David R Mills explains in great detail why an offshore bank account is an very effective and legal way of concealing all types of assets and savings from creditors, ex spouses, lawyers, bankruptcy and greedy governments in this declining and worrying economy.
London, UK (PRWEB) May 28, 2008 -- David Mills explains in his most recent ebook why most people are in a position to open an offshore bank account and not just the super rich. In fact the initial amount needed is considerably lower than in an offshore location. Today, more than ever before this could be a way of overcoming the worry of financial insecurity.
David R Mills
Other advantages include earning higher rates of interest and the ability to run accounts from home with a PC. Also offshore bank customers can reduce or eliminate income tax, inheritance tax and other taxes by living in a different country.
Businessmen might find this is the only way of establishing a foreign commercial bank, since other possibilities are difficult to accept owing to the demand for high capital etc. Offshore banking is also a must for those who need complete privacy in their bank. A "numbered" account, also known as "the anonymous bank account" provides this by keeping the account holder's identity secret. All identity is erased from the bank's computer and the account holder is known by a number or code. No paper communication is ever made.
Another great benefit is that if the right jurisdiction is chosen, any financial claims made against the account holder will be thrown out by local courts.
Also, in the present social climate, where being sued for compensation is an every day occurrence, it's more important than ever to have the financial protection of an offshore bank. There are many types of investments offered by offshore banks including stocks and bonds and the choice of many different types of accounts.
Internet marketers in particular can benefit in many ways by incorporating offshore. Their assets are made very confidential and private and it helps to legally cap the tax amount paid on on line income. It is also imperative that an offshore merchant account is established to handle all credit card transactions especially when offering items or information for sale on line.
"The first quarter of this year 2008 shows a very sharp increase in the USA alone of over 12,327 citizens going offshore to bank and with the current financial climate these figures are likely to soar," says Mills.
Today, when financial security is a real concern, it makes sense to take advantage of the protection afforded by subscribing to an offshore bank.
To find out more information and the full benefits go to htttp://www.concealyourassets.com
David R Mills (UK)
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(Vocus/PRWEB ) May 28, 2008 --
What: ING debuts a new video on the Web that answers the question: What if large companies took responsibility for environmental stewardship and made it part of their fundamental business strategy?
“ING recognizes that as a global company we have a responsibility to go beyond our business strategy and do what we can to help reduce our impact on the environment,” says Catherine Smith, CEO, ING U.S. Insurance, who appears in the video.
The video offers a glimpse of the company’s environmental strategy, including ING’s investment in green energy, efforts to increase energy efficiency/reduce consumption, recycle and promote employee awareness programs.
Who: ING Executives and Environmental Champions Tell the Story
Why: ING wants to share with its customers, employees, shareholders and community that it is committed to conducting business in an environmentally responsible manner and reducing its impact on the world. The company is continuously assessing its activities and finding ways to reduce, reuse and recycle, including determining areas of improvement.
Take a look at some of ING’s initiatives and recognition received so far for its environmental efforts by clicking on the press releases below:
ING is a global financial institution of Dutch origin offering banking, investments, life insurance and retirement services to over 75 million private, corporate and institutional clients in more than 50 countries. With a diverse workforce of about 125,000 people, ING comprises a broad spectrum of prominent companies that increasingly serve their clients under the ING brand.
In the U.S., the ING (NYSE: ING) family of companies offer a comprehensive array of financial services to retail and institutional clients, which includes life insurance, retirement plans, mutual funds, managed accounts, alternative investments, direct banking, institutional investment management, annuities, employee benefits, financial planning, and reinsurance. ING holds top-tier rankings in key U.S. markets and serves over 14 million customers across the nation.
DailyCents.com announces the addition of two new bloggers. Linda Daly will be blogging about living green and being socially responsible, and Jane Dough makes her return to Daily Cents where she will once again share tips on personal finance.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 30, 2008 -- DailyCents.com, a daily e-mail service, blog, and website that delivers punchy information to help the multi-tasking woman, announces the addition of Green Cents, a timely blog about how women can live a greener life without complete sacrifice and how being charitable and socially responsible increases the humanity of both the recipients and the contributors. In addition, Daily Cents is also pleased to welcome back Jane Dough, our own personal finance expert.
Linda Daly is a firm believer that any party worth its salt should benefit a charity. Otherwise what's the point? AND, if a charity does not have a party then she's going to do her best to make sure people know about the good work that's being done. She and her friends have their own charity, Vintage Hollywood that holds an annual food and wine event for charities in Southern California. When she's not out on a personal crusade to raise awareness and funds for nonprofits worldwide, she lives as "greenly" as possible in Los Angeles with her two kids, two dogs, two fish, horses, goats, sheep donkeys and chickens.
Jane Dough, the doyenne of personal finance, joins DailyCents.com as a twice-weekly blogger -- and considering the state of our economy, not a moment too soon. Jane will help explain what's happening on the financial frontier and -- more importantly -- how those events will impact us personally. Jane plans to write on headline issues like the current mortgage meltdown, $4-a-gallon gasoline and the credit crunch as well as fundamentals close to women's pocketbooks such as savings, funding educations, retirement and debt.
"The addition of Linda Daly and the return of Jane Dough to our editorial staff is another effort on our part to bring the most relevant and useful information to our readers," said Brian McMahon, President and CEO of Daily Cents. "We want to provide fun, helpful, practical information for our audience, and we are committed to building a recognized team of experts to ensure it."
DailyCents.com is a free daily e-mail service that gives women information about workplace success, balancing family and work, personal finance, health issues, and beauty.
Daily Cents' mission is to arm women with the tools and knowledge to find more fulfillment in their careers, families, and personal lives. This unique online destination is a place where women of all ages and lifestyles can learn about and discuss relevant issues -- and have a laugh.