Falklands : Consultation on Support Rural Tax Development Launched
Submitted by Falkland Islands News Network (Nathan Prince) 21.04.2014 (Article Archived on 19.05.2014)
The introduction of a number of tax reliefs designed to facilitate growth in the rural economy are being considered by the Falkland Islands Government.
Consultation on Support for Rural Tax Development Launched
By J. Brock (FINN)
The introduction of a number of tax reliefs designed to facilitate growth in the rural economy are being considered by the Falkland Islands Government. Designed to facilitate growth in the rural economy, the consultation as envisaged in the Islands’ Rural Development Strategy, the public is asked for input. The Policy Unit has today launched a consultation to gather feedback from businesses and members of the public on the proposals that are being put forward.
“The proposals for tax reliefs for rural businesses – and for individuals and businesses who support rural development – are one element of a strategy to make it easier to set up and grow a business in Camp. The consultation focusses specifically on tax reliefs - so that we can make sure these will be effective – but they shouldn’t be considered in isolation. In tandem with investments in infrastructure and other forms of business support it is hoped that the combined package will help deliver on our ambitions for the revitalisation of Camp.” said the Falkland Islands Government’s Head of Policy, Jamie Fotheringham.
The consultation document can be obtained by:
Downloading from: www.fig.gov.fk/policy/index.php/consultations
Completing online at: www.surveymonkey.com/s/firuraltaxreliefs
Picking up a hard copy from: Secretariat, Post Office, Bank, Library or Stanley Services Shop
Asking for a copy to be posted to you by calling 28421 or emailing email@example.com
The closing date for responses is 30th April 2014. Responses should be returned to the FIG Policy Unit by post, into the returns box in the Post Office, by email or completed online. For further information regarding this consultation, please contact the Policy Unit on 28421.