You do not have to be an expert to see it – many American banks simply fail to provide their customers with a safe banking service. Not only is it not affordable, but things can go terribly wrong if the bank goes under. The situation is not different in Europe either – some banks seem stable enough, but others are close to insolvency, putting their customers' hardly earned money at risk.
At this point, you will probably ask yourself – what would happen if your bank becomes insolvent? What happens to your money? Do you have the energy to fight insurance companies to recover your money? Will the government help? Everything would be alright if you knew your money is safe, but you know governments and insurance companies do not really care about the people.
So, are there any better solutions? Is there a way to come up with some great interest rates for your money? Can you diversify your assets to avoid keeping all your eggs in one basket? Can you...
Today we launched our first animation video about OffshoreCorpTalk.com - it is one of the first in a series of videos we will release about our forum, the activity around here and of couse some explainer videos. We will strive to provide informative, professional created videos to make this place even better and the forum stronger.
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In a world where capitalists dominate the economic system, where do ordinary people stand? While the big corporations continue to maximize their gains and minimize their costs by avoiding taxes, the small to medium enterprises struggle to even survive difficult business situations.
Please watch this before you continue, understand the reality!
Some business owners are even forced to shut down their businesses without getting their return of investment. There are many reasons businesses fail. They can be as a result of recession, wars, and high taxation. But sometimes can also be due to poor management decisions, inadequate financial reserves, and insufficient marketing.
One of the secrets to running a successful business is building a good and wide network. There is no denying that in today’s modern era, who you know matters...
A Comprehensive Discussion at Offshorecorptalk.com Reveals Anonymous Cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin is not completely anonymous; it is pseudonymous as each user has a public address traceable to an exchange account or IP address through proper network analysis. - PR12844292
Peter Schiff’s Bank Service to Criminals as Per the Tax Probe Triggers Sizzling Reactions at OffshoreCorpTalk.com
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As you have already been notified by e-mail, we are in the process of updating the forum with a lot of new and exciting features.
Below you can follow all the many new features we add regularly.
As you have probably noticed, our logo has been replaced, below you can see it in large format until we get the logo at the top made a little bigger.
So what have come of new features in OffshoreCorpTalk V.2.0?
It is possible to use a "thread prefix" called "question" - for threads that are based on questions for other users, and, which are flagged as "Question" when you create a new thread. See picture below
All threads created as an "question" will have the options for other users to upvote or downvote a question.
Soon we will make a seperated category here on OffshoreCorpTalk.com...