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text 2017-04-03 07:12
Wallace Associates - Effektive steuerliche Planung und Vorbereitung im Laufe der Jahre

Die meisten von uns kennen den Stress beteiligt bei der Planung und Vorbereitung von steuerlichen Unterlagen und wir verstehen, dass Steuern bereits ein Teil des Lebens. Verzweiflung ist manchmal das Ergebnis die lästige Aufgabe der Ermittlung der Bemessungsgrundlage und Entrichtung der Steuer selbst, die für mehrere Wochen, Monate oder sogar ein Jahr dauern könnte.


Froh, dass wir Experten auf diesem Gebiet, die uns die Arbeit erleichtern mit ihrer notwendige Beratung und Service helfen könnte. Wenn Sie derzeit eine harte Zeit zu diesem Thema haben, es gibt keinen Schaden in Rücksprache mit Wallace Associates, Recht? Die Firma bieten entsprechende Lösungen basierend auf ihren Bericht über Ihr Unternehmen. Sie sind bekannt dafür, dass eine langjährige Erfahrung und zuverlässige Funktion.


Die abrechnungstechnische und buchhalterische Dienstleistungen von Wallace Associates sind immer mit positiven Bewertungen von ihren Kunden, absolut kein Betrug gegeben. Für jede Art von persönlichen oder geschäftlichen Vorhaben ist die Firma in der Lage, alle Arten von vollständige steuerliche Planung und Vorbereitung.


Wahrscheinlich sah dies schon oft schon, aber es ist wirklich wichtig zu planen und Ihre steuerlichen Pflichten im Voraus vorzubereiten. Sie erhalten Einsparungen sowie geringere gegenwärtigen und zukünftigen Steuerzahlungen mit einer maßgeschneiderten Business-Strategie. Steuerexperte mit ein umfangreiches Wissen über diese ist notwendig, um Sie Bereiche, wo Sie dies wirklich tun können.


Mit ihrem hochspezialisierten Know-how verbringt die Firma genug Zeit bei der Vorbereitung und Auseinandersetzung mit der Vorbereitung der steuerlichen Unterlagen ihrer Kunden zu tun. Wallace Associates begrüßt jede Art von Kunden, sei es ein Konzern, Partnerschaft, Einzelperson, oder ein Landgut, Vertrauen oder Non-Profit-Organisation. Zeugnisse von ihren Kunden auch, dass die Firma spezialisiert hat Forschung Techniken sowie Programme zugeschnitten auf die Bedürfnisse seiner Kunden, minimale Steuerschulden zu erreichen.


Ohne Zweifel ist Wallace Associates für Ihren Finanzierungsbedarf gedacht

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text 2017-02-26 07:03
Book Blitz - Worth Any Cost

Worth Any Cost
Brenna Aubrey
(Gaming the System #6)
Publication date: February 28th 2017
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance

You are cordially invited to the wedding of the decade.

Adam Drake and Emilia Kimberly Strong have chosen a date to solidify their love in the bonds of matrimony.

Join them on their exotic destination wedding. Visit with their friends and loved ones. But hold the champagne toast. Fate has a few last tests for our couple on their way to the altar.

Natural 20 or natural disaster?

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Satisfied with my results, I settled on the bed, all snug and dry in my robe. Pressing a stack of clean washcloths to my mouth to muffle the laughter, I heard the water turn off. After a few seconds’ hesitation, he called from inside the bathroom.


“Hey. Where are all the towels?”


I didn’t answer, just laughed some more and smothered my giggles.


The slap of his wet feet on the bare floor sounded as he crossed the bathroom toward the door. He poked his dripping head out of the doorway. “What did you do?” His dark eyebrow arched, hair soaked and plastered to his forehead. A puddle quickly formed around his feet.


I held up one of the tiny washcloths. “You want this, don’t you? The hate is swelling in you now.”


His mouth quirked. “Something’s swelling, but it isn’t hate.” He pushed the hair away from his forehead and cleared the water that had dripped into his eyes. “Somehow I thought getting away with that was too easy.”


I smirked. “You should know me better by now. As for drying off…you could always use your dirty underpants.”


“Underpants? What am I, five?” He clenched his jaw and then grinned. “Don’t underestimate the power of the dark side, young Jedi.”


I rolled my eyes. “So you’re going to try to one-up me? So predictable. I’m shaking in my boots.”


His dark eyes gleamed as he came closer. Rivulets of water had collected on his tasty abs. It was fascinating to behold.


