jcpneves October 25, 2014 at 11:12am From JC@JCR3758 15 min ago
I have confirmations from several sources that the rollout is on track. No hype, free info here. No pumping.
New tweet: Codes and 800#s have been authorized for release and are being given out according to rollout plan. Close now
G T October 25, 2014 at 11:16am Morning Clues......
We're ON THE ROLLERCOASTER RIDE WITH MULTIPLE RATES Playing on an UNEVEN PLAYING FIELD
The World is TEETERING But It was Caught IN TIME!!!
The United Nations is VOTING TO FIX THE PROBLEMS NOW!!!
The UST Loaded THE FIXES & NOW Are Finished
The BANKSTERS are SCREAMING & HOLLERING NOW (Because They've Been Caught)
[xyz] Deutsche Bank lawyer found dead in apparent NY suicide http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/10/25/us-deutsche-bank-suicide-idUSKCN0IE08U20141025
[pursuitoftruth] BigDog-OH About the Zimbabwe? Does anyone believe it will roll out this time?
[BigDog-OH] pursuitoftruth Some say yes, others say Mugabe has to go first
[BigDog-OH] The International Monetary Fund says Zimbabwe should fast-track the policy reform agenda in order for the country to gather support towards a strategy for clearing the $10 billion debt.
Addressing a press conference on the Regional Economic Outlook for Sub Saharan Africa yesterday, the IMF African Department director, Ms Antoinette Sayeh said she highlighted four key issues to help fast-track the reform process in her meetings with Government officials.
"With regards to Zimbabwe, economic conditions remain difficult," said Ms Sayeh. Ms Sayeh said the issues she highlighted to the authorities include balancing the primary fiscal budget; restoring confidence and stability in Zimbabwe's financial sector; addressing the country's debt challenge and enhancing the business environment with a view to attracting investments.
"I know these issues are high on the authorities' policy reform agenda and they are going to be monitored with the help of the IMF staff under a proposed new 15-month Staff Monitored Programme.
[BigDog-OH] "The objectives of the new SMP include; to consolidate the fiscal position, improve the external position, mobilise international support for resolving the country's external debt situation and to make progress in key structural reform areas in order to enhance the business climate, boost productivity and competitiveness and build confidence.
An IMF team was in the country last month to conduct the third review of the SMP and to negotiate a successor programme. The mission held meetings with the Minister of Finance and Economic Development Patrick Chinamasa, the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, Dr John Mangudya, the Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr Misheck Sibanda, the Ministries of Mines and Mining Development and Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development.
The Bretton Woods Institution mission also met officials from the Chamber of Mines, the Bankers Association of Zimbabwe, development partners, the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries and the parliamentary portfolio committee on Finance and Economic Development and development partners who included the African Development Bank and the World Bank.
[BigDog-OH] Ms Sayeh, who engaged Government officials since her arrival in the country, said the Fund is keen on maintaining constructive relationships with Zimbabwe and this is re-enforced by the recent re-opening of the IMF resident representative office in Harare.
The IMF outreach event followed the launch of the Regional Economic Outlook Report in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania last week and the breakfast meeting held yesterday is part of the information dissemination by the IMF on the economic situation in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Gateway: Roll out coming
Confirmed: My China contact told me this morning that the roll out should be this coming week. Rates will be good, we should be very happy by this time next week.
Plans are set and rolling forward for the people. Go: WE THE PEOPLE are winning!
1yinca: 1:44 pm ET Oct 24, 2014 TAXES More Americans Renounce Citizenship, With 2014 on Pace for a Record
Significant numbers of people are continuing to renounce their U.S. citizenship or end their long-term U.S. residency.
There are 776 names on the Treasury Department list published Friday for the third quarter of 2014.
That’s the third highest quarterly figure ever, according to Andrew Mitchel, an international tax lawyer in Centerbrook, Conn., who tracks the data. The total number of published renouncers so far in 2014 is 2,353, putting this year on pace to exceed last year’s record total of 2,999, adds Mr. Mitchel.
The Treasury Department is required by law to publish a list of the names of people who renounce quarterly. The list doesn’t indicate when people did so or why. It also doesn’t distinguish between people giving up passports and those turning in green cards, or indicate what other nationality the individuals hold.
Experts say that the growing number of renunciations by U.S. citizens and permanent residents is linked to a five-year enforcement campaign against U.S. taxpayers who have undeclared offshore accounts. The campaign began after Swiss banking giant UBS UBSN.VX -0.45% admitted in 2009 that it had systematically encouraged U.S. taxpayers to hide assets in secret Swiss accounts.
About 100 other Swiss financial institutions are currently in a U.S. Justice Department program designed to uncover other secret accounts. Recently, attorneys representing 73 of them protested that the terms of the program were too harsh.
Unlike other developed nations, the U.S. taxes citizens on income they earn anywhere in the world. The rule dates to the Civil War. U.S. tax liabilities can also cover children born to Americans abroad, extending the reach of the Internal Revenue Service across generations as well as oceans. There are only partial offsets for double taxation for people who owe taxes both to the U.S. and a foreign country, and the reporting rules are onerous, experts say.
For decades these laws were rarely enforced. Now, scrutiny of Americans abroad is intensifying because of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, or Fatca, which Congress passed in 2010. The law’s main provisions, which took effect in July, will require foreign financial institutions to report income of their U.S. customers to the IRS.
walkingstick » October 25th, 2014, 1:12 pm
10/25/2014 Iraq has a cash reserve of more than $ 74 billion
BAGHDAD / JD / .. squandered the parliamentary finance committee dangerous drop in oil prices and the global economic crisis on the impact of the Iraqi economy, as has cash reserves of more than $ 74 billion.
Said committee member Rep Wafa Ahmed Kadhim told / JD /: "The bank's currency reserves of nearly 74 billion dollars, which is twice the mass of cash in circulation in the country, and this does not exist in the best countries in the world which is a good indicator to reassure the Iraqi people."
She added: "The Iraqi economy is immune from the global economic crisis and low oil prices," likely advancement of the Iraqi economy in the coming period, especially after the implementation of the government program to support the private sector, "./ ended / 8 /