Actor with all the right skills

by newswashington on July 27, 2014

You haven’t heard of Neal Kumar, but you will. Neal Kumar was Born in Bradford, West Yorkshire in the north of England. His passion for the arts was ignited with a desire to learn the piano at an early age. Whilst studying Martial Arts Neal continued to focus on his craft. whilst also continuing his education attending the University of Huddersfield in England,where he achieved a Bachelor of Science degree in Business. Due to his academic success, Neal chose to continue his higher education and also achieved a Masters degree in electronic business, also from the university of Huddersfield.

Neal always worked on his passion for the arts studied drama with LAMDA under the guidance of well respected drama tutor, Sally Ashworth and then the famous Actors workshop which was based in Nottingham. Using these tools Neal focused on learning all aspects of Film & Television and made the brave decision to relocate to Hollywood, California to maximise his opportunities. Neal currently has a number of films which are being submitted to film festivals around the world. If you would like to see how Neal is doing follow him on his twitter @nealkumartv

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New Book Slams Reagan Presidency

by newswashington on July 22, 2014

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A new book, entitled “The Reagan Casualties: Overseas Atrocities of the Great Communicator”, outlines many intriguing facets of President Reagan’s foreign policy and harshly criticizes his human rights record. The book’s author, Jacob Klezaras, tells a compelling tale of the former president’s agenda.

Written from an authorial position of moral outrage, the book discusses the administration’s alleged involvement in multiple genocides and terror operations abroad. “The Reagan Casualties: Overseas Atrocities of the Great Communicator” asserts that President Reagan provided aid to terrorist groups and death squads in various areas of the globe and goes on to explore President Reagan’s relationship with such notorious figures as Saddam Hussein, Charles Taylor, and Pol Pot.

The book, released through independent publisher the Wollstone Book Group, strives to point out that, while President Reagan claimed to be a steadfast proponent of human freedom good government, his administration was involved in global operations that had catastrophic impacts on innocent civilian lives. In “The Reagan Casualties”, Klezaras maintains that malicious dealings in places from Haiti to the Near East resulted in the needless deaths of innocent men, women and children.

The newly published book is now available for purchase via Amazon and select independent booksellers. A Kindle-compatible eBook is also available

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KSO4I6K

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The Uninformed States of America

by newswashington on July 11, 2014

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Finally Free Media and Filmmaker Mike Riley Announce Political Documentary, Kickstarter Campaign

Independent film team to produce documentary exploring increasing political apathy in the United States to answer the question “Is it that we don’t know or don’t care?”

LOS ANGELES, June 30, 2014 – Finally Free Media and filmmaker Mike Riley have teamed up to produce “The Uninformed States of America,” a documentary exploring the heated and controversial debate surrounding the overall cause of political apathy in the United States.

This humorous and informative documentary will question many politically-centric issues within today’s society including, but not limited to, the lack of interest among Americans, mostly young, towards civic matters; the flaws within the American voting system and the negative effect of and potential solutions to both.

“Political apathy, especially amongst the youth, is nothing new,” Riley said. “However, in recent years this trend has increased substantially. Many American citizens have a very limited knowledge about who is representing them in government and/or how government works as a whole.”

The growing team of supporters have made plans to launch a Kickstarter campaign on July 15th to fund the project, offering incentives that allow donors to be an integral part of the production process.

This “political science experiment” will answer all of the pivotal questions plaguing the majority of Americans such as voter fatigue and suppression, political alienation, lack of trust in both the government and media and the ever-apparent public ignorance.

Finally Free Media and Filmmaker Mike Riley team up for political experiment documentary

“There is a rather cynical approach to politics by most Americans due to the corruption embedded within the fabric of American politics and the overall voting process,” Riley said. “This has left many, mainly our younger voters, feeling government has very little effect on them, so there is no reason to get involved.”

The production team are currently accepting submissions and requests for interviews and appearances within the film on the official website at www.theusafilm.com.

For additional information, questions or interviews, send an email to: info@finallyfreemedia.com or contact JellyfishPR at the info below.

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Is Fox News More Dangerous Than Isis?

by newswashington on June 27, 2014

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Toxins in your Sexual Health Products

by newswashington on June 18, 2014

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By Lisa S. Lawless, Ph.D.
Founder of HolisticWisdom.com & NAASAS.org

With over 80% of women using sexual products and more men starting to use them it seems there is a trend for sexual creativity like never before. However, did you know that many of the sexual products on the market contain toxins in them? Did you know that because sex toys are classified as novelties they do not have to be safe for sexual use under FDA regulations?

From personal lubricants that contain unhealthy ingredients such as Parabens to sex toys that contain phthalates and lead there is a serious need for concern. Seventy percent of sex toys are manufactured in China and little documentation of what is in them leave most consumers in the dark.

The good news is that there is a new movement that is growing toward the manufacturing of safe, nontoxic sexual products. In this article, we will review some of the basic information that you need to make educated and empowering choices when it comes to your sexual health products.

