IXecutive Briefing provides custom safety & security briefings in advance of international travel for U.S. individuals and groups. Providing peace of mind – allowing Americans to travel abroad with confidence. You can find a multimedia overview of the company and our briefings on our website @ www.ixecutivebriefing.us
With 30 years of experience and a trusty calculator tucked into his belt, certified public accountant Stuart Fishkin deftly balances books to earn robust returns and keep the IRS safely at bay. As soon as clients deliver their packages of befuddling documents to Mr. Fishkin's offices, he sets to work sussing, sorting, and sculpting tiny paper houses to impress even the most discriminating collectors. An initial 30-minute meeting provides a venue for clients to ask questions and seek tax clarification while Mr. Fishkin clearly points out the papers necessary for filing. The final kaleidoscope of financial figures makes its way to the IRS via paper or electronic filing (an additional $15 fee) no later than April 16, the country's official Tax Day and unofficial Hug an Accountant Day.
Maid to Please’s staff of experienced cleaners undergo extensive training before tackling domestic grime, working from cleaning checklists informed by patron preferences outlined via an online appointment scheduler. Wielding eco-friendly supplies upon request, cleaners infiltrate abodes to de-filth furniture and decorative trinkets, vacuum and mop grunge clinging to carpets and floors, and snag cobwebs from corners. Staffers lavish extra attention on bathrooms, bombarding tubs and toilets with purifying products before buffing sinks and mirrors so they gleam brighter than a freshly waxed diamond ring. Dust scuttles from kitchen counters while dirt destroyers haul cloths across stoves, sinks, appliance exteriors, and microwave interiors.
Each element of the sporting symphony emanates from its respective part of Dulles Golf Center & Sports Park: the pings of golf balls from the driving range, the smacks of the volleyball from the sand courts, and the line-drive cracks from the batting cages. The covered, lighted range?which Golf Range Magazine ranked as one of the Top 50 Standalone Golf Ranges in America in 2013?is home to PGA Director of Instruction Chuck Will and his golf academy. It's also big brother to a 18-hole miniature golf course decorated with the scaled-down versions of historic lighthouses, which lends the course a nautical charm and might help anyone find safe passage on a particularly foggy night.
Just one mile from the airport, The Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Dulles Airport provides travelers with a sound night's sleep and easy access to and from the airport. Sixty regular rooms and 22 suites fill the three-story structure, each with a slew of amenities, including coffee makers, morning newspaper delivery, and flat-screen televisions, which long ago replaced in-room marionette performances. A free continental breakfast greets guests each morning, and the complimentary shuttle runs laps between the parking lot and the airport from 4:30 a.m. to midnight every day.