All posts tagged Treasury

New gov’t conditions send ripples through P.R.’s medicinal cannabis sector
March 28, 2018, No Comments

In recent weeks, two Puerto Rico government entities have sent out letters to medicinal cannabis clinics, as well as phy ...

Op-Ed: Debt forgiveness and tax considerations
March 6, 2018, No Comments

In upcoming years, the term “debt forgiveness” will become a common phrase among individuals, proprietorships, and b ...

PR gov’t will go broke Oct. 31 without $4B-$6B from U.S.
October 9, 2017, No Comments

The government of Puerto Rico will go broke by Oct. 31 unless the U.S. Department of Treasury approves an injection of b ...

Gov’t reports $649.4M in July revenue collections
August 21, 2017, No Comments

Treasury Secretary Raúl Maldonado-Gautier announced that net revenues recorded to the General Fund in July, when Fiscal ...

Treasury: FY ’17 collections exceed $9.3B, up 1.7% YOY
July 21, 2017, No Comments

Puerto Rico’s net revenue recorded to the General Fund for Fiscal 2017 (July-June) exceeded $9.3 billion, representing ...

Op-Ed: Why taxing self-employed’s is a nefarious idea
July 19, 2017, 2 Comments

Of all the atrocious ideas I have heard in the past few years, and there have been plenty, none is more poisonous and co ...

P.R. Treasury Dept. collects $708.8M in May
June 21, 2017, No Comments

Net revenues recorded to the General Fund totaled $708.8 million in May, with fiscal year-to-date (July-May) revenues re ...

Lawmakers start hearings on proposed $9.5B budget
June 8, 2017, No Comments

Members of the House and Senate Treasury Commissions began Wednesday public hearings on the proposed budget for the 2017 ...

Treasury collects $994.4M in March, $64.7M more YOY
April 21, 2017, No Comments

The Puerto Rico Treasury Department reported Thursday that net revenues recorded in the General Fund in March totaled $9 ...

Treasury announces ‘Taxpayer Rehabilitation Program’
March 28, 2017, 1 Comment

The Puerto Rico Treasury Department unveiled Monday a new initiative called the “Taxpayer Rehabilitation Program,” t ...