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Viya Asks Public to Display Addresses Prominently for Quicker Wired Restoration

Viya is requesting that customers who do not have an address on their home or business post their physical address in a location that is clearly visible from the roadway.

Three UVI Students to Benefit from Alpine Securities Scholarships

Three University of the Virgin Islands students majoring in accounting, finance or computer information systems will benefit from a generous donation from Alpine Securities.

IRS Advises Taxpayers to Go Online to Avoid Rush Over Presidents Day Weekend

The Internal Revenue Service is offering taxpayers several tips and various time-saving resources to get them the help they need from the IRS quickly and easily.

BIR Reminds Employers of the New Withholding Tax Rates

Based on the new tax laws passed by Congress and signed into law by President Trump in December 2017, the withholding tax rates for individuals have changed for 2018.

St. John Office of the Tax Assessor to Resume Regular Business Hours Feb. 5

Taxpayers may reach the office by calling 774-2991 for St. Thomas-St. John District.

Three Airlines to Expand Service to St. Thomas

With the latest flight additions, the U.S. Virgin Islands is now being served by approximately 13,000 seats each week – 9,000 to St. Thomas and 4,000 to St. Croix (not including intra-island service).

Scotiabank Donates $10,000 to the University of the Virgin Islands

The UVI Scotiabank Scholarship Fund has supported students who attend the university with a total $346,500 since the initial gift in 1986.

Enterprise Zone Commission to Conduct Feasibility Study for Processing and Packaging Plant

To analyze the potential for establishing a processing and packaging plant in the territory the EZC, in partnership with UVI, will conduct a feasibility study on establishing this type of plant in the U.S.V.I.

BIR Reminds Residents to File Income Tax Returns in the Virgin Islands

“Bona fide residents of the Virgin Islands should not file their individual income tax returns, electronically or by mail, with the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS),” said Director of the BIR Marvin L. Pickering.

IRS Updates Victims of Hurricane Maria on Tax Relief; Some Tax Deadlines Extended to...

The declaration permits the IRS to postpone certain deadlines for taxpayers who reside or have a business in the disaster area.

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