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Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act 2.0

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By Jeffrey Arsenault of Old Greenwich, Connecticut This month of April marked the two year anniversary of the JOBS Act signed by President Obama back in April 5, 2012. It was enacted to encourage the funding of small businesses by reducing securities regulations as part of an effort to create jobs and strengthen the economy. […]

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Medical Negligence: How to make a No Win No Fee Claim

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In comparison to the number of patients our medical professionals treat, there are only a small number of cases where things go wrong, but if they do the consequences can be dire.

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How To Complete A Successful Acquisition – The Basics

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I previously worked for a company that was known as the vulture of the financial industry in the UK. Its growth was due to its acquisition of several closed book insurance businesses and it gained quite a reputation. Each one of these acquisitions was different. If you are going to dip your toes into this […]

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Why Payday Loans are Good for Millions of People

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Payday loans are growing in popularity, and there are many excellent reasons for this occurrence. Plainly, they can help millions of people when they need help the most. Even good folks occasionally find themselves in a serious financial bind that needs immediate attention. Yet, when living payday to payday, it can be quite difficult to […]

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Phuket Tax Law – Rental Income from Holiday Home is Taxable

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In Thailand, a number of foreign real estate buyers do not necessarily use their newly bought dwelling as their permanent residence for personal use. Instead, they purchase one holiday home which remains empty for most of the time in a year. However, the fact that nobody stays in the house does not at all imply […]

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Classic Car Conversions: Should You Go Electric?

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With Christmas around the corner everyone is looking to save money where they can and whilst we are not suggesting that you should go out and purchase a new car before Christmas it is definitely something to think about over the break. In the long term and electric vehicle will help you save precious pennies […]

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Bristol Accountant Fraud Case Highlights Need for Caution

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An accountant working for a Bristol firm was jailed in July 2013 for defrauding his employer. Over the period of 12 months it was discovered that the employee, Stephen Wiltshire, had stolen £25,000. There were six occasions where the accountant had paid money to himself or his friends rather than paying the company’s creditors as […]

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What to Expect When Leasing a Car

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If you are used to buy a car and you are now interested in leasing a car, you should learn a little bit about leases when you decide that you want to go with car leases.  If you decide that you would like to lease a vehicle rather than make a long term purchase, arm […]

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It’s not All Facts and Figures

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Sometimes the skills that are required to resolve a problem involve negotiation after a report is prepared into the matter. It is something that forensic accountants do all the time. Much of their work does involve the analysis of figures and information but there are also cases of personal injury, medical negligence and even death […]

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What is Investors Looking for in 2013?

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The markets have been abuzz with activity in 2013. We have the resurgence of Facebook, rising energy prices, and the floating of the Royal Mail. The number of new businesses entering the frantic world of commercialism continues to increase and investors are simply spoiled for choice.     If you want to attract investors through […]

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