Revenue reveals €277 million in settlements for tax defaulters

first_imgUpdated, 16:16THE REVENUE COMMISSIONERS has published details of €27.7 million paid in taxes, interest and penalties by 135 tax defaulters.The details related to settlements made in the final quarter of 2012, where the settlement falls over a minimum threshold.The highest payment was made by Michael Healy, a plant hire contractor in Aughrim, Co Wicklow, whose settlement amounted to €2.026 million – based on an original tax bill of €694,317.Triona Harrington, a bookmaker and property owner from Castlecomer in Co Kilkenny, reached a settlement of €1.371 million based on an original tax bill of €801,602.A Waterford butcher, Thomas Kearney, paid €1.184 million entirely in penalties.Among those who feature on the list is Ballsbridge-based business consultant Des Richardson, a former Fianna Fáil fundraiser, who reached a settlement for €108,906 based on an original tax liability of €38,251.A total of 69 settlements worth over €100,000 were reached.A separate list outlining people who faced criminal conviction for tax offences include one person, Drimnagh company director James Thompson, who was jailed for 14 months after being convicted on seven counts for failure to remit VAT.last_img read more

Ancient Greek town in Turkey being sold

first_imgA 2,500-year-old ancient Greek town outside the historical city of Halicarnassus now known as Bodrum, is being sold for 35 million lira (AUD $11 million).Bargylia, the site that had oftentimes been praised by Hellenistic period geographer Strabo for its noteworthy Temple of Artemis, is nothing more that a block of land for its Turkish owners.The city has been looted by treasure hunters multiple times with its acropolis, odeon, church and cemetery left in ruins.According to Turkish newspaper Hürriyet 87-year-old Hüseyin Üçpınar who is one of the land’s owners said that the site can no longer be protected from looters as the adjacent lands are open and being used as olive groves.Mr Üçpınar noted that he was hoping for the country’s Culture and Tourism Ministry to either nationalise the entire 300-hectare area or to take responsibility for the city before it is completely destroyed.No official archaeological excavation or research has been conducted at the site reports. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Albiol insists Napoli have to score against Liverpool

first_imgNapoli defender Raul Albiol insists the team have to score if they’re to qualify for the second round of this season’s UEFA Champions League.The Partenopei can qualify for the next round, with a draw enough to take them through but Albiol insists the team must be compact and must score to achieve that aim.“We know that tomorrow will be a tough game, hard to play,” Albiol admitted in the pre-match Press conference, as quoted by Football Italia.“We have to be quick, because they’ll be aggressive from the start. We need to be attentive in every minute of the game and stay calm.”“Knowing how to defend deep is important, we need to be compact because we know they’re a strong team in the spaces, with quick forwards.”Sergio Ramos, Champions League, Real MadridSergio Ramos would love a fifth Champions League trophy Manuel R. Medina – September 10, 2019 According to Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos, winning a fifth European trophy with his club would be crazy, but he wants to do it before retiring.“The most important thing is our mentality, we have to be able to score.”“We’ve worked hard to get to this game, we need to do everything we can to win it and go to the next round.”last_img read more

Man caught stealing package off porch in North Miami

first_imgNORTH MIAMI, FLA. (WSVN) – A thief was caught on camera snatching a package off the front porch of a North Miami home.Surveillance video shows an SUV pulling up to the house on Northeast 139th Street and 17th Avenue, Wednesday.A man jumped out of the car and stole the package from the front porch while a boy in the passenger seat appeared to serve as a lookout.If you have any information on this theft, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

SP leader Santosh Punem kidnapped murdered by Maoists in Chhattisgarh

first_imgSP leader Santosh PunemFacebook/Santosh PunemA Samajwadi Party (SP) leader was kidnapped and killed by Maoists in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur district. The incident happened on Tuesday (June 18) evening. “Santosh Punem a resident of Marimalla who also worked as a contractor was abducted from his construction site in Marimalla village on Tuesday late evening,” Suderaj P, DIG (anti-Naxal operations), was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times. “The incident spot is about 15km away from the police station, deep in the jungles and we have sent a police party. We will be able to share remaining details once police party returns,” the DIG said.After Punem was kidnapped, his family pleaded with the Maoists to return him but in vain. Reports state that Punem, who also works as a contractor, was under the Maoists’ radar for quite a while before his kidnapping and subsequent death. Punem had contested for the assembly elections in Chhattisgarh last year and lost. He had again contested in the recent Lok Sabha elections. He was the vice-president of SP in Chhattisgarh’s Bastar.last_img read more

