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Business Law

San Diego County Credit Union CD Rates July 2011 Update

19th September 2011
San Diego County Credit Union, San Diego's largest locally owned financial institution. With over $5 billion in assets, San Diego County Credit Union is a not-for-profit credit union wholly owned and operated by its members. Unlike most other financial in...
Author: Hubert
Business Law

Offshore company incorporation

14th July 2011
The term "incorporation" means the process of forming the new corporation or groups of people in an organization for many purposes. Offshore incorporation is the corporation that has been formed in the countries other than you reside which are either unta...
Author: act offshore
Bankruptcy Law

Avoiding Bankruptcy in Small Business

10th June 2011
Every person would certainly want to avoid bankruptcy especially the businessmen. Bankruptcy is responsible for the adverse affects on creditworthiness amongst the financial institutions. This also affects its future business as well. All this is due to t...
Author: Robert
Taxes

Why it is advisable to file your income tax online

17th March 2011
According to CRA it is more advisable to file income tax online to reduce the chances of errors and miscalculations that are common when using paper and pencil. There are many websites which enable taxpayers to file taxes online for free. Tax preparation ...
Author: Robert
Taxes

How to make filling of income tax easy for you the taxpayer

17th March 2011
The internet now has many websites and software which make it possible for taxpayers to do online tax filling at their own convenience. They help make the process of income tax filing easier and faster, and reduce the mistakes that are common when you use...
Author: Robert
Business Law

MBC funds: Providing an immediate access to your business financing.

31st January 2011
People run business to earn benefits and to make all its resources to the full use. However, people due to increasing competition today, takes risks calculated for their business objectives. Here, money also plays an important role. Risk and crisis are an...
Author: Bernie Lemieux
Business Law

The Process of Quantitative Easing and How a Currency Loses Its Worth

19th January 2011
Quantitative easing is a monetary policy that is implemented by central banks to increase the marketís money supply overnight and to encourage commercial banks and other financial institutions to lend money to persons or corporations that are financially ...
Author: Steffen Berhardt
Legal

Fake and Fraudulent Permanent Resident Cards

12th January 2011
Many people seeking to get your self a U.S. Green card do not really fulfill the actual qualifications needs because mandated through the actual government. Sadly, due to using a criminal record or limited assets, a big quantity associated with green card...
Author: Felix Black
Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy: Facing Financial Hardship and Foreclosure in Tucson

24th September 2010
Each year, over 1.5 million people, roughly 2% of the population of the United State, file for protection through chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy. On almost a weekly basis, we learn about another corporation, airline, or investment firm facing bankrupt...
Author: Max Gunderson
Criminal Law

Fraud Crime Gang Busted

24th August 2010
Taipei, Taiwan, August 18, 2010- A fraud crime group, which used to operate under the cover of an incense shop, has been busted. The group has 17 members and is headed by OO Chen. It used to recruit juvenile delinquents and made a lot of money by making f...
Author: changcasper001
Taxes

Do You Want To Know What Debt Help Does?

15th June 2010
Whether you are having a debt crisis or simply in need of temporary financial aid, debt help agencies can surely help you. What's more is that some of these agencies also offer budgeting help to assist you in managing your funds well. Debt, as much as ...
Author: Rudy Silva
Taxes

How IRS Verifications Prevent Fraud

05th May 2010
Among the many problems that contributed to the housing market implosion of 2007-2010 was that of unsubstantiated income claims on mortgage applications. In addition to the other variables, this misreporting (sometimes innocent, sometimes fraudulent by de...
Author: Robert Bell
Bankruptcy Law

Declaring Bankruptcy: Cost and Important Considerations

04th May 2010
A large number of people are going through financial difficulties in their lives -- especially with the recent global Crisis throughout the world. There are a lot of individuals and corporations that undergoing buyouts and layoffs. Financially weird situa...
Author: BrianJoneta
Internet Law

Tips For Avoiding Cyber Crime

23rd April 2010
Editor's note: One-third of all data breaches occur in small businesses: the following piece provides excellent tips for protecting your small business. It was written by freelancer Jason Turbow for BizWise, the monthly Cisco newsletter for business owner...
Author: Jeremy Jones
Bankruptcy Law

Filing for bankruptcy is a viable option

16th April 2010
Declaring bankruptcy is considered to be a bad thing. It is looked down upon as a sign of weakness. We have been conditioned into thinking about bankruptcy as the last resort. We have been told to avoid filing for bankruptcy because of the future effects ...
Author: Paul Collingwood
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