How to open an offshore bank account

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Many banks require a physical interview but not all of them do for a bank account formation. It is still largely possible to open your offshore account by mail. Your bank will always be happy to find the following documents included in your account-formation package: Bank Account Purpose. Draw up a letter describing the purpose of your offshore company and the use to which its offshore bank account will be put, including intended annual turnover and information regarding the origin of the funds ...
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Jul 23 2014


The Fed and other Garbage

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"The Jesuit priest John H. Surratt, proven to be the ring leader in the death of President Lincoln was untouchable. In the affidavit of Henri De Sainte Marie, Aims Report, House of Representatives, 39th Session Congress, Page 15, Ex. Document No. 9., he says: ‘I believe he is protected by the clergy and that the murder is the result of a deep laid plot, not only against the life of President Lincoln but against the existence of the republic, as we are aware that priesthood and royalty are and ...
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Jul 21 2014


Yacht and Ship Registration in the Isle of Man

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The maritime history of the Isle of Man dates from the eighteenth century and the Island is recognised internationally as an efficient and well- run centre for both registration and management. It was ranked third in the world by Port State Authority in September 2004. The Marine Administration was established in 1984 and offers 24 hour cover for both yacht and ship owners. Local legislation has also been amended to adopt the •Megayacht” code and enable commercial yachts exceeding 24 ...
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Jul 20 2014


Custom Pocket Watches Make The Perfect Engraved Gift

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Pocket watches were the most common type of watch from the 16th century until after World War I at which time military style watches became popular. Some have a connected chain in order to be attached to a belt loop so that they may not be dropped.  Some pocket watches are also affixed to a fob. Fobs also provide a degree of protection for the face or crystal of the watch. They were accepted first as an intermediary size between wrist watches and full size clocks.  At the beginning , ...
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Jul 19 2014


International Business Corporations

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International Business Corporations (IBCs) By William Cate Published October 1999 [http://home.earthlink.net/~beowulfinvestments [http://home.earthlink.net/~beowulfinvestments/globalvillageinves tmentclubwelcome/] Most American Multinational Corporations operate outside the States as an IBC. If you call their export division, you'll find that you are talking to someone in Zurich or Nassau. The reason is that using an IBC to sell their products or services overseas saves the company on ...
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Jul 16 2014


Airline Customer Service Careers

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The US airline industry is gradually moving away from all the bloodletting that brought about the bankruptcy of four major carriers over the past several years while at the same time marked the emergence of many discount carriers into the forefront of the business. Indeed, the face of commercial aviation has changed dramatically over the past decade and it now appears that the worst is behind us. This does not mean that further layoffs and downsizings are not possible, but for the person ...
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Jul 14 2014


The Self-Appointed Altruists - Part II

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NGO's in places like Sudan, Somalia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Albania, and Zimbabwe have become the preferred venue for Western aid - both humanitarian and financial - development financing, and emergency relief. According to the Red Cross, more money goes through NGO's than through the World Bank. Their iron grip on food, medicine, and funds rendered them an alternative government - sometimes as venal and graft-stricken as the one they replace. Local businessmen, politicians, academics, ...
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Jul 13 2014


Pilots - what are they earning?

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PILOTS - WHAT ARE THEY EARNING TODAY? Contributed by Julia Dean, www.AirlineJOB.net DO YOU WANT TO BE A PILOT IN THE UNITED STATES? I receive many emails requesting information about becoming an airline pilot in the United States. This article addresses many of the general questions I receive about types of pilot careers, salaries, FAA requirements, training, advancement opportunities and the employment outlook for pilots in the US. (Please note that the commercial pilot industry is ...
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Jul 12 2014


Just War

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In an age of terrorism, guerilla and total warfare the medieval doctrine of Just War needs to be re-defined. Moreover, issues of legitimacy, efficacy and morality should not be confused. Legitimacy is conferred by institutions. Not all morally justified wars are, therefore, automatically legitimate. Frequently the efficient execution of a battle plan involves immoral or even illegal acts. As international law evolves beyond the ancient percepts of sovereignty, it should incorporate new thinking ...
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Jul 08 2014


How to Win a Reporter's Heart

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Like all other humans, reporters are subject to the Law of Reciprocity. When they receive cooperation, they will give cooperation. When they receive loyalty, they will give loyalty. When they receive gifts, they will give gifts. This is a very human norm that is rooted in our collective past, when reciprocity was a tool of survival. And this is why most media outlets forbid their reporters from accepting gifts from the public, especially from news sources. The majority of media ban gifts that ...
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Jul 07 2014