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St. Croix business

V.I. Bureau of Internal Revenue to Change Web Site Address on June 24

Taxpayers who use the bureau’s old address (http://www.vibir.gov) shall be re-directed to the new one.

Women Striving for Success Conference, ‘Make Every Moment Count,’ Slated for July 21

Every year, participants walk away with scores of new business contacts, new business associates and new friends.

12-year-old CEO Inspires Young Entrepreneurs at EBI Closing Ceremony

It was a day of inspiration and celebration as 12-year-old CEO of ChubiiLine Fashions, Egypt Ufele, and her mother, Dr. Reba Renee Perry, spoke at the recent closing program for the Entrepreneur Business Institute.

Enterprise Business Institute Welcomes 12-year-old Entrepreneur to Be Its Closing Program Speaker

ICMC and UVI School of Business, once again celebrate the successes of their Enterprise Business Institute as they welcome youth entrepreneur Egypt Ufele on Sunday, July 9, at UVI.

Viya Changes FUSC Charges Effective July 1

Because of action taken by the FCC that affects carriers nationwide, Viya’s telephone, wireless and long-distance customers will notice a change in their bills.

FirstBank Waiving Fees with “Close to Home” Campaign

Emphasizing the convenience and accessibility of their branch and ATM network, FirstBank launched the “Close to Home” Campaign this week, offering no minimum balance and no service fees.

Viya Announces Changes to Its Channel Line-Up

Two of Viya's cable TV channels currently on its lineup are being discontinued within the next few weeks.

Division of Corporations and Trademarks Reminds Business Owners of Franchise Tax Deadline

Business entities that must comply with this requirement are corporations, LLP, LLLP and LLC.

VIDOA Accepting Farmland Tax Exemption Applications Through Oct. 1

The annual application period for Farmland Tax Exemption is from June 1 to Oct. 1. No applications shall be accepted after the October deadline.

Student Company, Island Glory Craft, Uses Plastic Bags to Make Recyclable Products

Students on St. Croix have been taking the opportunity to implement the “Plastic Bag Ban” by creating recyclable products as one of the main products for their student operated company.

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