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Financial transactions that lack ‘economic substance’ is classified as purchases of ‘distressed assets or debts’. In layman’s terms, these are financial undertakings in holdings that are not expected to generate any substantial revenue and profits; the reason why some individuals and entities still acquire such holdings is that they provide ‘tax breaks’ or ‘tax deductions’ from the... [Read more]

The Tax Process

Tax is the lifeblood of the government it funds the various operations of it such as law enforcement. These funds are collected from the corporations, the companies as well as each and every consumer living in the state. As simple as it may sound the process of paying for taxes and all its complexities aren’t as easy as some may think. It is so complicated in fact that it has it requires a trained... [Read more]

Offshore Declaration Made Easy

You have finally made it big; your investments are maturing, if not already matured. You now own your own empire of business around the country, and are readily expanding to other borders as you enjoy the fruits of your labor. You have made it, and now, you have every credential to prove it. You no longer bank commercially, often preferring to authorize an offshore banking representative to handle... [Read more]

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ Career as a Preservationist

By Phin Upham Most people today remember Jackie Kennedy as the wife of John F. Kennedy, but few outside of New York will remember her prolific career as a preservationist. She’d remarried to a Greek man named Aristotle Onassis, but he passed away seven years later. Because the couple lived in Greece, Jacqueline was severely limited in the amount of money she could claim as his widow. She left the... [Read more]

Dan White and the Twinkie Defense

By Phin Upham Dan White and Harvey Milk clashed frequently, and publicly, over issues that divided the communities of San Francisco. Hardly anti-gay, White had voted pro-gay on several important issues, what seemed to push White over the edge was what he saw as betrayal. Milk and San Francisco Mayor George Moscone both gave White the political cold shoulder after White left his chair on the city’s... [Read more]

The Relationship Between Marx and the Middle Ages

By Phineas Upham When people think about Karl Marx, most people don’t think about the middle ages as well. That’s a wonder considering how close in thought the two were with regards to usury, or the practice of money lending. The Enlightenment had show us that facts and reason could trump religion. That was important considering that Jews were demonized for many years because of their role as usurers. Capitalism... [Read more]

The Formation of the CIA – By Samuel Phineas Upham

This article was written by Samuel Phineas Upham The passage of the National Security Act of 1947 was a restructuring of the United States military to better support the security of Americans. President Truman signed the act into law, inspired by the success of the Office of Strategic Services throughout World War II. OSS was dissolved after the war ended, but its operations continued in the Departments... [Read more]

Republicans don’t want women earning as much as men!

Article written by Online educational resources Apparently Republicans don’t want women to earn as much as men working the same job. Apparently the Republicans have a problem with women? Any chance the democrats are spreading out this rhetoric in advance of a Hillary Clinton run? I mean Hillary will surely get a huge chunk of the female vote and many of those votes will be just because she is... [Read more]

The Problems with Fish Farms

Posted by Phin Upham “Aquaculture’s Troubled Harvest” by Bruce Barcott is an article about the fish farms throughout Broughton Archipelago, British Columbia. These remote islands “scattered through hundreds of miles of fjords,” were at first interested in the idea of getting fish farms. According to the article, they believed it would benefit the community by providing jobs and attracting... [Read more]

Mortality and Will Writing

When faced with their mortality, most people refuse to acknowledge the need to plan for their eventual passing. This is evidenced by the fact that around 70% of people do not have wills. Most people prefer to live at the moment and think that death is such a faraway notion that it almost seems fictional. Well, the truth is, we all have to go eventually. The best thing we can do for our loved ones is... [Read more]

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