It is in line with the BIR’s “Legally Engaged Goal Oriented Individual/Non – Individual Taxpayer” or LEGIT campaign. THE Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) Revenue District Office No. 72 is calling on online sellers in the province to register on or before July 31 to become legitimate online entrepreneurs. The order shall include not only partner sellers or merchants but also other stakeholders involved such as the payment gateways, delivery channels, internet service providers and other facilitators. “All those who will register their business activity and/or update their registration status not later than July 31, 2020 shall not be imposed with penalty for late registration,” said the circular. Concerned online sellers must register with their respective RDOs. (PIA Capiz/PN) The RDO will impose applicable penalties under the law and existing revenue rules and regulations to those who will be found later doing business without complying with the registration/update requirements as well as those who failed to declare past due/unpaid taxes. The directive is embodied in the BIR Revenue Memorandum Circular No. 60-2020 which underscores the obligations of persons conducting business transactions through any forms of electronic media and notice to unregistered businesses.
James Alvin Woollet III, 46, of Aurora passed away Friday, November 2, 2018 at Margaret Mary Health in Batesville. James was born Tuesday, February 22, 1972 in Cincinnati, Ohio the son of James A. Woollet Jr. and Wilma Faye (Johnson) Raines. He worked at Burger King in Greendale. He enjoyed having fun and hanging out with friends. He also worked at Graters Ice Cream on Gilbert Ave, Amazon and Burlington Chocolate Factory.James is survived by his father James Jr. of Orlando, FL, mother Wilma Faye (James) Raines of Dillsboro, children: Emily and Bo Woollet of FL, brothers: Scott A. Woollet and Thomas N. Woollet both of FL and sister Pamela Jane Woollet of FL.A service to celebrate the life of James will be at the convenience of the family. Memorials may be made to the donors choice. Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, 12887 Lenover Street, Box 146, Dillsboro, IN 47018, (812) 432-5480. You may go to filterdevriesmoorefuneralhome to leave an online condolence message for the family.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 6, 2014 at 9:17 pm Contact Phil: email@example.com | @PhilDAbb Syracuse released its weekly Thursday night injury update leading up to the Orange’s Senior Day matchup with Duke on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. in the Carrier Dome.The new additions to the “out” list are: right guard Nick Robinson, offensive tackle Michael Lasker, H-back Ashton Broyld, linebacker Marqez Hodge, wide receiver Troy Green and nose tackle John Raymon.H-back Brisly Estime, offensive tackle Ivan Foy, quarterback Terrel Hunt, cornerback Wayne Morgan and linebacker Luke Arciniega remain unavailable from previous weeks.Freshman quarterback AJ Long is “extremely doubtful” this week, as head coach Scott Shafer announced in his Thursday morning press conference, with a nerve issue in his throwing arm.Junior nose tackle Wayne Williams has been upgraded from out last week to questionable this week. Center John Miller is listed as probable for Duke.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAdly Enoicy, who was out last week, and Rob Trudo, who was questionable but played last week, are the only players from last week’s injury report to not appear on this week’s. Comments
Born in Thurles, Co. Tipperary on the 20th of March 1939, Jimmy grew up near to Thurles Sportsfield, now Semple Stadium. Following in the footsteps of his late father Gerry, Jimmy began his hurling career in goal where he won his first Munster Minor medal for Tipperary in 1954.Having lost the All-Ireland final to Dublin, Jimmy had his mind made up goals was no longer for him. In one of many golden spells, Jimmy won his first of three All-Ireland Minor Medals the next year in 1955 following up in ’56 and as captain in ’57. At the same time with his beloved Thurles Sarsfields Club he collected four county minor hurling titles from ’54 to ’57 as well as a Dr. Harty Cup Medal with Thurles C.B.S. in ’56.Indeed such was his prowess, Jimmy was already a star on the Tipperary Senior team by the time his Minor career had ended.His dedication to honing his skills in the shadow of Thurles Sportsfield proved to be Thurles Sarsfields’ and Tipperary’s gain as this natural hurling genius developed his craft. With an unerring eye and wrists of a craftsman, the hours of practice that Doyle put in proved crucial in many an opponent’s heart being broken for both club and county.His senior career