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02 декабря, 18:35

Суд разрешил прокуратуре изучить данные по счетам компаний экс-чиновников в Укрэксимбанке

Печерский районный суд Киева удовлетворил ходатайство следственного прокурора о предоставлении ему доступа к документам Укрэксимбанка (Киев), касающимся операций компаний-нерезидентов экс-чиновников.

29 ноября, 13:06

Steve Bannon's adventures in penny stocks

Shortly before he became an arch-critic of Wall Street, Trump’s strategist engaged in financial maneuvering of his own.

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24 ноября, 15:28

Кыргызстан: Глава правящей партии о жене, офшоре и взятках

Непонятная пока история с документами траста по акциям офшорной компании в Белизе в пользу трех...

20 ноября, 00:30

Налоговая инспекция получит доступ к данным офшорных счетов ирландских резидентов

Новая директива Евросоюза № 560 позволит фискальному органу страны получить информацию о владельцах офшорных счетов. В соответствии с «European Union (Anti-Money Laundering: Beneficial Ownership of Corporate Entities) Regulations 2016», юрисдикции: Панама, Бермуды, Британские Вергинские Острова, Кайманы, Ганзи, Джерси, Остров Мэн, Багамы, Белиз и Швейцария откроют свои корпоративные данные. Специально для мониторинга информации разработана компьютерная программа, имеющая доступ не только к базе регистраторов, но и к другим финансовым и государственным базам данных, в том числе и к информации органов Социальной защиты. Специально указывается, что налоговым органам будет доступна и информация о банковских счетах и вкладах. А программа позволит мониторить данные более чем в 100 юрисдикциях. Revenue commissioners и «Офис регистрации компаний» сообщили в своих электронных рассылках, что с января программа «шпион» получит доступ к данным в 54 странах, а в 2018 году еще 47 стран. Налоговики, планируют в первую очередь собрать данные о подозрительных счетах и доходах связанных с лицами, замешанными в криминальных и налоговых преступлениях. В дальнейшем возможен сбор информации по любому налогоплательщику или получателю социального пособия, попавшему по подозрение. Стоит напомнить, что сокрытие информации о наличии оффшорной компании или счета с 1 мая 2017 года будет считаться уголовным преступлением в Ирландии.

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18 ноября, 09:36

Белиз. Любимый офшор Кыргызстана

Скандал вокруг офшорной зоны набирает большие обороты. Началось все с того, что глава ГКНБ Абдиль...

