Franchise taxes and filing fees with the corresponding reports are due to the Division of Corporations and Trademarks as a statutory requirement for entities to remain in “Good Standing” to conduct business in the territory.
Now that a new hurricane season is upon us, it’s important to be adequately prepared to face an emergency situation. If you have not done so already, it’s time to create that plan to protect your home, your family and your business.
Led by Assistant Commissioner Alani Henneman, the USVI proudly served as a lead sponsor, captivating the attention of travel buyers and media representatives from over 60 countries through its vibrant exhibition space.
Three Atlantic bottlenose dolphins that inspired and thrilled guests at The Dolphin Habitat at The Mirage Las Vegas have joined the family of dolphins at Coral World Ocean Park’s Sea Sanctuary at Water Bay on St. Thomas.
The approval of Enterprise Zone Tax Benefits will unlock key opportunities for job creation. There will be investments of more than $400,000 to revitalize in the Savanne-Downstreet enterprise zone and usher in the beginnings of the first Tech Yard in the territory.
VIEDA joined USVI Gov. Albert Bryan Jr., Lt. Gov. Tregenza Roach Esq., and representatives from the University of the Virgin Islands Research and Technology Park (RTPark) to promote the USVI as a key business destination to international and domestic investors.
The Enterprise Zone Commission (EZC), an entity of the Virgin Islands Economic Development Authority (VIEDA), invites USVI small manufacturing businesses to apply for STEP. The application deadline for STEP is Sunday, May 7.
With this donation, My Brother's Workshop will be able to expand its main program offerings to local youth, including mentorship, education, mental health counseling, job training and placement, amongst other services.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. is out of the territory this week to attend the SelectUSA Investment Summit at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Md., before participating at the Boston Business Summit.
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