Keep up to date with eFPS tax return updates

In the past four years, two major tax reform measures – the TRAIN law and the CREATE law – have been enacted. TRAIN entered into law in December 2017 and CREATE in March 2021. The reforms reduced personal and corporate tax rates. How prepared are we to implement the reforms …

Read More »

Fall 2021 budget: forecasts for entrepreneurs

The fall 2021 budget is due next week, Wednesday, October 27, and as the country’s finances have taken a hard hit since March 2020 – due to government support for workers and businesses during the coronavirus pandemic, it is expected that there will be changes to the tax system to …

Read More »

A guide for business owners

“VAT” on heaps of coins Value Added Taxes (VAT), which are a type of consumption tax, are major sources of revenue for the countries of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), among other regions. According to the Tax Foundation, VAT actually contributed one-third of tax revenues in OECD …

Read More »

Business news | Stock and stock market news

Search for prices, news, NAVs of mutual funds ITC INE154A01025, ITC, 500875 Tata Motors INE155A01022, TATAMOTORS, 500570 TML-D IN9155A01020, TATAMTRDVR, 570001 Tata power INE245A01021, TATAPOWER, 500400 IRCTC INE335Y01012, IRCTC, 542830 Search for prices, news, NAVs of mutual funds ITC INE154A01025, ITC, 500875 Tata Motors INE155A01022, TATAMOTORS, 500570 TML-D IN9155A01020, TATAMTRDVR, …

Read More »

Price hikes should not hurt growth

KARACHI: The recent surge in petroleum product prices and electricity tariffs is not expected to hurt economic growth in the current fiscal year, despite the fact that the price hike will immediately raise the inflation rate by about a percentage point. “Strong inflows of workers’ remittances, growth in export earnings, …

Read More »

Higher costs on goods are here to stay, SAIT

Market analysts do not see any improvement in the cost of goods in the next period and until the first half of 2022. In fact, Cyprus is one of the most affected countries compared to other countries, due to its strong dependence on imports of products and raw materials, 95% …

Read More »

City Discusses Loans For Waterline Improvements | Gaz

The Emporia City Commission discussed loans for ongoing and upcoming projects to replace water pipes during its action session on Wednesday morning. BG Consultants’ Bruce Boettcher stated that the city has already received some loan dollars for water infrastructure projects from the State Revolving Fund and suggested closing the current …

Read More »

A Party Budget Commentary | Local company

The Minister of Finance has spent an inordinate amount of time talking about the impact of Covid-19 on society and the economy. Finance Minister Colm Imbert suggested, without saying so, that with the fall in prices and output in the energy sector and the resulting reduction in retained foreign currencies, …

Read More »

Travis County leads housing reform

As Austin continues to grow dramatically and soaring rent prices have prevented many residents from finding safe and stable housing, the Travis County Commissioners Court, led by the newly elected Travis County Judge , Andy Brown, has adopted several innovative policy changes to expand access to affordable housing. housing for …

Read More »

What’s next for gold loans after the pandemic?

Over the past decade, the rise in NBFCs focused on gold loans has been well documented by the media. They are now widely recognized as instrumental in formalizing an activity that was previously reserved for shadowy moneylenders and pawnbrokers who operated without official supervision. The banks were largely disinterested in …

Read More »

The best budget Bluetooth speaker

This speaker will add oomph to your Halloween party (Getty Images) The editors of Yahoo Entertainment are committed to independently selecting great products at great prices for you. We may receive a share of purchases made through the links on this page. Prices and availability are subject to change. With …

Read More »

Equities advance as fears over debt ceiling expire

Shares rose on Thursday, with investors encouraging developments in Washington as lawmakers reached a deal that would temporarily avoid a government default by mid-month. All three major indexes extended their gains after Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Thursday morning lawmakers reached a deal to extend the government’s debt limit …

Read More »

Namibia: Namfisa makes millions with cash advances

Namfisa, NAMIBIA’s financial regulator, has raised over N $ 120 million in donations from micro-lenders, commonly known as cash advances, for the past three years. This makes microcredit lenders the regulator’s second largest source of revenue – approximately 21% of the N $ 566 million earned. What Namfisa makes from …

Read More »

Andrew Yang’s front part is directionless

Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang on Tuesday announced his new effort to help Americans break free from a stagnant bipartisan “duopoly”: a new political party he calls the Forward Party. The name of the third of Yang is typically sunny. But unfortunately, we don’t really know where this party …

Read More »

should it change to promote a lot more dow …

An interesting request was made to Chancellor Rishi Sunak – to consider reforming the stamp duty with revised thresholds to reflect local markets. The call came from professional real estate agency Propertymark which lobbied Sunak ahead of the budget and spending review slated for later this month. Propertymark says the …