Hindi has bright future in Bangladesh Shringla

first_imgIndian High Commissioner in Dhaka Harsh Vardhan Shringla and Dhaka University vice-chancellor professro Md Akhtaruzzaman attend a programme at the Institute of Modern Languages marking World Hindi Day on 10 January. Photo: UNBHindi language has a bright future in Bangladesh as many people of this country regularly watch Hindi serials and movies on the television, said Indian High Commissioner in Dhaka Harsh Vardhan Shringla on Wednesday.“These people understand Hindi language although they can’t read or write,” he said while presiding over a programme at the Institute of Modern Languages (IML) of Dhaka University, reports UNB.Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre (IGCC) and the IML jointly organised the programme marking the World Hindi Day.Shringla said the Hindi department of IML has created a great opportunity for those who are interested to know about the Hindi language and culture.“The relation between the people of Bangladesh and India will be more strong and deep,” he said.DU vice-chancellor professor Md Akhtaruzzaman attended the event as the chief guest.IML director professor Shishir Bhattacharya also addressed the programme.last_img read more

September is National Back to Church Month

first_imgIn observance of National Back to Church Month, Israel Baptist Church is issuing an invitation to its Back on Track service, 9:45 a.m., Sept. 14 at 2000 N. Washington St. Israel’s pastor, the Rev. H. Walden Wilson II will bring the message and worship leadership will be conducted by the music, deaf, dance and mime ministries. The focus that Sunday will also be in offering thanks for traveling grace and new mercies during summer vacations or staycations.For more information call the church office at 410-732-3494 or visit them on the web at www.israelbaptist.orglast_img read more

Colins 2019 NBA Regular Season Awards

first_imgOut of all the regular season awards in pro sports, the NBA’s are arguably the most meaningless. It’s not uncommon for the MVP to get bounced out of the playoffs, or to see the Coach of the Year get run out of town weeks after taking home the hardware.In an effort to at least make things a little more interesting, Colin gave out his yearly awards today for the good, the bad, and the ugly, including Best Player (not LeBron), Least Improved Player, Most Overrated Player, Best Losers, Worst Losers, and Defensive Player of the Year, Please Don’t Come Back Player, Co-Executives of the Year.Check out the winners, and the losers.last_img read more

Whats That Song Apples iOS 8 May Be Able to Tell You

first_imgApril 17, 2014 Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Love that song that’s playing but don’t know what it’s called? Apple’s next iOS may be able to help you figure out.The iPhone maker is reportedly partnering with Shazam Entrainment., whose app helps users identify songs by listening through a phone’s microphone and matching it to a database.The new feature will be integrated directly into the software and won’t require users to download a separate app, according to a report published by Bloomberg. Users will be able to access the feature through Apple’s voice activated search feature Siri.Related: 6 Ways to Extend Your iPhone Battery Life After Updating to iOS 7.1The new Shazam-based music discovery feature could be debuted as early as June 2 when Apple unveils iOS 8 at its World Wide Developer Conference in Cupertino, Calif.Shazam can already take credit for millions of song downloads from the iTunes store thanks to a built-in link. And with upwards of 90 million regular users, Apple’s move could be aimed at reinvigorating its overall music offerings, especially as download sales have slowed and users have gravitated more towards internet streaming services like Spotify and Pandora.Related: Apple Engineer Provides Rare Glimpse Into iPhone Invention SecretsLast year Apple introduced iTunes Radio, an ad-supported Pandora competitor with plans to take it international in the near future. The company is also thinking about making iTunes Radio a standalone app instead of as a feature within the iTunes store as it is today.Apple has also reportedly internally built a subscription based service to compete with companies like Spotify and Beats Music but has kept from releasing it to avoid hurting download sales.Related: Want to Text and Walk and Still See Where You’re Going? Apple Has a Patent for That. Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global 2 min read Register Now »last_img read more

