Tax collection in Cambodia has increased in the first four months of this year, reflecting the resumption of economic activities since the government fully reopened the country last November. The General Directorate of Taxation (GDT) of the Ministry of Economy and Finance collected $1,501 million in tax revenue during theRead More →

Parksville Council gave three readings of the city’s five-year financial plan bylaw at its May 2 regular meeting. The plan defines the financial requirements for municipal services to carry out operations and projects for the next half-decade. Without council approval, many municipal expenditures would be delayed or halted due toRead More →

A financial plan for fiscal year 2022-23 that values ​​the remaining construction of the Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority’s Lake Ute water project at nearly $750 million was approved by the board of directors on Thursday. authority of public services. After a workshop in March, council chairman Mike Morris,Read More →

Kelowna well positioned for growth and stability Kelowna City Council approved the final 2022 financial plan on Monday, April 25. An overall tax demand increase of 3.94% has been set. A 3.94% increase translates to an additional $86.47 per year, or $7.20 per month, for the municipal portion on anRead More →

Celtic have two separate financial plans in place to determine whether or not they qualify for next season’s Champions League, according to football finance expert Dr Dan Plumley. The Lowdown: Celtic close in on title The Hoops are having a memorable season so far, with Ange Postecoglou proving to beRead More →

Financial planning software developer RightCapital has released its Snapshot feature, which gives advisors a customizable and highly visual one-page financial plan that can be used as a client landing page or printable PDF, according to the company. The new feature, previewed by WealthManagement.com, is available to the thousands of advisorsRead More →

The City of Saskatoon released its 2021 year-end preliminary financial statements showing a deficit of $6.54 million in municipal operating programs and a surplus of $12.25 million in utility programs, before confirmation of the year-end audit. While the past year has brought continued change and uncertainty, the City has remainedRead More →

The financial plan includes increased funding for transportation and street improvements. Iowa City residents will see future transit improvements and street repairs with funding as part of Iowa City’s fiscal year 2023 fiscal plan, in an effort to make public transit more environmentally friendly of the environment. The Iowa CityRead More →

YORK COUNTY, SC (QUEEN CITY NEWS) – Plans are being drawn up to restart construction in York County. York County and Rock Hill leaders hope a new financial plan will make the Carolina Panthers headquarters and training facilities a reality. Construction stopped in March 2022 due to lack of funding.Read More →

YORK COUNTY, SC (QUEEN CITY NEWS) – Plans are being drawn up to restart construction in York County. York County and Rock Hill leaders hope a new financial plan will make the Carolina Panthers headquarters and training facilities a reality. Construction stopped in March 2022 due to lack of funding.Read More →

The Central Okanagan Regional District Council (RDCO) has approved its 2022-2026 financial plan. The 2022 budget totals just over $59 million. This is an increase of 2.5% compared to 2021. “This year’s budget prioritizes the continued support needed for those recovering from the devastating White Rock Lake fire last summerRead More →

The Regional District of Central Okanagan (RDCO) Board of Directors has approved the 2022-2026 financial plan. DRCO budget The 2022 operating budget for the RDCO totals just over $59 million, up 2.5% from 2021. Regional Council Chairman Loyal Wooldridge said: “This year’s budget prioritizes the continued support needed for thoseRead More →

Courtenay Council has approved a draft 2022-2026 financial plan that outlines projected tax rates and projected revenues and expenses for capital and operating programs over the next five years. Mayor Bob Wells said the plan represents a return to pre-COVID service levels as well as increased costs for police, ordinanceRead More →

Source: Riska/Getty Sponsored by Amazon The cost of living is high for everyone right now, but that’s especially true for those who live alone. Rent.com reports that the cost of a one-bedroom apartment is currently on the rise in 97.8% of states nationwide. The average monthly rent for a one-bedroomRead More →

MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Kohl’s Corporation (NYSE: KSS) (“Kohl’s” or the “Company”) will host a virtual Investor Day today during which it will provide an update on the Company’s strategy to drive growth and become the retailer of choice for the active and casual lifestyle. Kohl’s will also announce an updatedRead More →

Cranbrook Town Hall (Ryley McCormack, MyEastKootenayNow.com staff) Cranbrook City Council on Monday evening approved its five-year financial plan, which includes a 1.75% increase in general tax and a 1% increase in dedicated road tax. City officials said BC assessment notices showed property values ​​had risen from $327,000 for the averageRead More →

It’s hard to resist these advertisements for online self-service investment companies. They’re very tempting — who doesn’t love the idea of ​​low-cost, high-return investments that allow you to retire early? But creating wealth is not limited to profitable investments. “Investments are only part of the story. One of the biggestRead More →

It’s hard to resist these advertisements for online self-service investment companies. They’re very tempting — who doesn’t love the idea of ​​low-cost, high-return investments that allow you to retire early? But creating wealth is not limited to profitable investments. “Investments are only part of the story. One of the biggestRead More →

New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli today released the following statement on the MTA’s February Financial Plan: “The MTA’s February financial plan underscores the seriousness of the situation the authority — and the state and city — face in dealing with upcoming fiscal challenges. The plan recognizes that eachRead More →

Advertising. Finance Minister Caroline Wawzonek said the Northwest Territories’ latest budget was “not flashy” but instead emphasizes “consistency and patience” with a sustainable approach to expenses. The Government of the Northwest Territories released its proposed budget for 2022-2023 on Tuesday afternoon, pledging not to cut any programming or add newRead More →