with Tipperary started with a debut in the 1957/58 National League and continued up until his retirement after the 1973 Championship. In what was a hugely successful period for Tipperary Hurling, Jimmy played a lead role as part of successful Tipperary teams. In that time he won six All-Ireland Senior Hurling medals, nine Munster Hurling medals and seven National Hurling League medals. Jimmy also captained the team to All-Ireland victory in 1962 and 1965 and was an All-Ireland runner-up on three occasions.He went on to win eight Railway Cup medals with Munster, while at club level he won 10 Tipperary County Championship medals with Thurles Sarsfields.In all Jimmy Doyle made 39 Championship appearances for Tipperary and was top scorer for the Championship in 1958, ’60, ’61, ’62 and ’64. By the time his retirement came round, he was Tipperary’s all-time top scorer with a career tally of 18 goals and 176 points. This was a record which stood until 2007 when Eoin Kelly edged out in front.Jimmy was named as the GAA’s Hurling Right Full-Forward on the Team of the Century in 1984 and was named in the same position on the Hurling Team of the Millennium in 2000.He was named at Right Half-Forward on the Tipperary Team of the Millennium in 1999.Ahead of all of these he was Texaco Hurler of the Year in 1965.Thurles Town Council paid tribute to Jimmy Doyle as they officially opened the “Jimmy Doyle Road” in his honour in 2012, a road many a supporter now travels on their way to Semple Stadium.Tipperary County Board Chairman Michael Bourke paid tribute to the late Jimmy Doyle on hearing of his untimely passing, saying: “The name of Jimmy Doyle will never and should never be forgotten. He was the ultimate sticks-man, a master of his craft not alone of his own age but for all ages. He inspired countless hurlers who wanted to be Jimmy Doyle and who craved the genius he bore with such humility and grace.“Tipperary and Thurles has lost one of its greatest sons the likes of whom we may never witness again. As Tipperary County Chairman, I am privileged to have known Jimmy Doyle, a man of immense hurling ability, who held a huge pride in a sense of place, of who he was and where he was from. His majestic talent was the catalyst of many a Tipperary victory and to him Tipperary will forever be deeply indebted. On behalf of Tipperary County Board we extend our heartfelt condolences to the extended Doyle family on the sad passing of their beloved Jimmy.”Jimmy Doyle – Roll of Honour6 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Medals1958, ’61, ’62 (captain), ’64, ’65 (captain), ’719 Munster Senior Hurling Medals1958, ’60, ’61, ’62 (captain), ’64, ‘65 (captain), ’67, ’68, ’717 National Hurling League Medals1957, ’59, ’60, ’61, ’64, ’65 (captain), ’683 All-Ireland Minor Hurling Medals1955, ’56, ’57 (captain)4 Munster Minor Hurling Medals1954, ’55, ’56, ’57 (captain)8 Railway Cup Hurling Medals1958, ’59, ’60, ’61, ’63 (captain), ’66 (captain), ’69, ’7010 Tipperary County Senior Hurling Medals ~ Thurles Sarsfields1956, ’57, ’58, ’59, ’61, ’62, ’63, ’64 (captain), ’65, ’74 (captain)13 Mid Tipperary Senior Hurling Medals1956-’64, ’68, ’69, ’73, ’744 County Minor Hurling Medals1954, ’55, ’56, ’572 County Junior Hurling Medals1955, ’561 County Senior Football Medal19601 Dr. Harty Cup Hurling Medal ~ Thurles CBS19567 Oireachtas Medals1960, ’61, ’63, ’64, ’65, ’68, ’70Right Full-Forward on the Hurling Team of the Century1984Right Full-Forward on the Hurling Team of the Millennium2000Right Half-Forward on the Tipperary Hurling Team of the Millennium1999Texaco Hurler of the Year1965
Asante Kotoko have revealed that their training facility at Adako Jachie will be given a massive upgrade and that plan is at the top of the agenda of the new board.The 9-member board was put together on Thursday and its composition was revealed by Manhyia Palace in a press release.The board will run on a daily basis and it has been tasked with bringing progress to ensure that it becomes a continental powerhouse.Speaking on Happy FM on Friday, Nana Kwame Aboagye, who is the special aide to the Manhyia Palace Chief of Staff, stated that there were plans to heavily invest in world class facilities at the team’s Adako Jachie ground.“We want Kotoko to look like a professional club and so, we are planning to invest at Adako Jachie. We want to follow the best practices done by the world’s big teams like Manchester City, Real Madrid and others. So we intend to start from a point.”The new Kotoko board is headed by the team’s Executive Chairman, Kwame Kyei and he has support from 8 other people who are on the board.The setting up of the board also meets a requirement stated in the GFA’s club licensing rules and regulations.
