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Trinidad & Tobago TAX AMNESTY 2021

 and provides for the following: • Tax Amnesty on ALL types of TAXES;Open to all taxpayers where taxes are due and payable or penalties and interest have accrued as a result of outstanding taxes; Applicable to all returns and tax balances for the income years up to December 31st, 2020 and for the period January 1st, 2021 to May 31st, 2021.  

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Moore Maritime Index Launched With the Latest Data

Moore Greece has announced that the Moore Maritime Index “MMI”, a database that contains operating costs and revenues from more than 1,500 vessels, has been updated and is available with the 2019 data.

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Moore North America Firms Rank Amongst The Best

The 2021 Accounting Today list of Top 100 Firms was recently released, and we are proud to announce that eight of our U.S.-based member firms have been recognised as top performers, making Moore North America the third most represented network or association.

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Moore Global Warns The World Is Not Ready To Meet Emission Targets

A new report released today, by Moore Global, one of the world’s leading accountancy and advisory networks, warns that despite a focus on the desirable net zero goal, many world leaders are glossing over the uncomfortable fact that the investment, technology upgrades and infrastructure required are not yet in place to make them a reality.

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It’s not how much you make; it’s how much you keep!

Join Moore Trinidad & Tobago’s Mr. Nigel Romano as he guides you along the path of sound financial planning. The goal of this series is to help you eliminate or dramatically reduce poverty through financial education.

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An invitation to a journey of sound financial planning

Join Moore Trinidad & Tobago’s Mr. Nigel Romano as he guides you along the path of sound financial planning. The goal of this series is to help you eliminate or dramatically reduce poverty through financial education.

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Latest Developments On Libor Discontinuation

The end of an era is fast approaching and after 2021 the FCA will no longer require from LIBOR panel banks to publish quotes for the various LIBOR tenors. After the events of 2012 where major international lending banks were fined after allegations that they have manipulated LIBOR, steps have been taken to re-form the LIBOR market and develop new alternative rates that will be based on actual overnight transactions and not the “expert judgement” of the LIBOR panel banks due to the declining amount of unsecured, wholesale borrowings by banks since the financial crisis.

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Covid-19 Crisis- Perfect Storm For Fraud

The Covid-19 crisis has gravely affected the world’s labour market and it is having a significant impact on many people globally. The debilitating effects of this crisis has crippled economies and the quality of life for individuals across the globe. Global markets are declining at unprecedented rates and may take much longer to recover.

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Welcome to Moore Intelligence

This is Welcome to Moore Intelligence, the new voice in global business. Incisive. Informative. Insightfula Moore Trinidad and Tobago test post

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EXTENSION OF THE COMPANIES REGISTRY AMNESTY

Important notice to Trinidad and Toabgo companies. The Companies Registry Amnesty covering all statutory filings have been extended to 31 March, 2021. Please contact us if you need assistance at info@moorett.com

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Webinar Recording: Setting Up A Structured Wellbeing Framework Post Coronavirus

The welfare of employees has arguably never been so important to businesses. As we emerge from lockdown, and businesses return to the workplace, having a wellbeing framework in place is crucial in moving forward.

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Uk Investment In Fintech Sector Increases Against Backdrop Of Uncertainty

According to research conducted by Moore Kingston Smith into UK private companies raising between £1 million and £20 million each of growth equity capital, 161 British businesses raised £779 million of growth capital in the second quarter of 2020. The Q2 figures for the overall growth capital market illustrated a 10% – 15% quarter-on-quarter decline in the number of deals completing and the amount of growth capital being raised. This is not surprising, given that the UK was in lockdown because of Coronavirus for most of this period.