Fiji Times Logo

Fiji Time: 7:14 AM on Thursday 28 August

/ Front page / Business

36 to join

Ropate Valemei
Wednesday, November 21, 2012

AN additional 36 companies have been identified by the Fiji Revenue and Customs Authority to join the Gold Card premium group by the end of the year.

This was revealed by the FRCA chief executive officer Jitoko Tikolevu during the gold card launch at the FRCA complex in Nasese, Suva yesterday.

A total of 35 companies have been rewarded with their Gold Card premium after they met the authority's requirements on compliances in the last three years.

He said word had gone out to companies and individuals on the success of this premium.

"Some big companies are not members as well. Even a taxi driver or an individual can become a member but based on their compliance in the last three years."

He said gold card holders would initially become a member for three years.

"Within those three years we will continue to monitor their performance in terms of paying on time and paying the right amount."

He added that these two were very important to determine a compliance level of a particular taxpayer.


Fiji Times Front Page Thumbnail

Kaila Front Page ThumbnailFiji Times & Kaila Frontpage PDF Downloads

Use the free Acrobat Reader to view.

Today's Most Read Stories

  1. Van Gaal unhappy
  2. Police act
  3. Dad tells of heartache as son is buried
  4. Payment at last
  5. Village counts its blessings
  6. Church membership drops
  7. Back to the Bible for Catholics
  8. Watch & improve
  9. New iTaukei version of Old Testament launched
  10. Back in frame

Top Stories this Week

  1. Dad's cry for justice Friday (22 Aug)
  2. Robbery suspect dies in hospital Thursday (21 Aug)
  3. Numbers list stays Monday (25 Aug)
  4. Death unacceptable, say parties Friday (22 Aug)
  5. Love, a new revelation Thursday (21 Aug)
  6. Van Gaal unhappy Wednesday (27 Aug)
  7. Shocking discovery Tuesday (26 Aug)
  8. Woman of faith Monday (25 Aug)
  9. Unacceptable Tuesday (26 Aug)
  10. Death of suspect sparks inquiry Friday (22 Aug)