Tax Administration in the control of catering facilities and passenger transport services

first_imgThe Tax Administration notes that in the fiscalization system they monitor and analyze data on fiscalized accounts on a daily basis and, based on the performed risk analysis, carry out supervisory activities. Supervisory activities will include taxpayers who perform the activity:  TOURIST INSPECTION TO DATE 651 SUPERVISION WITH 97 OFFENSES – I 56.30 – Djelatnosti pripreme i usluživanja pića i RELATED NEWS: center_img – S 96.02 – Frizerski saloni i saloni za uljepšavanje.  Authorized officials of the Ministry of Finance, Tax and Customs Administration in order to prevent the gray economy, protect the state budget and taxpayers who duly meet their tax obligations will carry out as part of regular supervisory activities in the period from 5. – 11.9.2019. years supervision of fiscalization in the entire territory of the Republic of Croatia, daily with a 24-hour presence in the field.  – H 49.39 – Ostali kopneni prijevoz putnika, d.n.,last_img read more

Third Indonesian dies from COVID-19 abroad

first_imgThe Singaporean Health Ministry reported last month the country’s first deaths from COVID-19, including an Indonesian national identified as Case 212.The patient, a 64-year-old Indonesian man, had been admitted in critical condition to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) intensive care unit on March 13, after arriving from Indonesia on the same day. He tested positive for COVID-19 the next day.The second COVID-19 death of an Indonesian abroad was announced Monday by the Indonesian Foreign Ministry.“A female Indonesian citizen has died in the UK,” ministry spokesperson Teuku Faizasyah said without going into detail on the case.As of Wednesday, at least 138 Indonesian citizens in 20 foreign territories have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Foreign Ministry.Topics : Malaysian health authorities have reported the death of an Indonesian national as a result of COVID-19 in Malaysia on Tuesday.According to the Malaysian Health Ministry, the deceased patient was a 40-year-old man identified as Case 1,275 in the country’s record of COVID-19 patients. It was also the 41st death in Malaysia.In a statement issued on Wednesday, the ministry said the patient had been undergoing treatment at Sarawak General Hospital since March 20 prior to his death on Tuesday. The Indonesian Consulate General in Kuching told The Jakarta Post on Wednesday that the patient was a professor at the University of Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS). “It’s not an imported case as he works here [in Kuching].”Unlike many other COVID-19-related deaths, which are cases of comorbidity, the consulate general claimed the man died only from the coronavirus disease.His death marks the third among Indonesians abroad.Read also: Japan “on the brink” as it struggles to hold back coronaviruslast_img read more

Lady Bulldogs Victorious Over Lady Pirates

first_imgThe Greensburg Lady Pirates hosted class 2A #5 Batesville Thursday evening and lost 12-0.Four quick goals in the first seven minutes set the tone for the visiting Lady Bulldogs. The Lady Pirates did not help their cause by allowing an own goal and getting called for two fouls inside the 18 yard box giving Batesville penalty kick opportunities. The halftime score was 8-0.In stretches the Lady Pirates put constant pressure on the Batesville runs and scoring opportunities to force wide shots and the defensive line forced 3 offside traps. Emily Lowe made 17 saves on the night while freshmen Emily Rosales and Kaelyn Spears recorded the only shots on goal for home squad. Good play came in stretches and showed throughout the second half.The Lady Pirates will be in action Saturday at noon when they host Oldenburg. The boy’s squads from each school will start the action at 10 AM. The loss drops the Lady Pirates to 0-5 and 0-2 in EIAC play.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Mike Myers.last_img read more