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Ways to utilise a tax loss in the farm business

Where a farm business is trading as a sole trader or partnership and makes a trading loss, there are many options available to optimize the benefit from the loss. The trading loss, after claiming capital allowances, may be set off against any other taxable income which the sole trader or partner has in the same year as the loss was incurred. This sideways transfer of the loss will result in a reduction in tax payable on the other income or…

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Warmington likely new Leader of Gov’t Business in the House

With an announcement of the resignation of Leader of the House of Representatives, Derrick Smith, likely this week, much attention will obviously be focused on his likely successor, Everald Warmington (Member St Catherine South West). Warmington has been preparing himself for the job over the past few months, acting in the absence of Smith who has spent several weeks of his current term of office being treated in the United States for his illness. One thing that is certain about…

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Business incubator moving forward – Valley Morning Star : Local News

WESLACO — Construction on the long-awaited Center for Innovation and Commercialization aimed at helping startup businesses in the Mid-Valley is moving forward after being postponed for half a year.  The center, which will act as a business incubator, is being created as a partnership between University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, the city of Weslaco and its Economic Development Corporation, which signed a memorandum of understanding in January 2017. The UT Board of Regents approved the project early last year,…

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Saudi-Japan Business Forum begins in Riyadh

RIYADH: The Japanese Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Hiroshige Seko will lead a trade delegation of 60 Japanese companies at the Saudi Arabia-Japan Business Forum on Sunday in Riyadh under the co-chairmanship of Saudi Commerce and Investment Minister Majid Al-Qasabi. The forum has been organized by the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA) to discuss investment partnerships under the banner of “Saudi-Japanese Vision 2030.” Ahmed Almusained, PR and media manager of SAGIA, told Arab News that the SAGIA will…

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The Promise of a Marina and a Brighter Future – NOW Grenada

by Sandra C A Ferguson It would seem that the caretaker for St Patrick’s East is seeking to ‘rev up’ support as St Patrick’s residents on the West side survey the disappearance of their beaches and threat to their property, believed to be the negative impacts of the breakwater(?) project that, obviously, was properly planned and executed. It really does not look good for her political compatriot who has asked his political leader for another chance to represent the constituency,…

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Man shot in South Land Park store Saturday morning, police say

A man was sent to the hospital with serious injuries following a shooting inside a South Land Park business Saturday morning, said Officer Linda Matthew, a department spokeswoman. Police were notified of the shooting just before 11 a.m. after someone called 911, Matthew said. The shooting took place at Upgrade Cuts & Styles at 1195 Florin Road, No. 5, near South Land Park Drive. “He was shot by another male that had come into the business,” she said. “He was…

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NORTHUMBERLAND BUSINESS AWARDS: Employers urged to nominate staff

One of the sponsors of the Northumberland Business Awards is urging employers to come forward and nominate their staff. Northumberland College has supported the awards for several years and is once again sponsoring the Apprentice/Trainee of the Year Award. A spokeswoman said: “The Apprentice/Trainee Award recognises those that have shown dedication to the apprenticeship scheme through their mentorship, so we encourage employers to enter the awards and celebrate their staff’s commitment.” The college works with around 1,000 businesses across the…

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ETS to offer business class seats soon

KUALA LUMPUR: Come September, commuters on the Electric Train Service (ETS) will have an option of the business class seat, which offers a more comfortable and spacious seating. Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) chief executive officer Mohd Rani Hisham Samsudin said the first of nine coaches are expected to arrive in September, with the remainder to be received in stages within a period of six months. “The first one will arrive in September, so we will run the service with…

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Start Up Business Owners Get ezCheckprinting Check Writing Software At $0 for New Year Deal

In 2018, start up business owners get peace of mind when utilizing latest ezCheckprinting check writing software at $0 cost. Get the details at RALEIGH, N.C. (PRWEB) January 13, 2018 ezCheckPrinting business check writer from helps small businesses print professional checks easily and inexpensively, in house. As a new year deal, launched a no cost promotion for new customers. Small businesses that want to save time and money can now get the latest version of the software…

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A beautiful friendship with our readers

A disappointed reader wrote: “Have been a subscriber and reader of Crain’s Detroit Business for over 30 years. Always enjoy the news and the ‘behind the scenes’ columns. There is news in Crain’s that can’t be found in other publications. Recently though, maybe with a change in leadership, the publication has taken a new route and there seems to be an overabundance of news with a strong political vein and I find that troublesome! Articles such as … ‘Local biz worries …,’…

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sebi: Jolted by Sebi move, auditors act to get the house in order

MUMBAI: The market regulator’s order banning Price Waterhouse from auditing listed companies has forced other multidisciplinary professional services firms to look at further tightening audit processes, parse carefully through current client rosters to pinpoint potentially risky clients and in some cases even begin re-evaluating the risk-reward equation of the audit business. What has set off the bout of introspection is the tough order from the Securities and Exchange Board of India, nine years after the Satyam Computer scam unfolded. In…

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The Planner: Upcoming Symposiums and seminars for you, your business and your career

Symposiums and seminars featuring strong agendas and important topics will engage people, including those wanting to learn more about mental health and how to connect clients to the community; business people seeking to protect their intellectual property; NAIOP’s annual economic outlook; and health professionals looking to make greater connections with their skills and their resources, at the upcoming ICABA Global Heath Summit 2018 on Jan. 26. Want more? Visit to submit and view your business events. This week Jan.…

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Westco named the first business/employer of the month in 2018 – News – Neosho Daily News – Neosho, MO

Westco Home Furnishings of Neosho was honored as the Business/Employer of the Month in 2018 on Wednesday. Lee Ann Murphy Westco Home Furnishings of Neosho was honored as the Business/Employer of the Month in 2018 on Wednesday. “This is our first recognition for business/industry of the month in 2018,” Ashley Siler, Director of Events and Communication with the Neosho Area Chamber of Commerce, told those gathered for the event. “We are honor to honor Westco for that award. I know…

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Ecolectro Receives National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research Award of $225,000 To Develop Next Generation Alkaline Exchange Polymers

Ecolectro, Inc. receives a National Science Foundation award of $225,000 to develop next generation alkaline exchange polymers for hydrogen electrolyzers, fuel cells and other electrochemical technologies. ITHACA, N.Y. (PRWEB) January 12, 2018 Founded in June 2015, Ecolectro, Inc. has a mission to make renewable energy technologies competitive with fossil-fuel based alternatives. Ecolectro, develops and manufactures alkaline exchange polymers which are components of various clean energy technologies. These polymers make the production of clean energy more efficient and less expensive than…

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Criminal mischief case prompts hazmat response in Orange County

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — Investigators believe a disgruntled employee sprayed cooking spray inside an Orange County business, prompting a hazmat response. Employees of the medical based business on Commodity Circle, off South John Young Parkway, arrived to work on Friday to find an unknown substance all over the inside of building. Investigators determined that the substance was cooking spray. Investigators said they believe a disgruntled employee is responsible. Check back for updates on this developing story. Source link

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