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Economists weigh the net effects of federal tax cuts vs Guam's tax hikes 

Starting Oct. 1, you will fork out an extra 76 cents for a 50-lb. bag of jasmine rice regularly priced at $37.99. You will...

April 3, 2018

  It was quite amusing if not woeful to watch. Gov. Eddie Calvo tried all sorts of scare contrivances to convince the skeptical senators that the sky was falling.

  First, the Guam Memorial Hospital’s...

April 3, 2018

   Taxes. Nobody likes figuring them out and no one likes paying them. Yet, lucky us, we have some new ones to discuss! So I’d like to start off by acknowledging how boring the conversation about taxe...

   Saying “the crisis isn’t over,” Gov. Eddie B. Calvo said will meet with senators to discuss reorganization to create a streamlined and more efficient government. “That’s not going to be an easy tas...

March 17, 2018

Twin bills seek to raise sin tax, property improvement tax

  As Guam consumers and taxpayers brace for the 2 percent sales tax and business privilege tax increase under newly signed laws, a pair of new...

By 8-7 vote, Legislature passes temporary business privilege tax increase and first-ever Guam sales tax and gives Governor Calvo more power to consolidate or cut government agencies to respond to $67...

 

The government will suspend bussing service to private schools. Fifty percent of streetlights will be disconnected. Recreational facilities will be shut down.

   These are among the new areas of serv...

March 4, 2018

Rodriguez proposes elimination of funding for governor's office, legislature

Fire and police stations are closed today after Gov. Eddie B. Calvo and the senators hit a deadlock on the governor’s propos...

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