Jeremy Goldstein’s rise to the top and the pros and cons of EPS
Posted on : 02-15-2018 By : Samantha Pointer
Practicing Attorney Jeremy Goldstein has a special set of skills that translates into very happy clients, especially when it comes to executive matters and such. He has many decades experience working as a lawyer with big corporations such as Verizon Wireless the phone company, Bank of America the nationwide bank, and Goldman Sachs a multinational finance company. He knows how to handle sensitive matters such as employee incentive programs and Earnings per Share, also known as EPS. Learn more: http://jlgassociates.com/   There are a lot of positive points of earnings per…
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Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho, a Great Brazilian Lawyer
Posted on : 10-06-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
The Brazilian law is usually based mainly on statutes, a statute being a written law that has been approved an passed by the legislature. Recently, the law of Brazil has been based on the súmulas vinculantes system. This mechanism is used only partly and is not the backbone of their dictum and more information click here. The Supreme Law, the Federal Constitution, was created on October 1988. The Civil Code, Penal Code, Commercial Code, National Tributary Code, Consolidation of Labor Codes; among a few others are examples of essential federal…
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Why Richardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho is One of Brazil’s Leading Lawyers
Posted on : 09-12-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
The system of Brazilian law is a unique one that is comprised of many intersecting and sometimes outdated laws. Like many former colonies its system of law is influenced by legal traditions that find their origins in Europe. According to TheBrazilBusiness.com there are some laws that are unique to Brazil. Some of those laws include prohibitions around hunting and wearing helmets in public places. Currently hunting is officially forbidden in Brazil with exceptions that are made to preserve the lifestyles of indigenous communities. Helmets are forbidden in public places as…
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New Zealand Not A Tax Haven – Geoffrey Cone
Posted on : 12-12-2016 By : Samantha Pointer
Geoffrey Cone, one of the most prominent lawyers and accountants in New Zealand, is appalled at recent media reports alluding to the country as a hideout for tax evaders. He lashes out at the recklessness of the press when it portrays the country as an exotic land where the wealthy engage in shady financial deals. He hastens to mention that the tax situation in the nation is diametrically different from the media reports. Cone goes into detail to explain why New Zealand has never – and will never – be…
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Geoffrey Cone Sets The Record Straight
Posted on : 11-21-2016 By : Samantha Pointer
Recently Geoffrey Cone, founder of Cone Marshall Limited, Auckland New Zealand decided to set the record straight about rumors that New Zealand was a tax haven. Cone states, New Zealand, is not a tax haven and is unlikely ever to be one. He went on to explain his reasoning. In 1961 The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) an international economic organization designed to increase world trade and economic progress was founded. The OECD and its 35 member nations have a list of countries considered tax havens and New…
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