Author Archive: Mariam Nasir

Mariam Nasir is a Marketing Executive with the DeltaQuest Group. Mariam graduated from the University of Surrey with a BA in English Literature in 2011. During her time at university she joined the student newspaper, where she built her way up to the position of Editor in her final year. This gave her experience in writing, editing and researching, which inspired her to pursue a career in marketing. In an effort to place her previous experience within a professional environment, Mariam took on the role of Marketing Executive within the DeltaQuest Group.

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Top 3 Corporate Structures to Manage your Wealth

| 31 May 2012 | 2 Comments

With a number of countries desperately trying to stabilize their economies and avoid a Greece-style bankruptcy, high-net-worth individuals are seeking extreme measures to protect their tangible assets and wealth from being completely wiped out. As innovative and complex methods of asset protection emerge, many of the super rich are turning to protect their wealth through […]

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Income Tax Reforms Inevitable as US Presidential Candidates Petition to Combat Rising Debt

| 31 May 2012 | 0 Comments

With US presidential elections looming closer, it is crunch time as both candidates go head-on to win the heart, and vote, of American citizens by introducing their prospective tax reforms to decrease federal deficit. As Obama prepares to take on office for a second term, Romney is unrelenting in his efforts to negate Obama’s success […]

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Entrepreneurial Activity: Is it Worth the Risk?

| 30 Mar 2012 | 0 Comments

In a bid to boost their economies and reduce unemployment rates, governments from both sides of the Atlantic are introducing schemes to promote entrepreneurial activity within their respective countries. However, it is imperative that individuals carefully consider the implications and effectively protect their assets before they set-up a business, as they could risk losing all […]

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US Supports Entrepreneurship in a bid to Instigate Economic Growth

| 30 Mar 2012 | 1 Comment

Despite challenging opposition and fierce debate, the proposed Jobs Act has received approval from Congress 6 months after being proposed by President Obama. This act aims to assist individuals with becoming successful entrepreneurs by raising capital and transforming ideas into successful business ventures, in order to instigate economic growth and decrease unemployment. Despite jobless claims […]

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Tradition Vs Innovation – Who to Trust to Manage your Wealth

| 29 Feb 2012 | 0 Comments

The recently published figures revealing the substantial bonuses UK banks are handing out to their employees – despite their extensive losses – has sparked concerns amongst  high-net-worth individuals. Many wealthy investors have lost confidence in their banks to manage their wealth with integrity, and as such, are seeking alternative wealth management methods. Whether it is […]

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Five Golden Rules for Investors

| 29 Feb 2012 | 1 Comment

In light of the ongoing financial crisis, high-net-worth individuals are treading carefully in regards to availing investment opportunities. Whether investing in antiques and artwork, or in tradable and liquid currencies, investors should ensure that they comply with certain fundamental techniques to make the most profitable and secure long term investments. Irrespective of the global financial […]

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Income Tax Loopholes: A Fundamental Technique for Wealthy Americans to Survive Through Recession

| 30 Jan 2012 | 1 Comment

The 2008 financial crisis has left governments striving to rebuild their deteriorated economies and prevent the chances of facing a severe debt crisis. From the outrageous tax reforms that have seen the wealthy being targeted to the impetuous austerity to cut spending, governments around the world are revising their fiscal policies to combat their ever-rising […]

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Booming Business Centers and the Quest for the Perfect Property

| 30 Jan 2012 | 0 Comments

Since the beginning of time, mankind has strived to outdo nature and reach heights that were previously unimaginable, whether through scientifically generating genes or by constructing islands in the oceans. A recent trend adopted by wealthy professionals is to acquire luxury properties in the most exclusive building structures. To cater to this demand, engineers around […]

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US Presidential Candidates Propose to Strike out Chances of a Double Dip Recession

| 10 Jan 2012 | 0 Comments

With the prevailing economic crisis in sight, 2012 is set to be a historic year for the United States as it sees its 57th presidential elections and the possible end of Obama’s time in office. The ongoing battle between the two most established parties, Democrats and Republicans, has been further intensified as candidates fight to […]

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UK Austerity Targets Families with Children

| 10 Jan 2012 | 0 Comments

The relentless financial crisis of 2008 has left governments across both sides of the Atlantic grasping at the last straws to boost their economies. After deciding to prolong the 50p tax into 2012, the UK government is taking further steps to reduce deficit and cut spending by implementing a tax and benefits reform. A recent […]

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