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5 Tips to Finding the Best Host Management Company

Lisbon is one of the most iconic capitals in Europe. It has a rich history that dates as far back as 1200 BC. Phoenicians, Romans, Germans, and Moors once ruled it at different times in history. Today, Lisbon is an ancient city with a rich heritage that plays host to 4.5 million tourists annually. This city is also home to many companies so people travel to Lisbon on business as well. Receiving and accommodating many of these visitors is possible and you can earn a lot of money doing so. Here a...
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UN finds 486 million in Asia still hungry, progress stalled

BANGKOK (AP) — Despite rapid economic growth, the Asia-Pacific region has nearly a half billion people who go hungry as progress stalls in improving food security and basic living conditions, a United Nations report said Friday. Even in relatively well-to-do cities like Bangkok and the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur, poor families cannot afford enough good […]
Tags: Asia, Business, News, Ap, Asia Pacific, United Nations, Kuala Lumpur, Un, Bangkok, Nation & World


World Markets up 1-2% as US and China could end Trade War

Stocks in Asia were mainly higher on Friday morning on the back of Wall Street gains and comments from U.S. President Donald Trump indicating progress in trade negotiations with China. Trump Tweet... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Asia eyes US midterm elections with anxiety, hope

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Hope and anxiety hang over Asia — and north Asia in particular — ahead of Tuesday's U.S. midterm election.President Donald Trump has shaken up Asia, as he has much of the world. Now Beijing, Seoul and other... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Asia, Business, US, Donald Trump, Seoul South Korea, Beijing Seoul


China's Xi promises tax cuts, other help to entrepreneurs

President Xi Jinping has promised tax cuts and other help to Chinese entrepreneurs in a renewed effort to revive growth in the country's cooling, state-dominated economy.
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Global Markets: Asian shares jump as investors see trade war progress

Asian shares jumped on Friday after a phone call between the U.S. and Chinese presidents raised hopes of a thaw in trade tensions, but gains were checked by signs of slowing global growth and a warning from tech giant Apple Inc on holiday sales.
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We won't bid for 'core' 5G business, Huawei NZ exec says

Huawei won't bid for Spark, Vodafone and 2degrees' "core" 5G mobile network upgrade business, the company's NZ deputy chief executive Andrew Bowater tells the Herald .The stance will make life a lot easier for the government as... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Herald, Huawei, Nz, Huawei NZ, Andrew Bowater


How To Include Technical Skills On Your Resume

  Finding the right job is essential for happiness and for good mental health. It can be so frustrating to be turned down time and again for jobs that you know you would be great at. In many cases, this could be down to your resume and the fact that, although you know you have the skills and the talent, what you know just isn’t represented well enough on the document itself. With so many people applying for relatively few jobs, particularly in the technical sectors, being able to show that you h...
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Boat Mechanics Are In Demand: Here’s How You Can Become One

If you love the water and are seeking a tech-savvy profession in a desirable industry, you should consider becoming a boat mechanic
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Japan's PM says he won't force sales tax hike if shock hits economy

Japan's prime minister on Friday warned against forcing through a proposed sales tax hike next year if economic conditions worsened, a sign he was open to postponing the increase for a third time if circumstances required it.
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Palau to ban sunscreen as it tries to save its coral reefs

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — In an attempt to protect coral reefs that divers have dubbed the underwater Serengeti, the Pacific nation of Palau will soon ban many types of sunscreen. President Tommy Remengesau Jr. last week signed legislation that bans “reef-toxic” sunscreen from 2020. Banned sunscreens will be confiscated from tourists who carry them […]
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Auckland honey exporter fined $26K for making false claims

An Auckland businessman has been fined more than $26,000 for offences related to making false therapeutic claims about honey and failing to ensure he was a registered exporter.Jonathan Paul Towers, 43, has been sentenced in the... [Author: [email protected]]
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Auckland housing estate ponders $70,000/year surveillance cameras

A new upmarket Auckland waterfront area is investigating installing surveillance cameras mounted high above their houses to spy on criminals. At Tuesday night's Hobsonville Point Residents Society annual general meeting, members... [Author: [email protected]]
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Chinese, Pakistan leaders prepare to meet amid debt concerns

BEIJING (AP) — Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan is preparing to meet with China's President Xi Jinping amid growing concerns over Pakistan's growing fiscal crisis and its ability to repay Chinese loans.Pakistan has borrowed... [Author: [email protected]]
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International departure cards from NZ scrapped next week

International travel is about to get a whole lot quicker for New Zealanders.From Monday November 5, Kiwis travelling abroad will no longer have to complete departure cards when leaving New Zealand.Terry Brown, Customs group manager... [Author: [email protected]]
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Casino giant Caesars Entertainment's CEO to step down

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The president and CEO of Caesars Entertainment Corp. will step down next year, the casino giant said Thursday.The announcement came just before Caesars reported third-quarter net income of $110 million, after posting... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Caesars Entertainment, Ap, Las Vegas, Caesars Entertainment Corp


Deputy Defense Secretary talks Space Force and how military will leverage local tech giants

Deputy Secretary of Defense Pat Shanahan, a former Boeing vice president, on Thursday talked about the proposed Space Force and how the Pentagon intends to leverage the technologies of Amazon, Microsoft and Blue Origin. He skirted more controversial defense topics.
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Deputy Defense Secretary talks Space Force and how military will leverage tech giants

