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Obamacare and Your Small Business

by Five Fantastic Lawyers™ January 3, 2013 Business Law Blogs

(Guest blog post regarding Obamacare and commercial issues, based on US law) It seems as though there is nothing opponents of President Barack Obama’s health care reform can do. As 2012 ends, many are reminded that the health care mandate takes effect in 2014. 2013 is sure to be filled with annoying ads and much […]

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Give yourself a better chance of getting your invoices paid says Head of Corporate Law Muneeb Dean

by Five Fantastic Lawyers™ September 10, 2012 Corporate Law

The following is a post by Muneeb Dean, Head of Corporate Law, DBS Law Ltd. The latest economic statistics for the UK do not make particularly good reading. Small and medium sized enterprises (SME’s) are owed billions of pounds in overdue payments, and they often have to wait months to get paid. However, as is […]

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The Advantages of Having a Cyprus Shelf Company

by theodion May 29, 2012 Enterprise Investment Scheme Advice

Cyprus is a well-known finance center and it is popular for its tax regime and double tax treaties. It offers an attractive destination that is suitable for investors, businessmen and entrepreneurs. Numerous people look into the various ways with which they can invest in Cyprus. It is notable that there are several means to make […]

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