GovGuam netted only $136K of $65M in collectible use tax dues

January 22, 2020

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 The government of Guam lost $65 million in uncollected use tax due to flawed and deficient  process, according to the Office of Public Accountability.

OPA cited deficiencies in its manual process...

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Senator Therese Terlaje has introduced a bill that would expand current reporting requirements for non-profit organizations that  receive funding through the government of Guam.


Bill 267-35 spe...

From left, Edward Untalan, secretary-treasurer, Catherine S. Castro, Chamber president, Christine Baleto, board chairwoman, Joe Arnett, immediate past chairman,Christopher Duenas, Special Executive Co...

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