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CLUB NOT GIVEN LICENCE Veselin Vujovic wont be coaching Qatar Foundation

One of the best handball players of all times, Veselin Vujovic, won’t be working in Qatar in the upcoming season, as was previously reported. The reason is that the newly formed club “Qatar Foundation” did not get licence for the upcoming season, thus not competing at all, leaving Vujovic without job for the moment. He worked last season in UAE and won the Macedonian league in 2012/2013 with HC Vardar. handballqatar foundationrakometrukometVeselin Vujović ← Previous Story Kadetten Schaffhausen with test win over Japan Next Story → BREAKING: Niklas Landin to THW Kiel!

SMEs call for Budget 2015 to focus on competitiveness

first_imgThis budget must focus on the transition from austerity to growth for businesses who have survived the recession and are now ready to capitalize on the recovery. It is essential that Government understands that Ireland will only be able to revitalise its economy by creating new jobs in the private sector, 99% if which are SMEs. THE GOVERNMENT MUST “encourage, incentivise and reward” small businesses in the upcoming budget, ISME (the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association) said today.In its pre-budget submission, ISME called on the coalition to refocus on competitiveness, as well as support Ireland’s reputation for flexibility, by taking measures such as retaining the 12.5% corporate tax rate.In a statement this afternoon, ISME Chief Executive Mark Fielding laid out the group’s vision for October’s budget.center_img ISME listed several specific policy proposals, including the following:Reduce the marginal rate of tax to 40%Allow an opt-in for the self-employed for PRSI benefitsExtend the start-up company relief scheme beyond 2014Cut the employers’ PRSI rate from 8.5% to 4.25% for three yearsThe group also called on Finance Minister Michael Noonan to keep Ireland’s 12.5% corporation tax rate for companies trading in Ireland, in order to reaffirm that we have a “stable and transparent corporation taxation regime.”ISME also warned that in “getting the balance right”, the government should avoid imposing additional axes, and be sure not to “jeopardise the recovery by continuing to fritter away savings on public expenditure excess.”Scroll down to read ISME’s pre-budget submission in full.Read: Top tips on winning public contracts if you are an SME>Are you using WordPress for your SME?>http://isme.ie/assets/14206-Pre-Budget-Submission-2015-mark1.pdf?utm_source=Copy+of+Tax+on+Travel+Expenses+-+ISME+Press+Statement+&utm_campaign=Inflation&utm_medium=emaillast_img read more