The government’s draft value-added tax (VAT) legislation needs “substantial” changes, New Zealand VAT expert Don Brash said yesterday.
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Experts will gather at Atlantis Resort in Nassau May 12 – 14, 2014 to provide state of the art updates and pragmatic working advice.
Morgans Hotel Group terminated its (Mondrian) hotel management agreement with Baha Mar and wants a temporary restraining order to halt an alleged “retaliatory” attempt by the resort to grab $10 million that it claims Baha Mar was not entitled to.
The region’s hotel occupancy fell by 0.4 percent in March compared to the same month in 2013, following a similar year-over-year decline in February.
The Chamber of Commerce is calling another meeting of the Exuma Advisory Council for next month, this time at Sandals Emerald Bay, which represents an important “second act” to its inaugural gathering late last year.
Winning a new Kia came as a big surprise to Gabriella Evans even though she had good odds – a one in five chance – as a finalist in BTCs recent “Text 2 Win” mobile phone contest. But win she did!
The Lyford Cay Foundation has elected a new chairman, Basil P Goulandris, who will be filling the position left vacant with the death of long-time chairman Manuel J Cutillas.
Believing that “service is our best teacher,” Ms Chervita Campbell has put her name forward as a candidate for Marco City to Freeport’s local government.
It’s a “frightening” statistic and one that financial experts at Colonial Pension Services (Bahamas) are hoping will not only lead to the enactment of pension legislation, but lure Bahamians to their upcoming seminar featuring personal finance guru, Suze Orman.