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Budget Day is October 5

  BUDGET day is October 5. The Ministry of Finance said Finance Minister Colm Imbert will deliver the Budget in the Lower House on that day. The release stated that the ministry was in the process of asking business organisations, trade unions and other interest groups for recommendations on the fiscal measures and initiatives they […]Read More

TT Fiscal Deficit to be $15.5B for 2020

  THE fiscal deficient for Trinidad and Tobago for the 2020 financial year will be $15.5 billion. This is $10 billion more than what was originally envisaged. Finance Minister Colm Imbert revealed this during a statement on the Government’s financial response to the Covid-19 threat in Parliament on Monday. He said, “The comprehensive social, financial […]Read More

Salary Relief Grant Rolls Out

  Finance Minister Colm Imbert said Trinidad and Tobago citizens will able to access the Salary Relief Grant online. This is one measure the Government has implemented to deal with the Covid-19 threat to the country. Imbert said two groups of people will be eligible for this grant in the first phase– people terminated involuntarily […]Read More

Barber Walks into Bank with $1M in old $100 Bills

  A barber has walked into a bank with one million dollars in $100 cotton bills asking for it to be changed to the new polymer ones. This was revealed by Na­tion­al Se­cu­ri­ty Min­is­ter Stu­art Young and Fi­nance Min­is­ter Colm Im­bert at Thursday’s post-Cab­i­net me­dia brief­ing at Diplo­mat­ic Cen­tre, St Ann’s. The ministers said within […]Read More