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  • Kako do obrazcev za napoved obresti
  • Kako do obrazcev za napoved obresti
  • Kako do obrazcev za napoved obresti

  • Kapitalski dobički za 2006 - prijava in podatki
  • Kapitalski dobički za 2006 - prijava in podatki
  • Kapitalski dobički za 2006 - prijava in podatki

  • Brezplačni tečaji v realnem času
  • Brezplačni tečaji v realnem času
  • Brezplačni tečaji v realnem času

  • Svetovalnica: Zniževanje osnove kapitalskih dobičkov
  • Svetovalnica: Zniževanje osnove kapitalskih dobičkov
  • Svetovalnica: Zniževanje osnove kapitalskih dobičkov

  • Revalorizirati ne smete sami
  • Revalorizirati ne smete sami
  • Revalorizirati ne smete sami

  • Svetovalnica: Obdavčitev obresti - pridobitev podatkov
  • Svetovalnica: Obdavčitev obresti - pridobitev podatkov
  • Svetovalnica: Obdavčitev obresti - pridobitev podatkov

  • Davek bo višji, meja za bančne obresti pa nižja
  • Davek bo višji, meja za bančne obresti pa nižja
  • Davek bo višji, meja za bančne obresti pa nižja

  • Top 25 Personal Finance Myths
  • Top 25 Personal Finance Myths
  • Top 25 Personal Finance Myths

  • Tudi dividende so obdavčljive
  • Tudi dividende so obdavčljive
  • Tudi dividende so obdavčljive

  • Svetovalnica: Kako so po novem obdavčene obresti
  • Svetovalnica: Kako so po novem obdavčene obresti
  • Svetovalnica: Kako so po novem obdavčene obresti

  • Naložbena življenjska zavarovanja z zajamčenim donosom [2006-03-23]
  • Naložbena življenjska zavarovanja z zajamčenim donosom [2006-03-23]
  • Naložbena življenjska zavarovanja z zajamčenim donosom [2006-03-23]

  • A master investor:  1 Believes the first priority is preservation of capital. 2 As a result, is risk-averse. 3 Has developed his own investment philosophy, which is an expression of his personality. As a result, no two highly successful investors have the same approach. 4 Has developed his own personal system for selecting, buying and selling investments. 5 Believes diversification is for the birds. 6 Hates to pay taxes, and arranges his affairs to legally minimise his tax bill. 7 Only invests in what he understands. 8 Refuses to make investments that do not meet his criteria. Can effortlessly say 'no'. 9 Is continually searching for new investment opportunities that meet his criteria and actively engages in his own research. 10 Has the patience to wait until he finds the right investment. 11 Acts instantly when he has made a decision. 12 Holds a winning investment until a pre-determined reason to exit arrives. 13 Follows his own system religiously. 14 Is aware of his own fallibility. Corrects mistakes the moment they arise. 15 Always treats mistakes as learning experiences. 16 As his experience increases, so do his returns. 17 Almost never talks to anyone about what he's doing. Not interested in what others think of his investment decisions. 18 Has successfully delegated most, if not all, of his responsibilities to others. 19 Lives far below his means. 20 Does what he does for stimulation and self-fulfilment - not for money. 21 Is emotionally involved with the process of investing; but can walk away from any individual investment. 22 Lives and breathes investing, 24 hours a day. 23 Puts his money where his mouth is. For example, Warren Buffet has 99 per cent of his net worth in shares of Berkshire Hathaway; George Soros, similarly, keeps most of his money in his Quantum Fund. For both, the destiny of their personal wealth is identical to that of the people who have entrusted money to their management.
  • A master investor:  1 Believes the first priority is preservation of capital. 2 As a result, is risk-averse. 3 Has developed his own investment philosophy, which is an expression of his personality. As a result, no two highly successful investors have the same approach. 4 Has developed his own personal system for selecting, buying and selling investments. 5 Believes diversification is for the birds. 6 Hates to pay taxes, and arranges his affairs to legally minimise his tax bill. 7 Only invests in what he understands. 8 Refuses to make investments that do not meet his criteria. Can effortlessly say 'no'. 9 Is continually searching for new investment opportunities that meet his criteria and actively engages in his own research. 10 Has the patience to wait until he finds the right investment. 11 Acts instantly when he has made a decision. 12 Holds a winning investment until a pre-determined reason to exit arrives. 13 Follows his own system religiously. 14 Is aware of his own fallibility. Corrects mistakes the moment they arise. 15 Always treats mistakes as learning experiences. 16 As his experience increases, so do his returns. 17 Almost never talks to anyone about what he's doing. Not interested in what others think of his investment decisions. 18 Has successfully delegated most, if not all, of his responsibilities to others. 19 Lives far below his means. 20 Does what he does for stimulation and self-fulfilment - not for money. 21 Is emotionally involved with the process of investing; but can walk away from any individual investment. 22 Lives and breathes investing, 24 hours a day. 23 Puts his money where his mouth is. For example, Warren Buffet has 99 per cent of his net worth in shares of Berkshire Hathaway; George Soros, similarly, keeps most of his money in his Quantum Fund. For both, the destiny of their personal wealth is identical to that of the people who have entrusted money to their management.
  • A master investor:  1 Believes the first priority is preservation of capital. 2 As a result, is risk-averse. 3 Has developed his own investment philosophy, which is an expression of his personality. As a result, no two highly successful investors have the same approach. 4 Has developed his own personal system for selecting, buying and selling investments. 5 Believes diversification is for the birds. 6 Hates to pay taxes, and arranges his affairs to legally minimise his tax bill. 7 Only invests in what he understands. 8 Refuses to make investments that do not meet his criteria. Can effortlessly say 'no'. 9 Is continually searching for new investment opportunities that meet his criteria and actively engages in his own research. 10 Has the patience to wait until he finds the right investment. 11 Acts instantly when he has made a decision. 12 Holds a winning investment until a pre-determined reason to exit arrives. 13 Follows his own system religiously. 14 Is aware of his own fallibility. Corrects mistakes the moment they arise. 15 Always treats mistakes as learning experiences. 16 As his experience increases, so do his returns. 17 Almost never talks to anyone about what he's doing. Not interested in what others think of his investment decisions. 18 Has successfully delegated most, if not all, of his responsibilities to others. 19 Lives far below his means. 20 Does what he does for stimulation and self-fulfilment - not for money. 21 Is emotionally involved with the process of investing; but can walk away from any individual investment. 22 Lives and breathes investing, 24 hours a day. 23 Puts his money where his mouth is. For example, Warren Buffet has 99 per cent of his net worth in shares of Berkshire Hathaway; George Soros, similarly, keeps most of his money in his Quantum Fund. For both, the destiny of their personal wealth is identical to that of the people who have entrusted money to their management.

