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Some Democrats are concerned that the recent influx of Section 30 funds was not discussed with them as soon as possible. Majority Leader Sen. Rory Respicio, D-Agana Heights, said the administration knew about the $15.45 million extra in Section 30
Republican senators have introduced several bills to appropriate an extra $15.45 million of Section 30 money to pay for tax refunds, education and public safety. That's money on top of the $65 million lawmakers anticipated the local government would
After several earlier versions of the budget, Guam's lawmakers yesterday voted again, this time unanimously, on what could be the government's spending law for fiscal 2014...The governor's communications director, Troy Torres, said the budget "
There's a new version of the budget bill that's supposed to determine government spending in fiscal 2014, which starts Oct. 1. Yesterday, Democratic senators introduced an $804.7 million budget bill that appropriates $120 million for tax refunds.
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Putting the polls and public opinion on the back burner, we've taken a look in recent weeks at the technological implementation aspects of this bill and how it will challenge cloud-computing developers, as well as the education aspects of informing
Bill 177 is the latest version of the fiscal 2014 budget bill...A new budget bill that Democratic senators say addresses Republican concerns was introduced yesterday and discussed late into the night. Senators passed the bill shortly after 10 p.m.
After setting up a committee under N Rangachary last year to look at taxation issues regarding the sector, the government has issued several notifications in the last eight months. However, according to experts, the government has been successful in
Dionne Cooper, 43, of Hazel Crest, is accused of submitting about 100 fraudulent tax refund requests and splitting the proceeds with an unnamed co-conspirator. Prosecutors said Cooper, who worked in the assessor's office for 16 years, pocketed a "
Taxpayers who filed error-free income tax returns by March 28 can check their mailboxes today for their tax refunds. The Department of Administration mailed 2,500 checks before noon yesterday at the U.S. Postal Service's main facility in Barrigada,