Read More »

Higher loan limit available on USDA farm loans

(NAFB) – The USDA says that starting October 1, a higher credit limit will be available for borrowers seeking a guaranteed farm loan. The limit goes from $ 1.776 million to $ 1.825 million. “Farm loans are critical to our customers’ annual operating and living costs, emergency needs and cash …

Read More »

Business Briefing: Why the UK funds foreign auto companies

The catalyst was the switch to electrification, explains Constance: “In a growing market, it’s always easier to gain market share than with something already established. If you’re trying to gain market share with scorecards, say, you’re in a zero-sum game. For electric motors, batteries or power electronics, the market is …

Read More »

Is higher inflation knocking on the door?

If you regularly follow the kitchen market or find out about the prices of a neighborhood grocery store, you will likely get the obvious answer: The prices of a number of basic items are on the rise. Daily market price data compiled by the state-owned Trading Corporation of Bangladesh (TCB) …

Read More »

Sunak plans to extend the Covid loan program

Rishi Sunak is developing plans to extend its Covid business loan program amid fears the UK’s economic recovery could be hampered by labor shortages and rising cost pressures. The Treasury Department is believed to be considering extending the Recovery Loan Scheme (RLS), due to be completed by December 31, which …

Read More »

Mortgage Forbearance ends for over 1.2 million loans

A housing advice center can offer free foreclosure prevention services. getty A new analysis by real estate analysis provider CoreLogic shows that at the end of September almost three out of four loans (1.2 million loans) on deferral had reached the 18-month limit. Forbearance is when a mortgage servicer or …

Read More »

Strengthening of the law on the right to vote

Congress passed the Voting Rights Act (VRA) in 1965 to protect against racial discrimination in voting. The VRA was subsequently amended to also protect against discrimination against linguistic minorities. This momentous piece of legislation delivers on the promise of the 14th and 15th Amendments that every citizen has the right …

Read More »

Pandemic continues to weaken demand for dollar loans

MANILA, Philippines – The total amount of dollar loans granted by local banks continued to decline in the second quarter of 2021, from both the same period in 2020 and the three months before, as the pandemic weakened borrowers’ demand for working capital. According to the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas …

Read More »

Understanding the chaos in commodity markets

October 2, 2021 TIT WORLD slot car racing championships are a microcosm of chaos. Tiny models of remote control cars ascend, descend and exit a complicated circuit faster than bewildered spectators can follow. It is impossible to predict the winners. This year’s race, which was scheduled to take place in …

Read More »

Tim Scott lies about failed police reform

Tim Scott. Illustrated | Getty Images, iStock While no party is solely responsible for this Congress’ failure to pass a bill to reform the police in the United States, at least one senator should be called in for not telling the truth about his role in the collapse of legislation. …

Read More »

Still on the VAT debate | The cable

The Rivers State Government’s decision on who should take the Value Added Tax (VAT) has once again exploited and exacerbated our fault lines in the country. Normally this should be a good decision whereby we have to test some of our laws in the courts. As the Rivers State government …

Read More »

Inside Housing – News – Johnson cuts ‘particularly difficult’ for LFB but not to blame for Lakanal fire response failures, survey finds

Budget cuts imposed by Boris Johnson during his tenure as mayor of London have been “particularly difficult” for London firefighters, but have not affected his response to recommendations arising from the Lakanal House inquiry, a learned of the Grenfell Tower investigation today. Gary Reason testifying at the Grenfell Inquiry today …

Read More »

DigiMax Global to Launch CommodityHawk – AI-Based Commodity Price Trend Forecasting Tool for Institutional Investors

TORONTO – DigiMax Global Inc. (the ‘Company’ or ‘DigiMax ‘) (CSE: DIGI) (OTC: DBKSF), a company that provides artificial intelligence (“AI”) and cryptocurrency technology solutions, is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with Delphi AI Systems Inc (“AI”) to use their previously developed and currently enhanced …

Read More »

MPs urge government to set leveling agenda

One of the platforms of the new Elizabeth Line at Woolwich station in east London The deputies urged the government to define the “upgrading” program so that its effectiveness can be assessed. A Commons Transport Select Committee report said the government “assumes” that infrastructure investments can reduce regional inequalities in …

Read More »

Time for the settlement of the positive sum

It is recalled that on August 9, 2021, the Federal High Court sitting in Rivers State rendered a verdict on the legality of the collection of value added tax (VAT) in Nigeria, the declaration triggered not only legal arguments, but also raised economic and social concerns. The said ruling clearly …

Read More »