3 injured as taxi and bakkie collide in Lyell Street

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The dark side of Nicaragua

first_imgOn November 2016 I published a pieceat Semanario Universidad entitled “Nicaragua, at the border of dictatorship” and I remember that many friends, contacts and readers criticized us for “exaggerating.”In the text we talked about the disintegration of the opposing parties, about how the division of powers disappeared, and how the strongest entrepreneurs of the country had made themselves at home in familiar Ortega-Murillo surroundings. We talked about the suppression of civil rights, electoral trickery and international indifference, perhaps motivated by the romanticism of the 1979 revolution. We talked about how there was no democracy there.To the disgrace of Nicaragua, a year and a half later only the most daring of observers would say that it’s exaggerated to speak about that country as a dictatorship. More than 300 dead have been counted due to the brutal and cowardly repression directed by the government of Ortega ever since the ticking time bomb exploded in April. Curiously, university leaders and Catholic bishops were the catalysts of a “Revolution 2.0” that, in just a few days, united internal forces and attracted international attention.Venezuela is sunk in its own crisis, now without a revenue stream from China, so the government of Nicaragua has had to face this crisis alone. Inside, entrepreneurs have recognized that the time has come to change sides, and they’re now opponents – without risking a lot, but they’re finally opponents, and that counts.Here in Costa Rica, the administration of Carlos Alvarado has provided a pleasant surprise with its strong position on Nicaragua. It’s true that the president’s firmness is politically advantageous inside Costa Rica, but that doesn’t make it any less valuable, especially when it takes place in international forums where more pressure must be generated on Ortega’s regime.The effect on transportation and increased migration are clearly more direct effects on Costa Rica, but it goes further. Nicaragua is Costa Rica’s fourth commercial partner and its biggest in Central America, and it has been a primary destination for Costa Rican investments. It has been the wall that for various years has stopped the advance of the “maras” [gangs] toward the south. It’s also home to a brother population whose well-being is closely tied to our own.The problem is that for many years we fell into the trap of believing that Nicaragua was doing well, that its economy worked over a solid base, but the only thing that’s true is that underneath that apparent stability there was a void. We now understand this, since seemingly buoyant businesses and opportunities have collapsed.Costa Rica can receive some of the investment that, naturally, will look to get out of Nicaragua as soon as it can, but this will not settle the score. The crisis of our northern neighboring country is also a crisis for the entire region, which, until very recently, boasted of complying with stability of 30 years of the Esquipulas Agreements. We now know that we can’t turn back town, but that dictatorships do repeat themselves as far as they are allowed.Just as Somoza succumbed before a revolutionary force and the decided support from Costa Rica, Ortega and Murillo will fall; we hope, however, that that curtain falls on them as soon as possible. Facebook Comments Related posts:Costa Rica’s elections 2018: a primer Hurricane Otto: Two myths swept aside in a single night How Juan Diego Castro is turning Costa Rica upside down Nicaragua’s primal screamlast_img read more

Travel Counsellors named in Sunday Times International Track 200

first_imgTravel Counsellors named in Sunday Times International Track 200Travel Counsellors is celebrating after being named in The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 at the weekend. The independent travel company has been placed 174th in the list which ranks Britain’s mid-market private companies with the fastest-growing international sales. This is the third time the company has received this accolade, after also appearing on the list in 2011 and 2012.The company, which now has over 1400 Travel Counsellors running their own businesses from home across the UK and in its overseas operations in Ireland, the Netherlands, South Africa, Australia, the UAE and its most recent expansion into Belgium, has experienced a growth of 180% since it first overseas launch in 2005. The company’s global sales for the financial year end (31 October 2014) were $871m, of which 30% is now generated outside of the UK.Managing Director Steve Byrne comments; “We are thrilled to have been recognised in the list for a third time as it reflects our continued successful growth internationally alongside the commitment of all of our people. We believe and have proved that there is a need for sincere and trusted advisers that place customer care at the centre of their businesses, which is why our model has really been embraced by the international markets we have expanded into. Our travel counsellors and staff deserve the recognition and accolades for being fantastic at what they do.”The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 league table ranks companies’ international sales growth over the latest two years of available accounts, with minimum sales of $39m. This accolade follows Travel Counsellors being awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2014, the UK’s highest accolade for business success, in recognition of the company’s continued growth and overseas expansion.Byrne adds; “Our continued growth overseas shows we have a proven business model, providing our travel counsellors with the very best support, tools and technology to deliver the highest level of service to their customers. Our international presence also benefits our agents and their customers by building on our global buying power, local knowledge and enabling true 24/7 support. As a result we have almost 70% repeat business and a world-beating 96% customer satisfaction score*, meaning we can offer a secure, safe and extremely promising future to those looking to build a business with the company.”* Travel Counsellors uses the Net Promoter® Score system to measure customer satisfaction. Two weeks after booking all customers are sent a simple question ‘How likely is it that you would recommend your Travel Counsellor to your friends and colleagues?’ Customers can give us a score ranging from 1 to 10. Since Travel Counsellors started measuring our customers’ responses in 2007 it has consistently achieved a world beating score of over 90%, far higher than that achieved by other travel companies and putting it among just a handful of companies worldwide that are rated so highly by their customers. Source = Travel Counsellors – Worldwide click here to join Travel Counsellorslast_img read more

