Author Archive: Emma Mackenzie

Emma Mackenzie is a Marketing Executive with the DeltaQuest Group. With over 3 years of corporate and legal content writing experience, Emma began her marketing career working as a marketing assistant for a cosmetic company based in England, UK. During her time there she played a pivotal role in both producing company promotional and editorial content and managing the company website and advertising strategies. Her next career move was a two year academic writing post in the field of business law, in which she developed her writing skills extensively. Seeking a more challenging and progressive position within a legal and corporate services environment, Emma moved to Cyprus to take on the role of marketing executive within the DeltaQuest marketing department. Emma achieved her Marketing and Business Law degree from Strathclyde University, Scotland in 2007.

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Corporate Tax – Simplifying Tax Systems will Boost Economic Growth

| 31 May 2012 | 0 Comments




Despite a cut in UK corporate tax, and a commitment by the government to support business investment, the burdensome and overly complex UK tax law has offset these efforts for economic growth. Known as one of the world’s most elaborate and obscure tax codes, UK tax law has become a primary frustration for many business […]

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The Importance of Career Choice to Achieve Affluence

| 30 Mar 2012 | 2 Comments




Money influences the chosen career path for many. Despite popular belief that those in well-paid jobs are high academic achievers, the truth is that anyone can attain the lifestyle of their choice through determination and commitment. University is not the only option for individuals to attain high earning salaries – some of the world’s richest people have no academic qualifications […]

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UK Chancellor’s 2012 Budget Fails on Job Creation Promise

| 30 Mar 2012 | 0 Comments




The UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, cited a blow to many small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in Wednesday’s budget the ‘Office for Budget Responsibility’ (OBR). Although the focus was primarily on helping the unemployed and small businesses, it is now apparent that the direction has shifted avertedly to helping large-scale […]

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5 Most Liberal Corporate Tax Systems in the World

| 29 Feb 2012 | 0 Comments




Corporate tax, often a sore subject for business owners, remains one of the most influential factors in deciding the country of registration and structure of an organization. Businesses over the years have learnt to legally manipulate international tax systems for their own benefit, and as such, corporate tax rates continue to determine the competitiveness and […]

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Organized Chaos – Greece Bailout Package Requires Tax Increases

| 29 Feb 2012 | 0 Comments




Prisoner to a 5 year unrelenting recession and odious debt burden, Greece can finally catch its breath after securing their second billon euro bail-out, in as little as 3 years. In order to win the €130bn euro of aid, the Greek government has promised to meet the necessary requirements and enforce further spending cuts, in […]

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Five Most Popular Asset Protection Techniques – should we trust Innovation or Experience?

| 30 Jan 2012 | 5 Comments




In today’s unwaveringly turbulent economy, it is expected that those with valuable assets will go to extreme lengths to protect them, for their own benefit, or to bequeath them to their loved ones. With cowboy advisors and low-grade attorneys jeopardizing the integrity of the asset protection industry – offering innovative “too good to be true” […]

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Fiscal Unity of Europe – Can a Common Corporate Tax Save the Eurozone?

| 30 Jan 2012 | 1 Comment




Entering the third year of the relentless and brutal eurozone debt crisis, the primary concern for all EU State leaders is to agree to a mutually beneficial solution, and fast. Talks of how the eurozone can rescue itself from a complete breakdown have surfaced and it seems the common step forward is to reform a […]

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2011 Highlights – Revised Taxes to Boost World Economies

| 14 Dec 2011 | 0 Comments




It has been an active year for the corporate tax industry, with political debates, tax proposals and new tax developments occurring primarily in the US and UK. With an increasing emphasis on lowering corporate tax rates to boost struggling economies and remedy high levels of unemployment, it is evident that governments worldwide are recognizing the […]

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2011 Highlights – Development of Asset Protection Strategies

| 14 Dec 2011 | 0 Comments




Countries across the globe have demonstrated significant asset protection developments this year. From the adoption of Family Limited Partnerships and effective utilization of traditional trusts, to the safeguarding of digital assets and revisions of trust laws, the asset protection industry has advanced and increased awareness among individuals and companies alike in times of economic crisis. […]

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UK and Ireland Income Tax Developments – ensuring income taxes boost the economy

| 30 Nov 2011 | 0 Comments




From tax payable to tax evasion, the UK and Ireland’s tax industry is causing controversy among politicians and the public. With outrage in keeping the 50p tax rate in the UK, VAT proposals leaked in Ireland and the HMRC launching a tax investigatory […]

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