  • Indijci kupili rumunjskog proizvođača generičkih lijekova
  • Indijci kupili rumunjskog proizvođača generičkih lijekova
  • Indijci kupili rumunjskog proizvođača generičkih lijekova

  • Razmotrit ćemo opciju neprijateljskog preuzimanja Plive
  • Razmotrit ćemo opciju neprijateljskog preuzimanja Plive
  • Razmotrit ćemo opciju neprijateljskog preuzimanja Plive

  • UpoÅ¡tevajte, da so spodaj navedeni roki, ki jih imate v primeru, da prejemate dohodke od katerih akontacije dohodnine ni obračunal že izplačevalec dohodka (tako npr. vaÅ¡ delodajalec v Sloveniji ob izplačilu plače že obračuna akontacijo dohodnine - v tem primeru boste podatke vpisali samo v letni napovedi za odmero dohodnine, enako velja v primeru, da oddajate premoženje v najem slovenskim pravnim osebam ali v primeru prejema dividend od družb iz Slovenije).
  • UpoÅ¡tevajte, da so spodaj navedeni roki, ki jih imate v primeru, da prejemate dohodke od katerih akontacije dohodnine ni obračunal že izplačevalec dohodka (tako npr. vaÅ¡ delodajalec v Sloveniji ob izplačilu plače že obračuna akontacijo dohodnine - v tem primeru boste podatke vpisali samo v letni napovedi za odmero dohodnine, enako velja v primeru, da oddajate premoženje v najem slovenskim pravnim osebam ali v primeru prejema dividend od družb iz Slovenije).
  • UpoÅ¡tevajte, da so spodaj navedeni roki, ki jih imate v primeru, da prejemate dohodke od katerih akontacije dohodnine ni obračunal že izplačevalec dohodka (tako npr. vaÅ¡ delodajalec v Sloveniji ob izplačilu plače že obračuna akontacijo dohodnine - v tem primeru boste podatke vpisali samo v letni napovedi za odmero dohodnine, enako velja v primeru, da oddajate premoženje v najem slovenskim pravnim osebam ali v primeru prejema dividend od družb iz Slovenije).

  • O Plivi treba odlučivati u Zagrebu!
  • O Plivi treba odlučivati u Zagrebu!
  • O Plivi treba odlučivati u Zagrebu!

  • Actavis: Moguća viÅ¡a ponuda nakon dubinskog snimanja
  • Actavis: Moguća viÅ¡a ponuda nakon dubinskog snimanja
  • Actavis: Moguća viÅ¡a ponuda nakon dubinskog snimanja

  • Komentar: Ono Å¡to ne znamo o Actavisu
  • Komentar: Ono Å¡to ne znamo o Actavisu
  • Komentar: Ono Å¡to ne znamo o Actavisu
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