PreCrash Peak is Within Reach for Existing Sales

first_imgPre-Crash Peak is Within Reach for Existing Sales The residential housing market is falling short of its potential due to increasingly tight inventory not keeping up with demand, but is making strides, according to the First American Financial Corporation Potential Home Sales Model for September 2016.According to First American, potential existing-home sales increased to a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 5.8 million, which represented a 92.6 percent increase from the trough reached in December 2008 right after the housing crash.The potential existing-home sales rate of 5.8 million in September represented an increase of 6.5 percent compared to September 2015 (which calculates to approximately 352,000 in sales), but is still about 6 percent below its pre-recession peak of market potential, reached in July 2005 at the height of the housing bubble.The existing-home sales market is underperforming its potential by 6.5 percent, or approximately 375,000, according to First American.“Current  mortgage rates hovering near historic lows combined with increases in wages remain the key drivers to growth in the housing market, as they continue to soften the impact of rising prices and offer consumers increased leverage and buoyed home-buying power,” said Mark Fleming, chief economist at First American. “While this is contributing to greater consumer confidence in the housing market and providing a firm foundation for increased housing demand, tight inventory, particularly in the lower-priced segments, is keeping market activity from reaching its true potential.”Continued tight inventory in the market (which declined to a 4.6-month supply in August) has put upward pressure on prices, which have increased by an average of 5.7 percent in the previous 12 months. The unemployment rate rose by 10 basis points up to 5.0 percent in September due to the number of people trying to re-enter the workforce, Fleming said. Wage growth over the past 12 months has helped, however.“Incomes continue to trend upward with the Census Bureau reporting that average hourly earnings have increased 2.6 percent in the past year, coinciding with a boost in consumer confidence,” Fleming said.The National Association of Realtors’ existing-home sales report for September will be released on Thursday, October 20. Existing-Home Sales Housing Market 2016-10-18 Seth Welborn October 18, 2016 603 Views center_img in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, News Sharelast_img read more

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first_img“As of now, I’m preparing like I’m the starter, but that’s the job of any backup quarterback,” Skelton said.Watching film is one thing, but taking reps is a whole different monster, Skelton said. He could find out just how intimidating that monster could be on Sunday, should he be chosen to lead the struggling Cardinals. It sounds like Arizona Cardinals backup quarterback John Skelton is getting the start on Sunday.“Anytime you get NFL experience, it’s always valuable in the end,” Skelton said. “The four games I got last year, all they can do is prepare me for this year and it’s my first start of the year, but I have four already under my belt.”If you’re not careful, you could miss it. Skelton isn’t planning on getting some experience behind the scenes this year. He’s planning on starting. This weekend. As in Sunday. But he says it’s his job. Top Stories 0 Comments   Share   Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaycenter_img Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’last_img read more

Companies not paying austerity levy

first_imgOVER 160,000 registered companies in Cyprus have not paid a €350 annual levy imposed as part of austerity measures to prop up the economy, Company Registrar head Spyros Kokkinos has said.From 272,398 registered companies, only 115,790 paid the tax by the end of August, Kokkinos said. Over 60 per cent of companies had failed to pay the tax. If all companies had paid the levy this year before the end of July deadline, some €90.3 million would have gone into state coffers.The levy was introduced in 2011 along with a series of other measures to support the island’s economy. In its first year of introduction, a total of 94,591 companies paid the tax while some 115,790 paid in 2012.As of 2012, a penalty of €35 is incurred for a delay in paying up by up to two months, while a five-month delay draws a €140 penalty. A company may be stricken off the register if it delays paying beyond five months, and would need to pay €500 to get reinstated within two years of getting stricken off or else €750 beyond the two-year mark.Kokkinos said that launching procedures to get companies stricken off the record needed to be part of a “sensible” policy bearing in mind the debt crisis. He said that because some of these companies possibly owed money to government departments and individuals striking companies off the record was “far from helping the economy”.In addition, banks might oppose procedures if the companies have collateral with them, he said. “We do not have to rush things,” he said although he added they were obliged to uphold laws.From 2009 onwards, about 25,000 companies have applied to be taken off the register, Kokkinos said. Between March and May, following the island’s bailout, company registrations dropped by 50 per cent compared with the previous years, Kokkinos previously said.You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoSenior Living | Search AdsCheap Senior Apartments in Rowland Heights Are Turning HeadsSenior Living | Search AdsUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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John Kasich practices his presidential victory pose at the Ohio Republican Party celebration on Tuesday," he says. this project is not what the people want, “Let the State Government go back to the drawing board and address those environmental concerns that have been raised by the people. read more