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Pierre Delivers Relief To Saint Lucian Workers

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Comprehensive fiscal policy measures implemented by the Government of Saint Lucia and Prime Minister Hon. Philip J. Pierre continue to benefit Saint Lucia’s working population.
We hear more in this Rehani Isidore report:

SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister
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  1. they will tell you that you dont have to pay income tax but the soucer workers inside of there will still try and cheat you to make you pay that income tax

  2. i have a question about this income tax. are they saying that if you making from 25,000.00 and less yearly that you are exempted from paying income tax period? or if you are making just $25,000.00 yearly that you dont have to pay it

  3. My Lucians, that is a hell alot of money that is given away. Have you ever asked yourself this question? Where is SLU government finding that money from. They keep telling us there is no money to provide the basics, no money to fight crime, to finish the hospital down south but yet the government can find $14 Million out of thin air for tax cuts and give aways. Well let me tell you, that is money they borrow and at some point somebody got to pay. Me and you will pay that back in few years time. Mark my word.

  4. @Banfe, ever heard that Taxes and Death are both inevitable? Besides, most of us want to eat both the cake and the plate. We want everything the wealthy nations have, but not even NIS we wanna pay. We want good roads and the best health care, tax breaks and a free lunch, all without paying a cent. RIGHT??
    WE have no resources but our people, and like the other islands, no choice but to borrow.
    GOT IT??

  5. @Banfe ….from the very jump this PM has always stated he was for the people and not just for some. He can’t every little thing but he is trying to balance the books feed the multitude and run this country at the same time. The PM is an economist by trade not a shady business man that will borrow and invest without dividend we as a people need to understand this and don’t react to yellow puss putting butter on spoon for you. They only pretend they are for the poor and working poor of this nation that has been marginalized by the opposition ALWAYS YES I SAID IT. The haters will continue to hate you Mr PM that’s what they do best because in their mindset it’s in only a white man can fix our hills not a black man. Even when a black man became PM in their own party they did everything to fight him down.

  6. A good start forward PM You should look at the working poor situations and implement a fair living wage system of $10 per hour based on 40 hrs weekly to avoid more blood sharing and criminal activities.. The working poor at the Hotel’s should be sharing the wealth with their workers and their Families..
    We have heard too many useless promises,. please focus on getting the people with gainful employment for the crime problems to be solved . That is my observation and thoughts.


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