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Comprehensive Consulting Services, a financial and retirement planning consulting company announces the relaunch of its financial planning workbook "Taking Control of Your Money " in e-book format to celebrate Financial Literacy Month.
April is recognized not only in the United States as
"Financial Literacy Month"
"Financial Literacy Youth Month"
thanks to the tireless efforts of Keshelle Kerr of Creative Wealth
Bahamas and her passion for empowering the next generation of Bahamian
An Exuma lawyer has been accused of withholding more than $20,000 from her client after selling his property in 2008.
Roshar Brown, formerly of RG Brown and Co in Hooper's Bay, Exuma, has until Monday to respond to a Supreme Court writ of summons in which she is accused of failing to pay her client Laven Delwood Hall after taking money for his property.
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
High-end, low-density five-star boutique resort operations are "where the money is" for Bahamian workers and businesses in the Family Islands, not all-inclusive or mega resorts, the Hotel Corporation's chairman telling Tribune Business: "You're going to see a lot of project and airlift announcements come on stream in the New Year."
Explaining the Government's new-found philosophy for Family Island tourism and resort development, attorney Michael Scott outlined the "delicate balance it is trying to strike" in terms of the Government land made available to such projects in the first phase, as well as ensuring they rem ...
NEW YORK, NY - They are collectively
responsible for managing billions in assets daily and on June 9, 2011, a
trio of U.S.-based investors and money managers will share their
expertise and discuss opportunities they'll consider for investment, at
the inaugural Invest
Caribbean 2011 Power Breakfast.
The Investing in Paradise event, presented by digital media company,
Hard Beat Communications and the Caribbean Tourism Organization in Caribbean Week, is set for set for
from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. at the New York Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City...
EDITOR, The Tribune.
The rain came last evening and driving out to Lynden Pindling International on West Bay, I wonder why after spending $2.5 million on resurfacing for those few Ms. Universe Beauties, the contractor and Public Works did not consider that we do get tropical rains?
Imagine if we had a full-fledged hurricane?
Pounding across many parts of the road from one side to the other - water as deep as 4-6 inches is common but we spent $2.5 million.
Surely we should learn that if we spend scarce public money, we had better spend it well. The contestants for Ms Universe probably drove over West Bay to downtown might be three times during the contest.
We have to spend probably as muc ...
By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
PRIME Minister Hubert Ingraham voiced his frustration with the ingratitude of a few CLICO employees who complained of not getting all of the monies they were owed when the insurance agency went into liquidation.
In a passionate address to FNM supporters at their pre-Christmas breakfast in Grand Bahama over the weekend, Mr Ingraham reminded the public and those former CLICO employees the government of the Bahamas was under "no obligation" to pay any of them any money at all.
"I picked up the newspaper this morning and I saw on the front page where a Ms Outten is complaining that she was an employee or agen ...
The Free National Movement has branded Prime Minister Perry Christie's decision to hold a cabinet meeting today in North Abaco as a "utter waste of time and money".
By STAFF WRITER
Guardian News Desk
A court yesterday seized almost$30,000 that an American man tried to take back home without declaring the money to U.S. Customs.
Police arrested Michael McWilliams, 35, at the Lynden Pindling International Airport on September 19 after they found him with US$29,878.
McWilliams failed to declare the sum on a U.S. Customs form and claimed that he had less than$10,000 on him.
McWilliams pleaded guilty to making a false declaration and failing to declare when he made his first appearance before Magistrate Ancella Evans-Williams on Monday. McWilliams said he won the cash while gambling in the casino.
On Tuesday, Magistrate Evans-Williams fined McWilliams$2,500 and c ...
THE Bahamas is doing "very well" in terms of anti-money laundering compliance, Compliance Commission Inspector Stephen Thompson said yesterday, arguing that this nation has a sound financial regulatory system.
"In terms of the regulatory structure in the Bahamas, I believe the regulators are on top of the financial institutions which fall within remit, and I believe that we have a sound financial services regulatory system.