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34D QUARTERLY TAX INSTALMENT DUE
You are reminded that Quarterly Tax
Instalments are due and payable on or
September 30th December 31st
of each year.
NOTE: Calculation of your Income/
Corporation Tax Quarterly Instalments for
the current year of income is based on an
estimated chargeable income, which is the
chargeable income of the previous year of
income, multiplied by the rate of tax for the
NOTE: Calculation of your Business Levy
and Green Fund Levy Quarterly Instalments
is based on the actual gross sales/receipt
for the respective quarter. The rates are
0.2% and 0.1% (of gross sales/receipts)
NOTE: Payments not made by 30th
September 2015 will accrue interest at
the rate of 20% per annum from the due
dates to the date of payment.
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CALCULATION OF QUARTERLY INSTALMENT
This is a guide to calculating your quarterly
instalments for 2015.
2014 -- Chargeable Profit = $1,000,000
Estimated Tax for 2015 = 2014 Chargeable Profit x
25% (2015 tax rate)
= $1,000,000 x 25%
2015 -- Estimated Quarterly Tax Payment
250,000 = 62,500
Estimated payment due per quarter = $62,500
NOTE: Where your 2015 Estimated
Chargeable Profit is likely to exceed 2014
Chargeable Profit you are advised to increase
your quarterly payments to accommodate the
increased profit and avoid interest on short
NB: Any short payment or non-payment
of quarterly instalment is also subject to
interest at the rate of 20% per annum from
the date the payment was due to the date of
payment or April 30, 2015 whichever is earlier.
mund dropped its first points
of the season in a 1--1 draw at
Hoffenheim yesterday and fell
behind Bundesliga leader Bay-
scored in the 55th to cancel out
a first-half goal by Hoffenheim s
Bayern s 5--1 victory over
Wolfsburg on Tuesday, thanks
to the five-goal performance of
Robert Lewandowski, left the
defending champion with a per-
fect 6--0 record and a two-point
lead over Dortmund.
and Stuttgart both posted their
first wins of the season to move
from the bottom of the table,
while Schalke beat Eintracht
Frankfurt 2--0 and Bayer Lev-
erkusen edged Mainz 1--0 with
a first Bundesliga goal for Javier
Moenchengladbach won 4--2
at home against Augsburg under
interim coach Andre Schubert.
Stuttgart won 3--1 in Hannover
to send the home team to the
Rudy slotted inside the far
post in the 42nd and
Aubameyang capped Dort-
mund s dominance with his sev-
enth goal of the season after
Gonzalo Castro chested the ball
down to the striker, who drove
home from close range.
But his team saw its 11-match
winning streak across all com-
petitions come to an end.
Hernandez ended Lev-
erkusen s three-match losing
streak when his shot from just
outside the box was slightly
deflected in the second half.
Schalke moved into third after
late goals from Joel Matip and
Leroy Sane. Matip headed in a
corner, while substitute Sane
rounded the Frankfurt keeper
to secure the victory. Schalke is
three points behind Dortmund.
In Moenchengladbach, the
home side struck four times
inside the first 21 minutes
through Fabian Johnson, Granit
Xhaka, Lars Stindl and Mo
Dahoud. Paul Verhaegh convert-
ed two penalties after the break
Dortmund falls behind Bayern with draw
ROME---Promoted Frosinone earned its first
ever Serie A point in stunning fashion yesterday,
scoring a last-minute equaliser for a 1--1 draw at
four-time defending champion Juventus.
Midfielder Leonardo Blanchard, who has been
with Frosinone since the small club located near
Rome was in the third division, leaped above Paul
Pogba to head in a corner two minutes into added
time at the Juventus Stadium.
With Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon rested,
reserve goalkeeper Neto was easily beaten.
Frosinone had scored just one goal and conceded
seven in losing its opening four games, having
reached the top division for the first time in its
Simone Zaza had put Juventus ahead early in
the second half, just after hitting the crossbar.
An Italy international, Zaza got a rare start with
Mario Mandzukic and Alvaro Morata both injured.
Juventus is also sorely missing three key players
who helped the club to last season s Champions
League final and then departed: Andrea Pirlo,
Arturo Vidal and Carlos Tevez.
With only one win from its opening five matches,
Juventus fell ten points behind leader Inter Milan,
which maintained its perfect record with a 1--0
win over injury-hit Hellas Verona.
Felipe Melo, the midfielder who followed man-
ager Roberto Mancini from Galatasaray to Inter,
scored his first goal with his new club shortly into
the second half with a crisp header following a
corner. Inter has won all five of its matches by a
one-goal margin. Roma, meanwhile, was beaten
2-1 after Kostas Manolas scored an own goal five
minutes from time.
Also, Napoli was held to a 0--0 draw at promoted
Carpi after outscoring the opposition 10--0 in its
last two games; and Lazio beat nine-man Genoa
2--0 with goals from Filip Djordjevic and Felipe
Anderson either side of halftime. (AP)
1st ever Serie A
point at Juventus
PARIS---Saint-Etienne secured a fifth consecutive
win to stay within one point of French league leader
Paris Saint-Germain after beating Troyes 1--0 yes-
Thomas Ayasse s own goal in the 13th minute gave
Saint-Etienne its first win at the Stade de l Aube
since 2004, as Christophe Galtier s side moved to
second place in the standings.
PSG, which is unbeaten after seven rounds, defeated
Guingamp 3--0 on Tuesday.
Galtier made seven changes to the side that beat
Nantes 2--0 last weekend and Saint-Etienne, the
most successful club in French football with ten
league titles, got off to a bright start, peppering
Troyes s box with crosses in the first ten minutes.
Les Verts broke the deadlock in the 13th minute
after another cross from Romain Hamouma aimed
at midfielder Benjamin Corgnet was diverted by
Ayasse, who beat his own keeper.
In a pulsating encounter, Troyes had two good
chances to level in the second half. The first one
came in the 53rd minute when Corentin Jean s shot
found the woodwork before Ayasse almost made
amends for his early mistake with a header that
struck the crossbar 20 minutes later.
Saint-Etienne s bitter rival Lyon closed the gap
with PSG to five points after clinching a first home
win, beating ten-man Bastia 2--0 with goals from
Aldo Kalulu and Corentin Tolisso.
Rennes dropped to third place, three points behind
PSG, after drawing 1--1 at Ajaccio.
Elsewhere, Nice thrashed Bordeaux 6--1 and Lorient
used set-pieces to beat Caen 2-0 and clinch a third
straight win. (AP)
wins 1--0 at Troyes
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