MINT: Instructions for private renters and family farms providing accommodation services

first_imgFor all information on the implementation of these measures, feel free to contact the Ministry of Tourism at the e-mail address mintcz@mint.hr. As we know, the Government of the Republic of Croatia has adopted the first set of measures to help the economy due to the coronavirus epidemic, a total of 63 of them, and new measures are expected in the second week. Based on reasonable requests, a deferral of payment will be granted for due tax liabilities without interest calculation. Deferred payment is granted for a period of three months from the statutory due date of each individual tax liability. Instructions for private renters and family farms that provide accommodation services (not in the VAT system) IMPORTANT: Taxpayers can also apply for measures to defer public benefits. If the taxpayer has a debt that is not yet covered by the collection procedures before filing the application may approach the conclusion administrative contract and thus ensure that the conditions for tax payment measures are met, ie for the deferral of due tax liabilities. The contract is concluded under the conditions and in the manner prescribed by Articles 101 to 103 of the OPZ. The current measures relate to a total of eight ministries, many of which relate to preserving the liquidity and jobs of entrepreneurs.  In case of extension of the deadline due to special circumstances, it is possible to grant an additional period of three months for already deferred tax liabilities and extend the coverage of deferred tax liabilities to tax liabilities that fall due for an additional three months, without interest. a new written and reasoned request is submitted.An applicant who is unable to pay a deferred tax liability at its deferred maturity may apply for an installment payment, without charging interest.Send the completed form by email to the address of the competent tax administration. Ordinance on deferral or exemption from payment of tourist tax for persons providing catering services in the household or on a family farm (OG 36/2020) entered on 26.03.2020. years.Persons providing catering services in the household and on the family farm they only payhalf the amount of the annual lump sum tourist taxes in 2020. In regular circumstances, they would be obliged to pay the full amount for the main beds and accommodation units in the campsite and campsite, or according to the capacity of the Robinson accommodation facility used to provide accommodation services in accordance with special regulations governing catering. Also, for the whole of 2020, these persons are exempt from paying the tourist tax for extra beds. The implementing bodies for this measure are the Ministry of Tourism and the Croatian National Tourist Board. Information on this measure will be implemented via the eVisitor system, therefore the specified persons do not have to report anywhere, ie data processing will be automatic via the eVisitor system.TOURIST MEMBERSHIP FEE (flat rate)Considering the fact that the measures of the Government of the Republic of Croatia include tax payments due in the next three months, ie until 20 June 2020, the Amendments to the Ordinance on the Implementation of the General Tax Law do not cover the payment of membership fees to tourist boards. renters and family farms). The due date for payment of the first installment of the membership fee for this group is 31.07.2020. and we invite you to follow the website of the Ministry of Tourism and be informed in a timely manner when changes are made in this segment.Lump sum INCOME TAX Payers flat income tax in accordance with the Income Tax Act, given that the annual flat income tax and surtax on income tax are paid quarterly, they may submit to the competent tax administration a Request for deferment of payment due to special circumstances(link to Request: https://www.porezna-uprava.hr/Dokumenti%20vijesti/Zahtjev%20za%20odgodu%20pla%C4%87anja.pdf ).center_img Thus, part of the measures of the Ministry of Tourism related to the tourism sector were adopted. “We are aware of the fact that the tourism sector has been significantly affected by this epidemic, and that part of the burden will fall on private renters, we have urgently set about designing and adopting measures that we believe will help us overcome this demanding period together.”Point out from the Ministry of Tourism and add that the aim of these measures is to mitigate the financial impact on persons providing catering services in the household or on the family farm as taxpayers, given that they are affected by the situation with coronavirus because they pay tourist tax annually. a lump sum per bed, not per night. The applicant must submit a written and reasoned request to the competent tax authority according to the place of residence for natural persons, or the seat for legal persons.  The tax authority will decide on the request in a simple and expeditious procedure and inform the applicant about the merits of the request in an appropriate manner, usually electronically. TOURIST TAX (Lump sum) Detailed information can be found on the website of the Tax Administration: Notification to entrepreneurs of tax payment measures for the duration of special circumstances and uOrdinance on amendments to the Ordinance on the implementation of the General Tax Act (OG 25/20) The request can be submitted by taxpayers who make it probable that they are unable to pay due tax liabilities, and if they do not have overdue uncollected tax debt, or if the amount of their tax debt is less than HRK 200,00.last_img read more

