-transfer service that their data could be passed […]

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Singapore Business Incorporation

AsiaBiz Singapore (www.AsiaBizSetup.com) introduces a set of comprehensive ready-made packages at special prices to meet the needs of inspiring global entrepreneurs and companies wishing to incorporate and do business in Singapore. (more…)

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Panama Foundation

QUESTION: I have a foreign grantor trust, but from what I have read I have to file a FBAR report when I exceep $10,000 a year. Would the same be true if I had a Panama Foundation? I was told that since I wouldn’t own it then I wouldn’t have to list it, in fact […]

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