Announce your event, activity, or meeting by e-mailing email@example.com
Chaldean parents are curious on how to capture their little one's creative energy when the weather gets cold. Being cooped up in the house all day can make a toddler honery and troublesome. Chaldean parents can help channel that energy by trying at least one of our nine fun, brain-boosting projects.
One question that Chaldeans must answer when starting a business is “What legal business structure is the best for their business?” This is one of the most important questions a Chaldean entrepreneur must ask. Particularly for Chaldeans who plan on providing goods or services to residents trapped in high crime areas.
The business legal form can have significant implications on the amount of money Chaldeans pay in taxes, their personal risk in the business, as well as their ability to get loans or raise money. Prior to making a final decision Chaldean entrepreneurs should religiously explore their options.
Chaldeans have a handful of options when choosing what legal form their business is to take. There legal forms are sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies/partnerships (LLCs /LLPs), and incorporations (either C-corporations or S-corporations). The idea is to structure your business in the best way possible to help you succeed.
What follows here are the issues of liability protection, business appreciation, active versus passive income, and retrained earnings in the business. Chaldean entrepreneurs should understand how their business should be structured in order to help them when dealing with these issues.
Vatican City – Hundreds and hundreds of Chaldeans traveled across the world to Rome to witness the appointment of the Chaldean Patriarch to a Vatican Cardinal. Chaldeans across the globe glued to Nour Sat and EWTN to watch the world televised ceremony.
When Pope Benedict XVI placed a red hat on Cardinal Emmanuel-Karim Delly of Baghdad during a Nov. 24 consistory in St. Peter's Basilica, he was honoring not just the patriarch of the Chaldean church, but was elevating the plight of Iraqi Christians to the world's attention.
Michigan, USA - The community’s best flag football athletes took to the grid iron this past week. The Chaldean Football League’s 27th Chy Cup championship brought out the best. The championship game featured the league’s two best teams pitting Anthony Toma’s 8-2 Red team vs. Bobby Semaan’s 9-1 Green team. In a long awaited rematch the two teams faced one another under the lights of Groves stadium in Michigan.
California, USA - Chaldeans are busily preparing for the holidays. The community is getting ready for big family dinners, the traditional extended family tours, and the hectic gift giving calculations. It arrives at the same time every year, and yet Chaldeans continue to get confused, stressed, and frustrated over the potential holiday madness. Chaldean holiday preparations can be less taxing for Chaldeans if these 7 simple steps are followed.
Step 1 - BE PREPAREDCreate a budget for your gift purchases, a list of who has been nice, and stick to it. Chaldeans have huge families and trying to buy a gift for every cousin, friend, neighbor, or employee will have you filing for bankruptcy. Chaldeans are generous and charitable, but a line has to be drawn. Create a gift list to fight the urge of seeing an item on clearance that you think would be perfect for someone not on your list. Write down a few ideas for presents, based on the preferences of those on the list and hints they have given you throughout the year.
California, USA - November 20th is National Family Volunteer Day. What better time to teach Chaldean children about charity and volunteering? Here are some ideas to put the whole family in the charitable spirit.
Adopt a Grandparent' and visit a local retirement home. The Chaldean community has a long and important tradition of respecting and caring for elders. Chaldeans in California often visit The Good Samaritan Retirement Center and Chaldean in Michigan visit the Chaldean Manor Senior Home. Both centers provide plenty of opportunities for Chaldeans to share their time and comfort others. Toddlers can come along to provide company and lots of hugs. Chaldean children can visit with residents and put on plays or skits, bring small crafts, or simply visit and reminisce.