18 ноября, 07:38

Жезөкшелерді заңдастырып, оларға зейнетақы төлейтін 15 ел

Жезөкшелікті заңдастыру жөніндегі дау кез келген қоғамның басты мәселелерінің бірі болып келеді. Кейбір мемлекеттерде кәмелетке толған екі адам өзара келісіммен кез келген қадамға бара алады. Ол жақтарда жезөкшелік жасырын емес, ашық түрде жүргізіліп отыр. Сонымен, ол қай елдер? Дания Бұл елде жезөкшелік екінші жұмыс ретінде қарастырылады. Сондықтан дат жезөкшесі күндіз балаңыздың мұғалімі болып қалуы ғажап емес. Бразилия Бразилияда да бұл қызмет заңдастырылған. Сондықтан турситер бұл жаққа қызық іздеп келеді. Алайда елде ВИЧ инфекциясы өршіп тұр. Бангладеш Бангладешта бұл қызмет түрін тек әйелдер атқарады. Алайда заңды айналып өткен ер адамдар да жиі кездеседі. Боливия Боливияда бұл қызмет заңдастырылғанымен жергілікті жұрт бұған түбегейлі қарсы. Олар жезөкшелерді ВИЧ инфекциясын таратушы, ажырасу санының күрт өсуіне кінәлі деп айыптайды. Белиз Белиздік жезөкшелер заңды әдемі айналып өтуде. Олардың заңында жезөкшелікке тыйым салынбаған, сондай-ақ оған рұқсат та берілмеген. Бельгия Бұл ел жезөкшелікті алғаш болып заңдастырған мемлекет. Ал бордельдерінің әдемілігі көздің жауын алады. Жезөкшелер салық төлеп, тіпті зейнетақылық қор жинап жатыр. Чили Чилиде жезөкшелік толығымен заңдастырылған. Жезөкшелердің құқығы 2009 жылдан бері қорғалып келеді. Эквадор Эквадорда да жезөкшелікке жол берілген. Мұнда кәмелетке толған екі адам өзара ымыраға келе алады. Финляндия Бұл елде жезөкшелерге рұқсат етілген, алайда олар қалың көпшіліктің көзінен таса жүруі тиіс. Колумбия Колумбияның экономикасы гүлденбесе де, жезөкшелік индустрия мұнда жақсы жолға қойылған. Мұнда жеке жезөкшелермен қатар, жезөкшелер үйлері де бар. Жаңа Зеландия Мұнда жезөкшеліктің заңдастырылғанына он жылдан асып кетті. Басты талап - қызмет ұсынушының да, тұтынушының да жасы 18-ден жоғары болуы тиіс. Коста-Рика Мұнда әлемдегі ең сұлу жезөкшелер тұрады деген аңыз бар. Сингапур Сингапурда жезөкшелікке арналған арнайы аудан - қызыл шамды көшенің бойында ғана рұқсат. Голландия Голландия жезөкшелікті 2000 жылдары заңдастырды. Сөйтіп Еуропадағы секс-туризм орталығына айналды.   Тағы да оқыңыздар: Қазақ тілінің аянышты жағдайына күйінген қарағандылық студент жан айқайын жеткізді Желтоқсанда қазақстандықтар жарты айға жуық уақыт демалады Оңтүстікте пәтер кезегінен алынып тасталған мүгедек отбасылар өлместің күйін кешіп жүр Қазақстанда салафизмге заңмен тыйым салынуы мүмкін Жаңа туған сәбиін әжетханаға тастаған бойжеткен баласын өзі тәрбиелегісі келеді Қайрат Нұртастың анасы продюсерлікті қойып, тележүргізушілікке бет бұрды (фото)

