Greetings from The Belize Trade and Investment Development Service (BELTRAIDE)!!
You are cordially invited to the “Second Medical Tourism Workshop” to be held at the House of Culture in Belize City, on September 7, 2012, from 8:30a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
You are encouraged to confirm your participation with us by the 4th of September 2012 . Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.
Michael Cobb, at Hemispheres Publishing states, “There are some challenging days ahead. The upcoming elections in the United States will set the tone and direction for the entire Hemisphere for another 4 years. The acronym for the conference is “GAPS” and you certainly don’t want any gaps in your tax preparations or asset protection. Especially right now with the changes looming in just a few short months.
No matter who wins the elections, the likelihood of tax increases is almost certain. The end of the “Bush tax cuts” are imminent. For anyone with total assets of as little as $1,000,000 the tax changes will have a huge impact on what heirs receive. Income and capital gains taxes will jump up as well, no matter who gets elected. What can you do?
And it’s not just higher taxes that are the dangers facing us. What about asset protection from frivolous law suits? If you can write a check for only $10,000, you’ve got a huge bulls eye on your back. Are you concerned about new banking laws that smack of currency controls? How about erosions of freedom? These are serious issues you need to address.
Time is short. December 31, 2012 is only a few months away. Where do we begin to look for answers and immediate solutions? How much time do you need to “step off the tracks” and prepare for this reality? Is it possible to find these solutions in one place and in a useful format that is actionable? (more…)
Project Name: INCLUSIVE LINKAGES Project in the border zones of Belize and Guatemala
Funding Agency: CENPROMYPE through the Government of Austria
Position: Local Project Consultant
Statement of Capability:
The purpose of the project is intended to contribute to the local economic development and poverty reduction through the strengthening of the actors involved in the territories as well as the building of the local economy by promoting the cultural identity of the border zone. The project has three components: (1) strengthening organizational structures and business management skills of the territories; (2) Promotion of economic linkages between the Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs); (3) Awareness of and training in the local development concept.
Please feel free to view the Belize Bureau of Standards August 2012 Issue of the Consumer Watch Newsletter.
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