Future Fact & Fiction: Cyprus Bank Tax And Putin

Who knows exactly who has good title to the money and assets sitting in funny-money companies, trusts, charities and the rest of the quasi-legal confetti circus of false documentation which ordinary taxpayers are asked to take seriously. And in this, I think, is the clue to the underlying strategy of risking an unprecedented new tax on savings. To repatriate this $40 billion if it were my appointed task, and if I were to change from tax poacher to gamekeeper to do it - I would locate the assets and issue protective tax assessments and impound the assets while Back-Duty-Tax-Cases were fought with each owner who appeared to claim them; a long and tedious legal process with heavy costs which would in most cases recoup 100% of the assets or cash; effective but not quick. Some person or persons in Europe have looked at the complexity of applying tax laws and said Sod that for a game of conkers and gone for a rapid and immediate alternative. They have raided the banks irrespective of arguments, lawyers, accountants, bookkeepers, bankrupt olive-grove owners, weeping starving orphans outside the courtrooms in fact they have gone for the Russian Sequestration Tax Solution RSTS. I believe most countries or tax-regions will follow Cyprus s example. visit http://sci-fi-future-fact-fiction.blogspot.com/2013/03/cyprus-bank-tax.html?spref=tw





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Michael McCarthy 1Seattle Under two proposed rule changes the US government will expand the number of trials that must report clinical trial data. This would include trials of drugs, devices, or biological products regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), regardless of who funds or conducts them, and any trials funded by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).1 The first proposal, which clarifies a provision of the Food and Drug Administration Amendments Act of 2007, would require reporting of all summaries of clinical data from trials involving FDA regulated products, whether or not the agency had approved them or cleared them for marketing. Under current rules, reporting of summary results is required only Get access to this article and to all of thebmj.com for 14 days Sign up today for a 14 day free trial Access to the full version of this article requires a subscription Please login, sign up for a 14 day trial, or subscribe below. Sign in visit http://www.bmj.com/content/349/bmj.g7103?etoc=





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