06 ноября, 18:48

Kids On A Plane -- What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

It’s a story that Carrie Calzaretta’s 14-year-old son, Tyler, will probably tell his kids someday. This summer, the Calzarettas paid American Airlines an extra $300 for their son to fly round-trip as an unaccompanied minor in order to join a 10-day educational tour of Belize. When thunderstorms delayed his flight from Miami to Newark, the airline offered to re-book him for the next morning — but not to provide a hotel room for the night. According to Calzaretta, the airline had subcontracted its escort duties to another company and the two parties couldn’t agree on what to do about Tyler. Related: Frequently asked questions about resolving a consumer dispute or complaint “Each blamed the other,” says Calzaretta, a writer who lives in Brielle, N.J. “Ultimately, they threw him on a last-minute, late-night flight to avoid him having to sleep on the floor of the airport. “We had to pick him up in the wee hours and in a total panic.” American says that Tyler Calzaretta’s flight was delayed three hours, but he flew to Newark on the same flight he’d been booked on. “American cares deeply about our young passengers and is committed to providing a safe and pleasant travel experience for them,” says Ross Feinstein, an airline spokesman. Calzaretta remembers it differently. “It was horrific,” she says. The same word could be used to describe several recent high-profile incidents involving unaccompanied minors. An Oregon man was charged with sexual assault in June after a flight attendant said she saw him abusing a 13-year-old girl flying alone from Dallas to Portland, Ore., on American Airlines. In September, JetBlue Airways reportedly confused two 5-year-olds traveling from the Dominican Republic. As a result, a boy who was supposed to go to New York City ended up in Boston, and a boy traveling to Boston was sent to New York City. The airline industry says it is taking incidents like these seriously. “The safety and well-being of all our passengers — especially children — is and will remain our highest priority,” says Jean Medina, a spokeswoman for Airlines for America, an industry group. “Airline employees rely on their extensive customer service training to ensure that children traveling alone are well cared for and have the best possible flight experience.” Airlines charge more than ever for unsupervised minors to fly but passengers don’t necessarily get more for their money. As a result, parents are taking matters into their own hands, says Rachel Charlupski, founder of the Miami-based Babysitting Company. Instead of paying a high unaccompanied minor fee, parents simply pay for a companion. The math often makes sense. A companion can be hired for between $25 and $35 an hour, plus expenses. Most airlines charge $150 each way for the service, but without the same level of supervision. Charlupski, whose company provides babysitters, pet sitters and travel companions, says that demand for these personalized escort services has more than quadrupled in the past year, “due to recent security issues.” Some airlines are trying to allay parents’ fears. Last fall, Air New Zealand began issuing “airbands” to unaccompanied minors. The wristbands are embedded with microchips and scanned, according to its literature, “at key stages of the journey,” triggering text notifications to up to five people. They cost $12 per child on domestic flights and $35 per child for each one-way international flight. On U.S. carriers, however, the most noticeable change has been the increase in unaccompanied minor fees and restrictions. In 2014, American Airlines increased the minimum age for kids to fly unescorted from 11 to 14. Late last year, United Airlines began requiring all unaccompanied minors between the ages of 5 and 15 to use the airline’s $150-per-flight escort program. United previously required kids 11 and younger to use the program. It’s a sharp contrast to the way unaccompanied minors used to fly. And I should know. I was an unaccompanied minor flying from Los Angeles to Vienna via New York City in 1982 with my 12-year-old brother, Jeff. Eastern Airlines didn’t charge us extra for being unaccompanied minors (my parents would have complained loudly if they had) and neither of us were tagged with wristbands. Our stopover in New York became a layover when we missed the connection to our transatlantic flight. A kind airline agent arranged for an overnight hotel stay and made sure we boarded the flight for Vienna the next day. Like Tyler, I’ll never forget that experience. Unlike Tyler, the experience made me a fan of the airline until it stopped flying. (And yes, my kids have heard the story a time or two.) Traveling as an unaccompanied minor is different, and in some ways perhaps more difficult, today. As the father of three children young enough to travel as unaccompanied minors, I refuse to put them on a plane alone. Why pay an extra $900, only to risk having them get lost or harassed by another passenger? If they had to fly alone, I would consider hiring a paid companion for them. So what to do? Guide your children through the process, particularly if they never have been on an airplane. Laura Einsetler, a commercial airline pilot, says parents should “absolutely insist” on walking their child to the gate and waiting until the flight departs. Airlines issue gate passes for people accompanying minors to their gates. “Always stay until you know the flight has departed,” she adds. “Situations arise with weather or mechanical problems, and you do not want your child involved in any lengthy delay without you.” “Get to the gate at least an hour before the flight is scheduled to leave,” advises Steffanie Rivers, a flight attendant for American Airlines. “This will allow time for the unaccompanied minor to board first, meet the flight crew and feel comfortable about the process. Last-minute running through security and the airport and boarding last causes unnecessary stress for children who already are intimidated.” Of course, selecting the right airline can also help — if you have a choice. David Forgues, a university administrator from Brea, Calif., recently sent his 10-year-old daughter, Anwei, from Reno, Nev., to Orange County, Calif., says she had a “very smooth” experience and Alaska Airlines employees were friendly, attentive and explained the process clearly. “The flight attendants always made sure I was okay and comfortable,” she told me in an email. Best of all, Alaska charged only $25 for the service — $125 less than the going rate. After you've left a comment here, let's continue the discussion on my consumer advocacy site or on Twitter, Facebook and Google. I also have a newsletter and you'll definitely want to order my new, amazingly helpful and subversive book called How to Be the World's Smartest Traveler (and Save Time, Money, and Hassle). -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

01 ноября, 16:09

Генпрокуратура проводит обыски на объектах "БРСМ-Нафта"

Генеральная прокуратура Украины проводит обыски на объектах "БРСМ-Нафта". Об этом РБК-Украина сообщил Генеральный прокурор Украины Юрий Луценко. "Сегодня начали операцию БРСМ по государству. Задействованы 250 работников ГФС в 21 области в проведении обысков и наложении ареста на оборудование на 41 АЗС, 5 нефтебаз и 4 офисных помещений", - сообщил Луценко...

