Archive | January, 2007

IFC NewsLinks

IFC NewsLinks is brought to you by: Capital Conservator Treasury Services SA – The Private Financial Account Solution for Select Clients www.CapitalConservator.Com HEDGE FUNDS FLEE TAX HAVEN IN VIRGIN ISLANDS, HOUNDED BY IRS Mosler complains that hedge funds were chased away by federal tax law changes and an Internal Revenue Service that says it suspects […]

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New Luxury Resort in Bermuda

Jumeirah, the fast growing Dubai-based luxury hotel group and member of Dubai Holding, has been appointed to manage the first new luxury resort to be built in Bermuda in 35 years. Pending approval by government agencies, the resort plans to open in mid-2008. The Dubai-based group’s properties, also include Burj Al Arab, the world’s most […]

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WTO Rules Against US in Internet Gambling Case

The US has suffered a setback in a World Trade Organisation case that accuses the country of protectionism against international online gambling companies. The US admitted on Friday that the WTO had ruled against it in the latest stage of a long-running dispute with the tiny Caribbean island of Antigua over whether US laws allow […]

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Save Taxes Offshore

Legal Ways to Save Taxes Offshore & Onshore

by Vernon Jacobs, CPA & J. Richard Duke, JD, LLM An Extensive Collection of Tax Reduction Alternatives that Are Sanctioned by the U.S. Tax Law and Will Work Anywhere in the World. Do you want to know how to save taxes offshore or just how to save taxes without getting into an argument with the […]

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Bahamas Backgammon Tournament

Bahamas Backgammon Tournament

Partygammon.Com Million is the Richest Backgammon Tournament in History Total prize pool over $1.2 million — winner to take home over $600,000. Nassau, Bahamas (PRWEB) January 24, 2007 — The inaugural PartyGammon.com Million, the world’s first ever million dollar backgammon tournament, at the famous Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island in The Bahamas, is underway with […]

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Sail to Cuba to Close Guantánamo

5,000 Sail to Cuba to Close Guantánamo

Just over a week on from the 5th anniversary of the first transfers to the US prison camp at Guantánamo, over 5,000 people from more than 90 countries have set off on a virtual voyage to the US detention centre. The travellers are taking part in AI’s latest online campaign to persuade the US government […]

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Asset Protection – Why Necessary? Why Offshore?

If you are reading this you are apparently a person concerned with not only protecting that which you have worked hard to obtain, that which you hope to build and acquire in the future, but also with making sure the products of your labor are protected and transferred to those you care about. Sadly, in […]

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Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners

The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) is a unique professional body providing members with a local, national and international learning and business network. STEP provides education, training, representation and networking for its members, who are professionals specializing in trusts and estates, executorship, administration and related taxes. Members advise clients on the broad business […]

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The Offshore Myth

The general misconception is that anyone who moves money offshore is a criminal, as the headlines about money laundering with offshore havens would lead one to conclude. Since the majority of people receive their news in thirty second blips or from short 300 word news articles like the one on MSNBC´s website (www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7046153), most will […]

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IFC Newslinks

International Regulatory & Judicial News Alert provided by Capital Conservator Treasury Services FACT-BYTE: Five nations have taken the political decision not to negotiate with the OECD: Monaco, Andorra, Liechtenstein, the Marshall Islands, and Liberia. (more…)

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