Orange Experience Synchronized Skating team undefeated in season so far

first_img Published on December 6, 2018 at 12:19 am Contact Catherine: ccleffer@syr.edu | @ccleffert As 16 women glided over the ice at the Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion, their feet and heads all moving in unison, a high-pitched voice yelled instructions. The coach of the Orange Experience Synchronized Skating team, Lisa Mirabito, called for her skaters to “keep smiling” and “use your shoulders.” Her guidance has helped lead them to their best season since 2013, when the team didn’t exist due to a lack of skaters.This year, Mirabito’s SU Synchronized Skating team has placed first in three competitions, its most successful season since she started coaching the team 10 years ago. Three competitions remain, including the Eastern Synchronized Skating Sectional Championships, the largest competition the Orange will compete in. The six are the highest number of competitions SU has participated in since Mirabito began in 2008. In Mirabito’s time with the Orange Experience, she’s coached skaters from all across the country — California, Virginia, Vermont, Texas, among others — and at all levels of experience.“I like the fact that we’re able to bring these skaters from all over and put them on the ice and make them a team,” Mirabito said. “I enjoy that challenge, I enjoy that.”Mirabito had never planned to be a professional ice skating coach, let alone return to her alma mater and coach a synchronized skating team through, so far, an undefeated season. Mirabito brings more than 20 years of coaching experience to the ice each time she laces up her skates, ones encrusted with Swarovski crystals.She had given up ice skating in high school. After graduating from SU in 1984, Mirabito became a designer in Skaneateles but said she needed an outlet outside of her job. There was a rink near where she worked, and she coached part-time for individual ice skaters. After she had kids, she stopped working as a designer and worked only at the rink.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMolly Gibbs | Photo EditorIn 2008, Orange Experience put out a call for a coach who was familiar with the then-recently updated rules of synchronized skating. Prior to that year, there was a change in how the competitions were judged. With her experience from coaching at the Skaneateles rink, she gained the knowledge SU sought, and got the job.“I was sort of consulting, I wasn’t really coaching. I didn’t choreograph,” Mirabito said. “They were still managing all of that, they were handling all their practices.”After a few years, she took a larger role with the team as a coach. Orange Experience trains three times per week — two on-ice practices and one workout. After each run-through of its program, Mirabito floats across the rink to her team and gives suggestions like telling them to “use their shoulders to skate.” Then, she’ll instruct which part she wants to see, and they get in formation. Mirabito said she often brings tissues and bandages, cleans up if a skater has left something behind and turns in music for competitions, acting as a mother — on and off the ice.Senior Hannah Butler, on-ice captain of Orange Experience, said she was on the team when they took fourth at the Eastern Sectionals in 2016. Now, as a captain, she leads one practice per week, and Mirabito leads the other.“I think that we definitely would not be as competitive if we didn’t have her coaching us,” Butler said. “Specifically in the performance aspects, she pulls a lot out of the girls that we wouldn’t be able to pull out of ourselves on ice.”The sport, though not as contact-driven as field sports like soccer and field hockey, requires precision and practice. If one member of the team falls, she runs the risk of taking down her teammates too.Molly Gibbs | Photo EditorDuring a morning practice last month, a week between two first place finishes at competitions, a couple of the skaters fell because one tripped on her skate. They both hit the ground but popped back up and skated into formation, leaving ice falling from their clothes. Both Butler and Mirabito provide technical advice and tips for the skaters to prevent mistakes, but Butler is in the routine. Mirabito watches from the outside.Mirabito said one of her best memories from her time as a coach at SU was when the team finished in fourth place at the Eastern Sectionals three seasons ago. But just two years before that, there wasn’t a team.Butler, who has skated competitively for more than 10 years, describes the sport as a “cutthroat” environment, but said the Orange Experience team is closer than other teams she’s seen. Before each competition, Butler said, the skaters all yell a cheer together. Other skaters frequently comment on how much fun it looks like they’re having.“I think that everyone’s familiar with figure skating as a sport, but not a lot of people are familiar with synchronized skating as a sport,” Butler said. “I think it’s such a fun and beautiful sport to watch. When people find out the team exists and comes to a show, they always have so much fun.”Though skaters graduate and leave the team, Mirabito, in her busiest year with the team, said she plans on staying.“If they will have me, I will continue,” Mirabito said. “I love the sport, I love skating in general and I do enjoy working with the group of skaters right now…If they want me to continue I will continue as long as they need me to or until I retire.” Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Commentslast_img read more