Here is a helpful and informative article about toxins in sexual products and how to find products that are safe to use-

http://www.holisticwisdom.com/toxic-sex-toys.htm

Also, make sure to use coupon code HW0519 to get an instant 10% off any order through HolisticWisdom.com which only sells nontoxic, phthalate free, paraben free sexual products.

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Roxana Jones, Best Selling Spiritual Healing Author

by newswashington on June 5, 2014

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Roxana Jones, best-selling Spiritual Healing Author has helped thousands of people across the world through her books, articles, HealThruWords® healing programs and inspirational quotesthat are shared daily through her online communityof 100K+ members.

Roxana became a best-selling author in thespiritualityandpersonal developmentcategory after she was ready to share what she had learned as the result of thirty years of thorough study of many different cultures, schools of thought, and traditions that offered the framework to understand her life purpose: to serve others by offering transformational leadershipandspiritual healingthrough the words she writes.

The first twenty years of this path were dedicated to the academic world where she earned a B.S in Anthropology in 1990, that was later complemented with a Master’s Degree in Political Science in 2003 and a Master’s Degree in International Relations in 2006.

At the same time she continued searching for answers through higher education, a twelve-year abusive marriagethat led her to addiction, depression and a suicide attemptended in divorce in 1999. At 33, Roxana found herself confronted to an uncomfortable truth: she was still looking for something she didn’t know where, or how to find. Her emptiness was so unsettling that she decided to surrender to that which was keeping her alive and search for what was still missing.

As a result, she experienced a ten-year deconstructionperiod where she literally lost everything and everyone in her life. The molting was necessary to unlearn all that was not serving her. This is how she learned about her power and skills as ahealer. During these years, she studied with amazing healers and spiritual masters in South America and North America, who taught her ancient techniques she first applied on herself as a way to probe her still skeptical mind that these alternative therapies worked.

She transformed in miraculous ways and her spiritual healing took her beyond the mind to a sacred place within the heart. In her heart she found what had been missing in her materialistic life all along and through the practice of meditation she finally found the meaning of self-loveand self-empowerment. Today, she is convinced that if against all odds, she has been able to achieve amazing levels of love, happiness, and abundance, anyone can.

Roxana Jones, of British descent, was born in Cartagena, Colombia, has two daughters and lives in Los Angeleswith her soul mate, business partner and husband, Arnaud. She is dedicated to several personal growthand spiritual entrepreneurshipprojects having to do with those who are ready for inner transformation.

http://roxanajones.com

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Moving to the U.S.?

by newswashington on May 22, 2014

Don’t Leave Your Canadian Investments Hanging

A frequent question we hear from Canadians thinking of a move to the U.S. is this: What will be the tax consequences for my Canadian investments?

Let’s look at a case study to see how this plays out. Meet Diane, a Canadian client who is moving to the U.S. for a job opportunity. As we help Diane plan with her cross-border transition, she has questions about what to do with her Canadian investments. Should she use her sister’s Canadian mailing address for her Canadian investment accounts? What are her tax obligations to the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) after she leaves Canada?

For starters, we recommend that Diane change her mailing address to her U.S. residence and not a Canadian relative’s address. Once she leaves Canada and sets up residential ties to the U.S., Diane is deemed a non-resident of Canada. As such, she must notify her Canadian financial firms of her non-residency status for tax purposes and also establish that her current country of residence is the U.S. This helps ensure that the proper amount of Canadian tax will be deducted from her investment earnings.

As for her Canadian tax obligations once she resides in the U.S., the CRA sums it up this way:

“After you leave Canada, you are a non-resident for income tax purposes provided you have severed your residential ties with Canada. As a non-resident, you pay tax on income you receive from sources in Canada. This applies in the year you leave Canada and for each year afterwards, provided you remain a non-resident for income tax purposes.”

Once she becomes a non-resident of Canada, Diane will pay tax on the Canadian income she receives, also known as the Part XIII tax. According to the CRA, the most common types of Canadian income subject to Part XIII tax are:

  • dividends;
  •  rental and royalty payments;
  •  pension payments;
  •  old age security pension;
  •  Canada Pension Plan and Quebec Pension Plan benefits;
  •  retiring allowances;
  •  registered retirement savings plan payments;
  •  registered retirement income fund payments;
  •  annuity payments;
  •  management fees.

But what about interest income generated from Canadian holdings? Such interest is typically exempt from Canadian withholding tax if you’re a non-resident and the payer isn’t related to you. In Diane’s case, the Canadian institutions from whom she receives income must deduct tax from the income paid to her, generally at a non-resident tax rate of 25% on Canadian income, but

this can vary according to the source of income. This deducted tax fulfills her tax obligation to CRA for this income, and it is not necessary to report the income by filing a Canadian tax return.