“And you should know me better, too.” He grinned evilly. “I don’t one-up. I one-hundred-up.” Then he shook his head inches from my face. Droplets of water sprayed everywhere. I let out a screech and pulled back. “You are looking too dry over there, little girl. Let me help you with that.”


And he promptly pinned me, dripping wet, to the bed and started rubbing his drenched face in mine. “You’re gonna soak the bed!” I screeched.


“Collateral damage,” he replied. He reached down and pulled the belt on my robe, opening it. Then he shifted, sandwiching me between his wet body and the bed.

I squirmed and wiggled, and he only seemed to like it more. He shook his head again.


My hand smacked his hard chest. “You’re such a boy.”


He grinned. “I’m all boy,” he said, pressing his erection against me.


“I won’t take this lying down,” I muttered.


“You don’t have to take it lying down.” He laughed. “There’s always up against the door or the shower wall. Or you can take it bent over the back of the couch or a dozen other different ways. Whatever way you take it…you are taking it.”




Author Bio:


Brenna Aubrey is a USA TODAY Bestselling Author of contemporary romance stories that center on geek culture.

She has always sought comfort in good books and the long, involved stories she weaves in her head. Brenna is a city girl with a nature-lover's heart. She therefore finds herself out in green open spaces any chance she can get. She's also a mom, teacher, geek girl, Francophile, unabashed video-game addict & eBook hoarder.

She currently resides on the west coast of the US with her husband, two children, and two adorable golden retriever pups.


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text 2017-02-06 07:17
Bacall Associates Travel Singapore: 12 flight booking hacks


12 flight booking hacks that will guarantee you the cheapest tickets


Every frequent traveler has their own tricks for booking the best and cheapest flight possible.


Luckily, some were willing to share their secrets on a Quora thread that asked, "what are the best flight booking hacks?"


Keep scrolling for some tips and tricks that may make all the difference.


  1. Look at all your options.


Quora user Saran Udayakumar, who has 45,000 miles in the sky under his belt, says that when he's booking flights he makes sure to check travel search engines like Kayak, Priceline, and Skyscanner, as well as airlines' websites.


  1. Don't be opposed to layovers.


This may seem like an obvious one, but nonstop flights are typically more expensive than flights with layovers. So if you're looking for the cheapest possible option, Udayakumar says to consider booking a flight with a layover.


  1. Clear your cookies or open an incognito tab before booking.


According to Udayakumar, travel agencies and airlines often use your computer's cookies to determine what kind of flight you're interested in booking. Once they discover what you're looking for, they'll often raise prices accordingly.


  1. Book a connection you know you're not going to make.


This hack is better suited for risk takers, as it involves gambling with airlines. Udayakumar suggests booking a cheap flight with a super short connection time that's almost impossible to make.


  1. Don't only rely on big-name airlines when flying internationally.


According to Quora user Patrick Keane, a frequent flyer with Star Alliance and a Lufthansa eXperts member, some airlines you probably haven't heard often offer the cheapest fares for transatlantic flights.


  1. Fake your computer's IP address to fudge your location.


Flight prices differ widely from country to country, says Quora user and avid traveler Anya Mary. Often fares are cheaper in countries with lower living standards, so pretending you're booking from, say, India, instead of the US, can make all the difference.


  1. Book a flight with a layover that's actually your end destination.


Quora user Gaurav Srivastava refers to this hack as "hidden city ticketing." Here's the example Srivastava uses to explain the trick: Say you're flying from New York to Chicago and you find a cheap flight that goes from New York to Kentucky, but with a layover in Chicago (chances are a flight like this will be cheaper than a nonstop flight from New York to Chicago). Book that flight and then just disembark in Chicago (don't board the connecting flight to Kentucky).


  1. Look out for "fifth-freedom flights."


Srivastava explains that the "fifth freedom refers to the right for an airline to carry revenue traffic between two foreign countries as part of a service connecting the airline’s home country."


  1. Book an early flight when you can.


Turns out waking up at the crack of dawn for an early flight is worth it. Quora user Dan Birchall highlights a few reasons why.


  1. Consider booking one way tickets and flying into and out of different cities.


While booking a round trip ticket in and out of the same city might seem like the easiest, most logical way to go, Quora user Jeff Mccoy says that it's not always the cheapest. Sometimes, booking two one way tickets that arrive in and depart from different cities can save you a lot of money.


