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  1. Barbados Revenue Authority planning an aggressive recovery of overdue fees

    April in Barbados like many places in the world is the time to settle outstanding taxes, and the new Umbrella group – the Barbados Revenue Authority – plan to seriously flag and recoup from defaulters. Both acting Commissioner Wayne Forde and Manager of Communications and PR, Mrs Carolyn Williams Gayle, were on hand to directly […]

    April 9, 2018Breaking News, Business, FeaturedNo comments
  2. New Telephone System for BRA Treasury Location

    The Barbados Revenue Authority is in the process of transitioning to a new telephone system at its Treasury Building location. The new PBX number is 535-8200. Carolyn Williams-Gayle, manager communications and PR explained that this is part of the Authority’s continued efforts focused on enhancing service delivery. “We have been listening to our customers’ concerns […]

    February 19, 2018Featured, Technology1 comment
  3. Tax Amnesty Drawing to a Close

    Bajan taxpayers have less than a week to participate in the Revenue Authority’s Amnesty programme which draws to a close on November 30, 2017. The amnesty was announced in May during the Minister of Finance’s Budgetary Proposal as an additional period for taxpayers to benefit from the waiver of penalties and interest on taxes owed […]

    November 23, 2017Breaking News, Business, FeaturedNo comments
  4. RENEWAL OF FIREARM LICENSES: PAST DUE!

    David Welch – Insp. Public Relations Officer

    July 12, 2014Crime, Photo GalleryNo comments
  5. New Fleet again? Dash 8’s sold – This as LIAT’s CEO acknowledges positive attributes of employees

    In his monthly “Letter from the CEO“, new head of LIAT David Evans noted how he was “struck by the huge wealth of experience that exists throughout our organisation.” Reporting on a joint venture to develop highly skilled jobs in Antigua, he said that the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with Antigua State College […]

    May 26, 2014TravelNo comments
  6. Two million vehicles without insurance on D.R. roads: How many in Barbados?

    When driving in the Dominican Republic you may practically be on your own. Despite insurance being obligatory, the Dominican Chamber of Insurance Companies (Cadoar) says only 34% of vehicles in circulation are insured. Of 3,215,773 units registered with the Tax Department, only 1,109,400 are insured, says Cadoar. As a result, according to Caodar, public hospitals […]

    May 15, 2014BusinessNo comments
  7. “The United States – Caribbean’s friend or unintentional foe?” By Sir Ronald Sanders

    Should the Bahamas agree to do so, the country would lose the larger part of US$700 million that it earns from duties on imports, the vast majority of which comes from the US for obvious reasons of proximity. In effect, agreement to what amounts to a preposterous request from the US would create such a […]

    April 20, 2014Editorial, PoliticalNo comments