…say chief guest representing Guyana a “usurper”…Guyana’s caretaker President greeted with protest…Police riot squad blocks peaceful vigil on ECD…President also protested against on Essequibo CoastMonday night’s 70th Anniversary ceremony at the Arthur Chung Conference Centre for the People’s Republic of China was boycotted by three former Presidents of Guyana after it emerged that caretaker President David Granger would be the chief guest even as he is in breach of the Constitution.PPP/C Presidential Candidate Irfaan Ali holds a candle for democracyFormer Presidents Bharrat Jagdeo, Donald Ramotar and Samuel Hinds indicated in a joint letter to Chinese Ambassador Cui Jianchun and his wife Liang Huili that they would not be attending the ceremony when the President and Government have lost their legitimacy.A scene from the vigil at the Arthur Chung Conference Centre“We three former Presidents hereby express our deep regrets that in the current circumstances in Guyana, where the Constitution has been breached and the coalition Government has lost all legitimacy, we could not attend your ceremony of commemoration…where Mr David Granger, is the chief guest representing Guyana, as he is doing so as a usurper.”Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo at the vigilThe event on Monday evening was overshadowed by a vigil, organised by the Association for Democracy and Human Rights (Guyana) along the road leading up to the convention centre.People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Presidential candidate Irfaan Ali, who attended the vigil, lamented the heavy Police presence compared to that of ordinary citizens holding candles and protesting for the Constitution of Guyana to be honoured.A scene from Essequibo’s protest action“This is an NGO that we saw advertise that they were holding a candlelight vigil. We’re standing up in defence of democracy, calling on the Government to name a date for elections. We’re standing up against dictatorship. Standing up for the rule of law. We’re standing up for fundamental rights.”He added that Guyanese have fundamental rights to movement and rights to assembly. “They have blocked Guyanese at every single point from exercising that right, leading to this venue. So persons are kept away from exercising their democratic rights. And look how many police they brought out against people holding candles. Is there any aggression here?”When it comes to reports that Granger is likely to name a date this week, Ali made it clear that a date should already have been named by the caretaker President in accordance with the law and calls from local organisations and the international community.Turning a deaf earMeanwhile, Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo, who was also present at the protest, lambasted the caretaker President for turning a deaf ear to the Constitution and to calls for him to immediately set an election date, after he would have been advised by the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM).“I think the whole country has seen who Granger is. He’s prepared to defy the Constitution, he’s prepared to discomfort all of Guyana, just to retain power at all costs, in spite of calls from the international community, just so that he and his corrupt cabal can continue to prosper.”“Today we saw a brutal statement coming from the Commonwealth. That follows statements made by the United States of America, the United Kingdom, the European Union, and many others have been making statements. All pointing out that this has gone beyond constitutional rule and it would affect our country.”Jagdeo made it clear that Granger must call an election date that does not exceed February month-end, noting that the PPP is prepared to keep up its protest action until the President does so. In fact, he warned that protests would only intensify.“Every single day that passes, where he doesn’t call elections at an early date, the protests will intensify. We will point out how we are currently under a dictatorship, so we no longer have constitutional rule in Guyana.”Protest in Essequibo CoastMeanwhile, Granger was also subjected to protests outside of Region Four, when hundreds of citizens on the Essequibo Coast, Region Two (Pomeroom-Supenaam), picketed him on Monday as he made his way from the Hampton Court Airstrip to attend a function in Queenstown Village.The protesters called for the Government to resign and for the caretaker President to set a date for General and Regional Elections.Some of the protesters also picketed State House, in Anna Regina calling for Granger to respect the Constitution.The peaceful gathering included PPP executives Leslie Ramsammy, Vishnu Samaroo, Regional Chairman Davanand Ramdatt and Peter Ramsaroop.