Ce manuel de la SCI se veut abordable par son contenu. Sous forme de fiches thématiques et de cas concrets, l’objectif est de vous permettre de créer votre SCI dans les meilleures conditions, et de gérer la vôtre avec tranquillité et optimisation. Le manuel aborde tous les types de SCI (familiale, d’attribution, à capital variable …), qu’elles soient soumise à l’impôt sur le Revenu, ou sur les Sociétés. Les auteurs ont cherché à passer en revue l’ensemble des situations possibles. En annexes, le livre vous fournit un modèle de procès- verbal d’assemblée générale, des statuts types et un exemple de compte de résultat et de bilan. Le manuel n’est pas adapté aux juristes qui auraient déjà des compétences précises sur le sujet. Mise à jour : 2 juin 2016. A jour de la dernière législation. Les questions auxquelles le livre répond : Faut-il créer une SCI ?Laquelle créer dans ma situation ?Choisir le régime fiscal (IS/IR)La marche à suivre pour la créerLes formalités à ne pas oublier dans la gestion couranteComment réaliser sa comptabilité ?
Includes, 1982-1995: Les Livres du mois, also published separately.
"Ana Božic(evic''s work is sort of animist--it's either about silence or the racket of the world. How does she do it? Clicks the switch to say it's silent & it's happening then on a distant tiny stage. She's muttering, and then it's a story and a very good one. I mean in poetry at some point you don't know what the writer means. In Ana's work I watch "it" vanish (all the time) & I trust it."--Eileen Myles.
To mark the fiftieth anniversary of the International Court of Justice, a distinguished group of international judges, practitioners and academics has undertaken a major review of its work. The chapters discuss the main areas of substantive law with which the Court has been concerned, and the more significant aspects of its practice and procedure in dealing with cases before it. It discusses the role of the Court in the international legal order, and its relationship with the UN's political organs. The thirty-three chapters are presented under five headings: the Court; the sources and evidences of international law; substance of international law; procedural aspects of the Court's work; the Court and the UN. It has been prepared in honour of Sir Robert Jennings, judge and sometime President of the Court.
Author: Paul Webley
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book explores tax evasion through an extensive psychological approach, surveys and official records to simulate real-world cases.
Conversations with Stalin
Author: Milovan Djilas
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
A memoir by the former vice president of Yugoslavia describing three visits to Moscow and his encounters there with Stalin. Index. Translated by Michael B. Petrovich.
Author: Canada. Expert Advisory Committee on the Management of Severe Chronic Pain in Cancer Patients, Canada. Health and Welfare Canada
The View from Afar
Author: Claude Lévi-Strauss, Joachim Neugroschel, Phoebe Hoss
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
This collection touches on a wide range of anthropological issues, including family and marriage, myths, and rites, the environment and its representation, and constraint and freedom. The essays encompass more than forty years of analysis and constrain arguments that are as relevant today as they were thirty years ago. "Hardly a field remains untouched—sociobiology, linguistics, botany, genetics, psychiatry, esthetics, ecology, politics, neuroscience, education, morality, psychology. . . . It's all breathtaking and alarming, some of it wonderful, some of it ridiculous. . . . At times the experience is exhilarating."—Richard A. Shweder, New York Times Book Review
Author: Judith Martin
Publisher: Viking Pr
Armed with wit, curls, and a Harvard education, Gilbert Fairchild arrives in Washington, and sets about seducing congressmen's wives, outmaneuvering political adversaries, and acquiring a White House office just down the hall from the president
This guide offers theoretical and practical tools for an innovative approach to a key political issue: how, along with our immigrant fellow-citizens, can we build a fair and plural society that ensures the well-being or all? By moving beyond rigid categories like "foreigner", "immigrant" and "illegal, and ambiguous concepts like "identity", "diversity, "immigration control and "integration", this guide suggests that policy makers, civil servants and citizens need to question their own vocabulary if they are to grasp the complexity and uniqueness or people's migration paths. Perceiving migrants simply from the host country's point or view - the security, well-being and life-style of its nationals - has limitations. We cannot see people of foreign origin only as a threat or a resource to be exploited. If we see them as stereotypes, we are seeing only a mirror of European fears and contradictory aspirations. This guide helps readers decode and address the structural problems of our society, looking at the accusations made against migrants And The utilitarian view or the advantages that immigrants bring to host societies. In publishing this guide, The Council or Europe is seeking to initiate an in-depth debate on the migration issue, which is so high on the European political agenda
The Business Blockchain
Author: William Mougayar
