Online Security: Fighting Online Fraud Through eDNA - Long ago, a cartoon ran in The New Yorker, showing a canine seated at a desktop computer. “On the internet,” ran the caption, “nobody knows you’re a dog.” The same premise holds true today and poses a knotty question in online commerce and FinTech: How do you know the person on the other end of a transaction is really who they say they are? And even if you do confirm their identity, how do you know that person can be trusted?
Moss Adams Business Consultants: TAX SERVICES - As a taxpayer, you don’t want to pay more in taxes than have to. Part of accomplishing this is calculating your liability with precision so you don’t overpay. And yet there’s much more to it: Truly succeeding at tax planning requires the help of a trusted advisor—an experienced tax professional with the technical skills, knowledge, and strategic thinking to help you address challenges and take advantage of timely opportunities.
Haws Corporation Tempered Water Nevada USA, Singapore: Units in Action: Mission Readiness Donates Hydration Stations Four donated Brita Hydration Stations were recently installed at College of the Desert in Palm Desert, CA with the support of Mission: Readiness – Military Leaders For Kids and Regional Access Project Foundation.
Singapore Trip Day 1 - Transportation Guide To Singapore by Bacall Associates - Singapore is my second out of the country trip early last year. This prosperous city-state is so well known because of many Filipinos working here, mostly in tourism and IT industry. This became memorable for me because of the misadventures we had during planning and the trip itself. Nonetheless, Singapore is worth visiting I'd love to come back.
How the world’s wealthy hide millions offshore - from their spouses - When Michael Brandner, a plastic surgeon in Anchorage, packed his bags and drove more than 4,000 miles from Washington state to Costa Rica in 2007, he wasn’t just getting away from it all.
What To Invest in Singapore - It’s Way Too Crowded Reason Singaporeans No Longer Love Shopping on Orchard Road Back in the days before Singapore got so jam-packed with people, Orchard Road was just crowded enough to be considered lively. The only area where the crowds got uncomfortable at times was the underpass between Wisma Atria and Takashimaya. http://wallinside.com/post-55980733-what-to-invest-in-singapore-its-way-too-crowded.html