  1. Search for one-person flights even if you're booking for multiple people.


If the first search you perform for a flight is for multiple seats, the airline might hike up prices, McCoy says. So instead, start by searching for a flight for just one person, and look into booking for multiple people later.


  1. Use Points Loyalty Wallet to trade and/or buy points and miles.


"Trading or buying a few extra miles might be all you need to earn a travel reward," McCoy says. Points Loyalty Wallet lets you do both of those things, and it's worth checking out.

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text 2017-02-03 01:36
Bacall Associates Travel on Essential Tips For Business Travelers Visiting Singapore


I’ve probably travelled to Singapore about 20 times in the past 3 years. I visit frequently to work with clients of Xpat Media. A couple of weeks ago I visited to speak at ITB Asia with several bloggers from the Professional Travel Bloggers Association.


As I was zipping around town to meetings I realized how well I’ve gotten to know the city and wanted to pass along a few of the things that have helped me make the most of my time there.


Get The 100GB Sim Card


This probably won’t last forever, but for as long as it’s around it’s great. At the airport you can pick up an S$50 ($37 USD) M1 SIM Card. It normally gives you 5GB of data for 7 days, which is lots, but right now you get a bonus 100GB, so you never have to worry about struggling to connect to overloaded conference wifi or a slow hotel network. With that much data you can stream HD Netflix every night in your room.


Use The Right Transport For The Right Travel


I use five methods of transportation in Singapore. Taxi, Uber, Mass Rail Transit (MRT), and walking. Each are great for some situations, but terrible for others. Here’s the deal.


To And From The Airport: Taxis and Ubers will be fastest most of the time, but the MRT is very fast and convenient. I usually take the MRT into town out of habit. If you’re in a rush to get to the airport, a taxi or Uber will almost always be fastest. However, if you’re traveling during evening rush hour you’ll want to take the MRT or budget extra time for your drive.


Taxis And Ubers: I almost always prefer using Uber instead of taxis for one simple reason: I don’t have to tell the driver where to go. In a strange city it’s always a chore to explain where you need to go, especially if there’s a language barrier. In Singapore I default to Uber...most of the time.


Downtown Singapore is a maze of one way streets. On my last trip I tried several times to order an Uber only to watch it painfully try to wind its way through a circle of one-way streets during busy middle-of-the-day traffic to find me. It’s not worth it. If you’re in the city center you’re better off walking or asking somebody where to find the nearest taxi stand (there are many).


Walking: Central Singapore is really small. You can walk to a lot of places in 20 minutes. Before you jump into a cab or an Uber, it’s worth asking yourself if you can just walk it. This is especially recommended if your route will take you along river, which has a beautiful, wide, pathway lined with bars and restaurants.


Use The Best Meeting Room In The Marina Bay Sands


Every time I visit Singapore for a conference it’s in the Marina Bay Sands, which is great. The MBS has the nicest conference area I’ve ever been in. What I love most, though, is the cafe where I hide out to work and have meetings: the Sweet Spot Cafe on the second floor.


This place is great. It’s just far enough from the conference center that it doesn’t get too crowded, but it’s close enough that anyone can find it and get there in 10 minutes. It has good coffee, sandwiches, and regular tables as well as sofas and coffee tables. There are power outlets along one wall and a business center next door.


I usually spend more time there than in the conference hall.


To find it, take the escalators from the conference area up to the main floor. Then walk into the mall. On your immediate left you’ll see a very tall escalator. Take it to the top and walk straight ahead. You’ll walk right into it.


Check Out Singapore’s Air BnB For Business Travelers


MetroResidences is a Singapore-based Air BnB-style service for business travelers to find serviced apartments. I stayed with them on my last trip and it was just what I needed. The room had a great view and kitchen where I could make coffee while working. The building had a nice gym and a pool. But most importantly it was right downtown within walking distance of most of my meetings and right across the street from Telok Ayer food market, which has a crazy selection of good cheap restaurants to grab a quick bite on my way to or from the apartment.


Don’t Stress Too Much About Your Flight Home


I would never advise anybody that they shouldn’t show up two hours early for an international flight.


But, Changi Airport in Singapore is a lot more forgiving than most. Like most things in Singapore, the airport is crazy efficient. Customs is usually fast and unlike most airports in the world — which funnel passengers for all flights through long security lines in one screening area — Changi performs security checks at your gate. So, getting to your gate in time for your flight is much faster than at most airports.

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