Topic: business

5 years ago

Tourism and Taxes: Addressing the Myths

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Tourism and Taxes: Addressing the Myths

While most Bahamians appreciate the essential role that tourism plays in our economy, lives and livelihoods; there is a need to further clarify the tax and revenue contributions to our economy. The goal is to dispel any myths about this industry. We all stand to pay a hefty price if rhetoric drives public taxation policies.

5 years ago

Business Consultant Urges Financial Culture Change

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Business Consultant Urges Financial Culture Change

Freelance Business Consultant, Bridgette Mackey, recently stated that there needs to be a change in the financial culture throughout The Bahamas and the offloading of some personal expenses as the government readies to implement Value Added Tax (VAT).

5 years ago

Businesses Treat Their Cars Better Than Their Computers

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Businesses Treat Their Cars Better Than Their Computers

Most people don’t wait until they are stranded by the roadside to consider taking their car in for a tune-up. Yet when it comes to Information Technology – the engine of any modern business – it seems common sense is far less common, according to a leading provider of hardware, software and IT services.

5 years ago

GBPA Vice Chairman at Grand Bahama Business Outlook

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GBPA Vice Chairman at Grand Bahama Business Outlook

Next year will mark 60 years of the birth of the City of Freeport; 60 years since the signing of the Hawksbill Creek Agreement; 60 years of development and the fulfillment of a dream; and 60 years of a partnership between The Government of The Bahamas and The Grand Bahama Port Authority.

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