Monthly Archives: September 2021

BSE leads the way in sustainability reporting

The Budapest Stock Exchange (BSE) aims to promote “green” finance by improving sustainability reporting and environmental, social and governance (ESG) data sharing of listed companies. “As the number of sustainable products increases on the stock exchange, we want to develop green markets,” stock market adviser Balázs Bozsik told the Budapest Business Journal. ESG wants to […]

FG to CSOs: comply with tax laws

The federal government has stated that civil society organizations (CSOs), including non-governmental organizations and cooperative societies, have a responsibility under tax laws to meet their tax obligations regardless of the situation. nature of their operations. The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) said this during a webinar it hosted with the Joint Tax Board (JTB) and […]

Every buyer warned about the law you might break when shopping on a weekly basis

Shoppers have received a warning about a little-known law they could break while at the supermarket. Most people would never dream of walking into a store and picking up a product without paying for it first. But that’s exactly what some supermarket shoppers do because they just can’t wait to get home to eat one […]

Upcoming CCC & TI Small Business Center Workshops | Local News

WATAUGA – The Small Business Center at Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute offers free workshops, one-on-one assistance, and many other services to help local small businesses. To reserve a place at one of the free workshops, visit www.cccti.edu/smallbusiness. Small business owners can also call (828) 726-3065 to arrange a free, confidential consultation with the […]

Disclosure of beneficial owners is now mandatory for companies, says CAC registrar

Garba Abubakar, registrar general of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), said the commission mandated companies to disclose their beneficial owners at the time of registration. He said it was to “strengthen transparency and support the anti-corruption initiative” of President Muhammadu Buhari administration. Abubakar revealed this during a press briefing on “The register of beneficial owners, […]

How Boris Johnson ‘fixed social care’ – and what could have been better fixed

The UK has announced a new health and social care tax that will increase national insurance contributions by 1.25% for employees and employers. Bernard H Casey is based on the experiences of Germany and Japan, where the contributions dedicated to the payment of care are increased. It also assesses whether a better approach is possible. […]

Cyber ​​Ninjas flout court order refuse to hand over public records to Senate

Cyber ​​Ninjas will not hand over all of the documents that Senate Speaker Karen Fann requested during the review she conducted of the 2020 elections in Maricopa County, despite a Arizona Court of Appeals Order that all these files be made public. Attorney Jack Wilenchik, who represents the Florida-based company that led the Fann-ordered election […]

Tim Cook faces surprising troubles among Apple employees

SAN FRANCISCO – Apple, known among its peers in Silicon Valley for a secretive corporate culture in which workers are supposed to work closely with management, is suddenly faced with a problem that would have been unthinkable a few years ago: employee unrest. Apple CEO Tim Cook on Friday answered workers’ questions at an all-staff […]

A Beginner’s Guide to Cryptocurrency Trading

A cryptocurrency exchange is a platform that allows users to exchange various currencies and cryptocurrency types. A crypto exchange has a similar interface to that of a bank or investment firm, but it differs in some notable ways. The exchange acts as a central platform that connects buyers and sellers of various cryptocurrencies. Its main […]