Chamber: Legislature failing to address community concerns

ECONOMY: The Guam Chamber of Commerce issued a press release Saturday, expressing disappointment that senators passed the minimum wage bill while failing to address other issues critical to improving the island community. Joe Arnett, Guam Chamber of Commerce chairman, is seen in this file photo. Post file

When running a business, it is important to know, understand, and keep up to date with the current tax laws, in order to make reasonable business decisions.

Join the Guam Chamber of Commerce on Sept. 20 at Fort San Jose Ballroom, Outrigger Guam Beach Resort for an informative session with Joe Arnett, senior adviser of Deloitte & Touche, who will speak more on Tax Planning for Small Businesses.

The Sept. 20 workshop will be held from 8:30-11 a.m. in the San Jose Ballroom, Outrigger Guam Beach Resort.

The cost is $20 per Chamber member and an additional $2.50 for members who wish to be billed. For nonmembers, the cost to register is $40.

Reservations are required. Walk-ins may not be guaranteed a seat.

Members who RSVP and do not attend will be billed $22.50, unless cancellation is made by noon on Sept. 19.

To register, call 472-6311/8001 or email

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