Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : January 24th 2015 Contents A58
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Saturday, January 24, 2015
ANNUAL RETURN OF REMUNERATION
Your annual TD4 Summary Statement has been mailed.
If you have not received one in the mail by February 13th, one may be
requested in writing on your business letter head. Do NOT use the old forms.
This return along with copies of TD4 Supplementary Forms (Certificates)
are to be submitted to the Board of Inland Revenue on or before
February 28th, 2015.
Please observe the
following instructions in
completing the form --
• Use black ink only
• To be submitted in duplicate
• DO NOT superimpose
• DO NOT use liquid paper
• Round Off all figures to the
• DO NOT include commas
• DO NOT include dollar ($)
• DO NOT use full stops
"Changing the way we interact with you"
Taxpayer Relations Section
Visit us at www.ird.gov.tt
TO THE TD4
Pau and Marc Gasol of Spain have been voted the
first brothers to start in the NBA All-Star Game,
while Toronto s Kyle Lowry made a late surge in fan
balloting and will start for the Eastern Conference.
Lowry passed Dwyane Wade and will start alongside
Washington s John Wall, the first time the East has
had two first-time starters at guard since 2000.
Golden State s Stephen Curry made his own late
surge to pass LeBron James as the overall leading vote-
getter, the league announced on Thursday.
Kobe Bryant was also voted to start at West guard,
though that s in jeopardy because of a torn right
rotator cuff. Chicago s Pau Gasol will start up front
for the East along with James and Carmelo Anthony
for the February 15 game in New York. Memphis
Marc Gasol joins New Orleans Anthony Davis and
the Los Angeles Clippers Blake Griffin in the West
frontcourt. Tom and Dick Van Arsdale played in the
1970 and 1971 games, but the Gasols---once traded
for each other---are the first brothers to be chosen to
"Knowing that I will be facing my brother Pau for
the opening tip, it will be a true accomplishment for
our family, and a memory I will cherish for the rest
of my career," Marc Gasol said in a statement through
the Memphis Grizzlies. "It holds special meaning to
be voted in by the fans, and I look forward to rep-
resenting my teammates, the organisation, the city
of Memphis, and entire Mid-South community and
Grizzlies fans across the world."
Both Gasols were among the leaders in all the bal-
loting updates, but Lowry was running more than
100,000 votes behind Wade, a perennial All-Star and
fan favorite, when the last results were released. Fans
rewarded him for his hard-nosed play in leading the
Raptors to a huge lead in the Atlantic Division with
his first All-Star appearance.
Wall earned his first last year, and now
he s earned his first start. The East hasn t
had both of its guards making their first start
since Philadelphia s Allen Iverson and Char-
lotte s Eddie Jordan in 2000.
Fans had to vote for two guards and three
frontcourt players. The reserves will be picked
by the head coaches in each conference and
be announced next Thursday.
The star of the NBA-leading Golden State
Warriors, Curry ended up with more than
1.5 million votes, more than 42,000 ahead
of James, who had a 13,285-vote lead over
the sharpshooter at the last update.
Curry, who just two years ago was an All-
Star snub, becomes the first Warriors player
elected to consecutive starts since Chris
Mullin in 1991-92.
His partner in the backcourt is up in the
air after the Lakers revealed Bryant s injury
earlier Thursday. Though the severity of the
injury is unknown, many rotator cuff injuries
require surgery and several months of reha-
That could rule Bryant out of his 17th All-
Star appearance, second all-time behind
Kareem Abdul Jabbar s 19. Bryant s first was
in 1998 at Madison Square Garden, site of
this year s game. The NBA changed the ballot
this year to include all active players, rather
than just 60 per conference.
The results included five first-time starters
and 10 starters from 10 different teams.
And the fans left out some of the usual
faces such as Wade, Miami teammate Chris
Bosh, Oklahoma City s Kevin Durant, and
the Clippers Chris Paul.
They gave Pau Gasol his fifth All-Star
selection and first in the East for his con-
tributions to the Bulls in his first season
since leaving the Lakers. (AP)
Gasol brothers to start NBA All-Star game
CHICAGO---Chicago shook off its poor recent
form with an authoritative 104-81 win against
NBA champion San Antonio Thursday night,
building their lead in the NBA Central Division
while handing the Spurs their heaviest loss of the
As convincing as the Bulls victory was, it was
put in the shade by the Los Angeles Clippers 39-
point win over a disappointing Brooklyn, while the
day s other games saw Boston and Utah record
narrow victories over Portland and Milwaukee
Chicago built its Central lead out to 4-1/2 games
by cruising past the Spurs.
Derrick Rose scored 22 points, hitting 9 of 16
shots, to lead six Chicago players in double figures
including Pau Gasol who had 12 points and 17
rebounds. The Spurs Kawhi Leonard scored all of
his team-leading 16 points in the first half, but as
he fell away, so did his team as Chicago outscored
its opponent 31-20 in the third quarter.
The Clippers recorded their biggest-ever win
over Brooklyn, taking the game 123-84.
Blake Griffin scored 22 of his 24 points in the
first half, when the Clippers led by 33 points, while
JJ Redick and Jamal Crawford added 17 points each.
With Kevin Garnett resting, the Nets were led
by Mason Plumlee with 16 points.
The Clippers put the game away in the first half,
when they shot 66 percent and Jordan had already
secured his double-double.
Boston s Evan Turner hit a three-pointer with
1.9 seconds left to give the Celtics a 90-89 win
against a Portland team missing LaMarcus Aldridge,
who will miss six-to-eight weeks with a torn thumb
Utah s Gordon Hayward scored 13 of his game-
high 24 points in the fourth quarter as the Jazz
held on for the 101-89 win after the Bucks missed
their last five shots. (AP)
Bulls shake off form
wobble to trounce Spurs
Links Archive January 23rd 2015 January 25th 2015 Navigation Previous Page Next Page