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The definitive pioneering blueprint covering the what, why and how of the blockchain. Blockchains are new technology layers that rewire the Internet and threaten to side-step older legacy constructs and centrally served businesses. At its core, a blockchain injects trust into the network, cutting off some intermediaries from serving that function and creatively disrupting how they operate. Metaphorically, blockchains are the ultimate non-stop computers. Once launched, they never go down, and offer an incredible amount of resiliency, making them dependable and attractive for running a new generation of decentralized services and software applications. The Business Blockchain charts new territory in advancing our understanding of the blockchain by unpacking its elements like no other before. William Mougayar anticipates a future that consists of thousands, if not millions of blockchains that will enable not only frictionless value exchange, but also a new flow of value, redefining roles, relationships, power and governance. In this book, Mougayar makes two other strategic assertions. First, the blockchain has polymorphic characteristics; its application will result in a multiplicity of effects. Second, we shouldn’t ask ourselves what problems the blockchain solves, because that gives us a narrow view on its potential. Rather, we should imagine new opportunities, and tackle even more ambitious problems that cross organizational, regulatory and mental boundaries. Drawing on 34 years of technology industry experience as an executive, analyst, consultant, entrepreneur, startup mentor, author, blogger, educator, thought leader and investor, William Mougayar describes a future that is influenced by fundamental shifts brought by blockchain technology as the catalyst for change. William Mougayar has been described as the most sophisticated blockchain business thinker. He is a blockchain industry insider whose work has already shaped and influenced the understanding of blockchain for people around the world, via his generous blogging and rigorous research insights. He is a direct participant in the crypto-technology market, working alongside startups, entrepreneurs, pioneers, leaders, innovators, creators, enterprise executives and practitioners; in addition to being an investor, advisor, and board member in some of the leading organizations in this space, such as the Ethereum Foundation, OpenBazaar and Coin Center. Just as the Internet created new possibilities that we didn’t foresee in its early years, the blockchain will give rise to new business models and ideas that may still be invisible. Following an engaging Foreword by Vitalik Buterin, this book is organized along these 7 chapters: 1. What is the Blockchain? 2. How Blockchain Trust Infiltrates 3. Obstacles, Challenges & Mental Blocks 4. Blockchain in Financial Services 5. Lighthouse Industries & New Intermediaries 6. Implementing Blockchain Technology 7. Decentralization as the Way Forward The Business Blockchain is an invitation for technologists to better understand the business potential of the blockchain, and for business minded people to grasp the many facets of blockchain technology. This book teaches you how to think about the blockchain.
Barbarians at the Gate
Author: Bryan Burrough, John Helyar
Publisher: Harper Collins
“One of the finest, most compelling accounts of what happened to corporate America and Wall Street in the 1980’s.” —New York Times Book Review A #1 New York Times bestseller and arguably the best business narrative ever written, Barbarians at the Gate is the classic account of the fall of RJR Nabisco. An enduring masterpiece of investigative journalism by Bryan Burrough and John Helyar, it includes a new afterword by the authors that brings this remarkable story of greed and double-dealings up to date twenty years after the famed deal. The Los Angeles Times calls Barbarians at the Gate, “Superlative.” The Chicago Tribune raves, “It’s hard to imagine a better story...and it’s hard to imagine a better account.” And in an era of spectacular business crashes and federal bailouts, it still stands as a valuable cautionary tale that must be heeded.
Those privileged enough to have crossed the threshold of a luxury boutique, hotel or car dealership will generally have had an unforgettable experience, in which their dreams, the promise made by the brand, and reality merge into one. Total availability, passion for the brand or for service, special attention (drinks service, valet parking, VIP lounge), courtesy, recognition, and prestige. These are the codes of luxury that no brand with a claim to excellence can afford to ignore. Unfortunately, sometimes customers get quite the opposite: an undignified reception, unsuitable propositions, violated codes. In this case, the “betrayed” customer may react in various ways – desertion, boycott and a desire to smear the brand's name – all of which can have devastating effects. To guard against this, the major luxury brands make regular use of “mystery shoppers,” whose mission is to observe and report on customer service. They are the key informants on the realities of the luxury sales industry. What you are about to discover in the following pages are a few of these mystery shopper accounts. Those, at least, which the corporate clients had not protected by a confidentiality clause...