If you’re a non-resident of Canada and have concerns about the tax consequences for your Canadian investments, the cross-border experts at Cardinal Point Wealth Management are here to help. Terry Ritchie is the Director of Cross-Border Wealth Services at the Cardinal Point, a cross-border wealth management organization with offices in the United States and Canada. Terry has been providing Canada-U.S. cross-border financial, investment, tax, transition, and estate planning services to affluent families for over 25 years. He is active as an author, speaker and educator on international tax and financial planning matters. www.cardinalpointwealth.com

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“Big four” largest wireless operators in USA has developed complex of 5 rules on proposing to unlock the device used for the subsequent implementation of them abroad. It is mainly about popular models of the iPhone and iPad.

Standards development was carried out on the request of the controlling state bodies CTIA and now that AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless have agreed that it is still only officially adopting them. Once this is done, all telecom operators enthusiastically take on the practical implementation of innovations – in their own assurances. Organizations agreed to act openly and publish details of implementing the system at specific sites. The main goal – to make sure that any gadget you can seamlessly unlock when the contract period has expired.

Note: If you are looking to unlock AT&T iPhone 4s do nothing you can order IMEI unlocking using official service from AT&T.

So, 5 basic unlock iPhone rules U.S. carriers received:

1. Public Information. AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint companies undertake to publish on their websites information concerning the order of this service. In a concise, sensible and easy to understand manner .

2 . Unlocking prepaid devices. Operators are required to create an opportunity to unlock any device within a year after its first activation. At the same time be allowed to establish the amount of compensation costs and produce special requirements , but to a limited extent .

3 . Unlocking after the contract. At the end of the contract, the current financial plan , etc. , if the customer have a desire to unlock the gadget, carriers are required to meet . And to deactivate the lock or provide information on how to do it. With the caveat that the submitting good reputation – with erring users separate conversation .

4 . Notice. The operator must inform their customers about how and when you can unlock iPhone, having involved for this technical support staff or the appropriate services on its website. However, the service is not free – operators are entitled to set a reasonable fee for providing it .

5 . Period. Operators are given different working days in order to unlock the device. Or initiate the process by sending a request. Or, if all would be quite difficult to give an official explanation for the delay.

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Moving to the U.S.?

by newswashington on April 28, 2014

Don’t Leave Your Canadian Investments Hanging

A frequent question we hear from Canadians thinking of a move to the U.S. is this: What will be the tax consequences for my Canadian investments?
Let’s look at a case study to see how this plays out. Meet Diane, a Canadian client who is moving to the U.S. for a job opportunity. As we help Diane plan with her cross-border transition, she has questions about what to do with her Canadian investments. Should she use her sister’s Canadian mailing address for her Canadian investment accounts? What are her tax obligations to the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) after she leaves Canada?

For starters, we recommend that Diane change her mailing address to her U.S. residence and not a Canadian relative’s address. Once she leaves Canada and sets up residential ties to the U.S., Diane is deemed a non-resident of Canada. As such, she must notify her Canadian financial firms of her non-residency status for tax purposes and also establish that her current country of residence is the U.S. This helps ensure that the proper amount of Canadian tax will be deducted from her investment earnings.

As for her Canadian tax obligations once she resides in the U.S., the CRA sums it up this way:

“After you leave Canada, you are a non-resident for income tax purposes provided you have severed your residential ties with Canada. As a non-resident, you pay tax on income you receive from sources in Canada. This applies in the year you leave Canada and for each year afterwards, provided you remain a non-resident for income tax purposes.”

Once she becomes a non-resident of Canada, Diane will pay tax on the Canadian income she receives, also known as the Part XIII tax. According to the CRA, the most common types of Canadian income subject to Part XIII tax are:

  • dividends;
  • rental and royalty payments;
  • pension payments;
  • old age security pension;
  • Canada Pension Plan and Quebec Pension Plan benefits;
  • retiring allowances;
  • registered retirement savings plan payments;
  • registered retirement income fund payments;
  • annuity payments;
  • management fees.

But what about interest income generated from http://cardinalpointwealthmanagement.blogspot.com/ Canadian holdings? Such interest is typically exempt from Canadian withholding tax if you’re a non-resident and the payer isn’t related to you.

In Diane’s case, the Canadian institutions from whom she receives income must deduct tax from the income paid to her, generally at a non-resident tax rate of 25% on Canadian income, but this can vary according to the source of income. This deducted tax fulfills her tax obligation to CRA for this income, and it is not necessary to report the income by filing a Canadian tax return.

If you’re a non-resident of Canada and have concerns about the tax consequences for your Canadian investments, the cross-border experts at Cardinal Point Wealth Management are here to help.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Terry Ritchie is the Director of Cross-Border Wealth Services at the Cardinal Point, a cross-border wealth management organization with offices in the United States and Canada. Terry has been providing Canada-U.S. cross-border financial, investment, tax, transition, and estate planning services to affluent families for over 25 years. He is active as an author, speaker and educator on international tax and financial planning matters.

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