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28 октября, 15:36

Belize: 2016 Article IV Consultation--Staff Report

Country Report No. 16/334

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28 октября, 15:36

Belize: Selected Issues

Country Report No. 16/335

24 октября, 18:30

Ливийцы освободили экипаж "Механика Чеботарева"

Глава Чечни Рамзан Кадыров сообщил, что ливийские власти разрешили трем российским морякам с задержанного год назад у берегов Триполи танкера вернуться на родину. Это произошло благодаря усилиям МИД РФ и чеченских руководителей

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21 октября, 17:33

Iran To Offer 50 Oil And Gas Projects In Upcoming Tender

Historic week in oil and gas exploration. With the tiny Central American nation of Belize kicking off its first-ever offshore evaluation work this past Thursday. That area could yield some interesting results, given its proximity to known oil and gas fields in the offshore of Mexico. But one other petro-locale in the news this week absolutely dwarfs this play in terms of upside. The emerging investment destination of Iran. I’ve been writing for some time now about the saga around Iran’s first open oil and gas tender in years. With the…

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18 октября, 15:41

Украина впервые включила в список санкций несколько оффшорных компаний

Украина впервые включила в список санкций несколько оффшорных компаний, которые создают угрозу национальным интересам, а именно: Judson Trading Limited (Кипр), Rock Ranch Properties S.A.(Панама), Powerful Choice Tech Ltd (Британские Виргинские Острова), Global Games Ltd (Белиз), Novastar Group Ltd (Белиз), Gordon Solution Ltd (Британские виргинские острова).

17 октября, 13:00

Юрий Явтушенко: «Нынешняя культура страхового бизнеса – ущербна»

Владелец страховой компании «Саламандра-Украина» – об особенностях работы отечественного страхового рынка и новых алгоритмах кризис-менеджмента в этой отрасли