Deputy Secretary of Defense Pat Shanahan, a former Boeing vice president, on Thursday talked about the proposed Space Force and how the Pentagon intends to leverage the technologies of Amazon, Microsoft and Blue Origin. He skirted more controversial defense topics.
Tags: Business, Technology, News, Defense, Pentagon, Boeing, Amazon Microsoft, Pat Shanahan, Nation & World, Boeing & Aerospace, Space Force


Retirement plan inflation adjustments for 2019

If this is how you want to spend all your post-work days, you need to save as much as you can now for retirement. Just when you thought I was through with retirement posts after the parade of them last week, the Internal Revenue Service pulls us into Retirement Week Part 2. The IRS today (Nov. 1) issued the inflation adjusted amounts that can be contributed to the various tax-advantaged retirement plans in tax year 2019. Inflation has been low for most of 2018, thanks to (or blamed by Don...
Tags: Taxes, Ira, Sam, Irs, Internal Revenue Service, Donald J Trump, Magi, Roth, Federal Reserve Board, COLA, ROTH IRA, Retirement Savings Contributions Credit, Retirement Week Part, SoloK, Saver s Credit


Halloween trick, not treat, on the 10% tax-cut promise

Despite the mug's proclamation, Michael Scott (as portrayed by Steve Carell in the U.S. version of The Office) tended to be a bad boss. Donald J. Trump is that boss that almost all of us have at one time had. You know the one. He or she is always telling clients, "Sure, we can do that. No problem, no problem at all." Maybe no problem for the boss, but plenty of problems for the workers who have to follow through and make good on the pie-in-the-sky pledge. That's probably how Congress is f...
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Digital Services Tax (DST) Plans Outside the US

New ways of doing business often challenge tax rules written for a different model. That is a concern expressed for many years by several countries. The concern is that it looks like companies that make money by other than selling tangible goods are profiting by activity in the country, but have no permanent establishment in the country, so owe no income tax. For example, a search engine company makes money when someone uses its search engine because it provides data to the company. And if the ...
Tags: UK, Taxes, Digital, US, Spain, European Union, United Kingdom, OECD, Digital Economy, DST, House Ways and Means Committee, AICPA, Professor Nellen, Nellen, Digital Services Tax DST, OECD European Commission


Watch: Shane Jones to take 'Soviet-style' car park plans for Auckland waterfront to Cabinet

Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones will seek support for his opposition to the Ports of Auckland "Soviet-style" car park plans at Monday's Cabinet.Jones wants to block the five-level car park planned for Bledisloe... [Author: [email protected]]
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Watch: Shane Jones taking port car park scheme to Monday's Cabinet

Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones will seek support for his opposition to the Ports of Auckland "Soviet-style" car park plans at Monday's Cabinet.Jones wants to block the five-level car park planned for Bledisloe... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Cabinet, Auckland, Shane Jones, Cabinet Jones


Christchurch worker dead after electrocution

Worksafe are investigating the sudden death of a person at a business in central Christchurch.Emergency services were called to the Victoria Street address about 11.30 this morning.It's been reported the person was electrocuted.More... [Author: [email protected]]
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CDAC Bengaluru Project Engineer VLSI Recruitment

Project Engineer VLSI Recruitment in CDAC Bengaluru   Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), is a Scientific Society of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India. C-DAC, Bengaluru is looking for bright & result oriented persons for the following sarkari naukri positions of Project Engineers (VLSI) in various projects for appointment... Please Click on the Title to Read Full Details. [Author: [email protected] (SarkariNaukriBlog com)]
Tags: Jobs, Electronics, Engineer, Online, Telecom, Bengaluru, VLSI, ContractJob, CDAC, VLSI Recruitment


Japanese maker of train in deadly Taiwan crash finds design flaw

The Japanese manufacturer of a train that derailed in Taiwan killing 18 people said it had discovered a design flaw that failed to alert the central control system that an automatic safety feature had been turned off.
Tags: Money, Taiwan, businessNews


Gold prices steady; U.S. nonfarm payroll data awaited

Gold prices were steady in early Asian trade on Friday, after rising about 1.5 percent in the previous session, while the dollar inched up ahead of the U.S. payrolls data due later in the day.
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Asian shares rise as Trump, Xi lift hopes on resolving trade row

Asian equity markets rose on Friday as China and the United States expressed optimism about resolving their bruising trade war, though a warning from tech giant Apple Inc on holiday sales amid emerging market weakness could weigh on technology shares.
Tags: Money, China, businessNews, United States, Apple Inc, Trump Xi


The Reformation

This week marks the 10th (TENTH!) anniversary of The Reformed Broker blog! Millions of people have visited this site from around the world. Hundreds of thousands of unique readers come back every month. Tens of thousands subscribe each year. It’s been the center of my professional career for the last decade and the thing that changed my life. Everything I’ve accomplished these last ten years all started with t...
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Oil under pressure from rising output, but Iran sanctions loom

Oil prices dipped on Friday as record crude output by the world's top-three producers offset supply concerns from the start of U.S. sanctions next week against Iran's petroleum exports.
Tags: Money, Iran, businessNews



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