13 октября, 14:18

The 9 Top Spots For Americans Who Want To Live In Mexico

9 Top Spots For Living In Mexico In most of the countries I talk about, there is usually one stand-out place. Sometimes, two... When I talk about Colombia, for instance, Medellín comes out tops. In the Dominican Republic, it's the Samana Peninsula. In Belize, it's a toss-up between the Cayo and the Cayes. But in Mexico, there are so many top options for living and investing on the table that it's hard to pick a winner. So here's a rundown of my favorite nine places to hang your hat In Mexico, to the beach and beyond: The Beaches The options are so broad for seaside living that you can actually specify a price point, a convenience factor, and a lifestyle, and still have plenty of options. On the east coast, you have: 1. Cancún, one of Mexico's top two resort towns. Cancún was nothing more than a small fishing village when it was targeted for development in 1974. As it exploded into a tourist mecca of more than 700,000, the swath of development extended southward to Playa del Carmen... transforming Cancún from a fishing village to a town of more than 150,000 today. 2. Playa del Carmen ("Playa" to the locals) It's just 57 minutes south of Cancún, and it has taken over as the region's chic place to be (and the place to be seen). You'll find vacationing Europeans and North Americans as well as a sizeable number of expats in residence. Just off the town square is the renowned Avenida Quinta (5th Avenue) running parallel to the shore and offering more than 20 blocks of fine restaurants and shops. It's almost as big a draw as the beautiful beaches. The Riviera Maya is the section of Caribbean coast on the eastern side of the Yucatán Peninsula between Playa del Carmen and Tulum. It's about 125 miles long. 3. Tulum Just a few years ago, the town of Tulum (where we convened for our conference last week) consisted of a handful of cabins and a few fishing shacks. Today, the census counts more than 18,000 people in Tulum. This is a particular point of opportunity. The Riviera Maya features warm Caribbean waters and pristine beaches. Also, the Great Mayan Reef -- the largest coral reef in the Atlantic Ocean -- is located offshore, providing world-class diving and snorkeling. Another draw to this area is the presence of the best preserved Mayan archeological sites... plus a few world-class golf courses to round out the local attractions. Moving to the west coast, there's... 4. Puerto Peñasco The seaside resort that's most convenient to the United States by car... just over an hour from the border. Also known as Rocky Point, it has been a playground for the western United States and Canada for almost 100 years. Homeowners in Puerto Peñasco can drive over the border and head right for their seaside home without even stopping to register their car. Yet the beaches are second to none. Puerto Peñasco enjoys warm, calm waters all year, broad, sandy beaches, lots of housing options, and low property prices. Best of all, you can find two-bedroom condos on this beach starting at just US$109,000. Perfect for a vacation home or a weekend getaway. 5. Mazatlán Mazatlán has rebounded from the 70s and 80s when it was mostly forgotten as a resort. Today, its 20 miles of beaches and boardwalks are once again as busy as when John Wayne and Gary Cooper were in town. Even better, the historic center has been renovated over the past 10 years. Now it's a fine example of Spanish-colonial America, with plenty of world-class restaurants, sidewalk cafés, and a beachfront promenade. 6. Puerto Vallarta It has been one of Mexico's most popular resorts since the 1960s, although its rich colonial history goes back hundreds of years. Unlike many resort areas, PV has a number of coastal sections with beaches interspersed among them... meaning different areas have their own unique character. Puerto Vallarta excels when it comes to ocean views. Here you'll find lots of properties perched on lush, green hillsides and long views looking out to the ocean. Beyond The Beach Not everyone is a beach person. Many full-time expats prefer the ambiance and brilliant weather of Mexico's colonial heartland, including these three top towns where expats have settled... 7. San Miguel de Allende San Miguel de Allende is a remarkably beautiful and sociable colonial town. Many expats believe that it's the finest example of colonial living abroad... in any country... and thousands of expats call it home. Its magnificent historic center is mostly level -- great for walking -- and full of delights for visitors and residents. The quantity of first-class restaurants and fine shopping venues per block is probably unmatched anywhere else in Mexico. 8. Guanajuato Guanajuato is another colonial gem, but it's a gem that's less polished and more natural than San Miguel de Allende. Instead of San Miguel's thousands of expats, Guanajuato's expat community numbers in the hundreds. It's still a large town with everything you need--plus beautiful architecture--but it's more of a "Mexican" town, with less expat influence. 9. Álamos A small town of less than 25,000 people, but the state of restoration and preservation in its historic center is beyond anything we've seen anywhere. Of the dozens of Latin American cities that bill themselves as a "bohemian town that's home to artists, writers, musicians, and poets," Álamos is the only one where we've actually seen a large percentage of artists, writers, musicians, and poets. For a small-town alternative to cities like San Miguel, Guanajuato, and Oaxaca, Álamos is the best we've found. Faced with all these options, how do you find the place that's right for you? It all comes down to personal taste and priorities. But it's hard to imagine how anybody couldn't find something to suit them in Mexico... whatever their budget. Related Articles: Why Living In Mexico Is An Easy Option For Expats Best Place To Invest In Mexico's Riviera Maya? Think Tulum! Why This Expat Chose Mérida, Mexico, As His Overseas Home Earlier on Huff/Post50: -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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06 июня 2014, 00:22

Российское правительство получит доступ к офшорным тайнам компаний

Правительство внесло в Госдуму законопроект о ратификации конвенции ОЭСР о взаимопомощи по налоговым делам, предполагающий автоматический обмен информацией. Кроме России документ ОЭСР подписали еще 63 страны, в том числе США, Великобритания, Германия, Франция и Сингапур, один офшор (Белиз) и все популярные у россиян налоговые юрисдикции (Люксембург, Нидерланды, Ирландия и Швейцария), через которые денежные потоки уходят в офшоры.