Aegis Focus

Sharing Insights into the business climate here in Trinidad and Tobago

Building Your Star Team Locally

Trinidad and Tobago continues to strengthen its reputation as the nearshore destination for offering services to the wider Caribbean and gateway to Central American market.

Foreign companies considering setting up in the Caribbean must spend time investigating their options

Carnival Information Update - Tax

Have you sponsored a local production or carnival activity?

Here is a tax reminder if your business was involved in any carnival related activities or sponsorship of any local entertainment activities.

Audit matters: Why audit? Insights for small businesses

Capital and a steady revenue stream are two of the cornerstones of any up and coming or long standing organization. Small organizations in particular need to equip themselves with the resources and skill sets to compete in the evolving markets. A large part of this involves capital and opportunities.Capital and a steady revenue stream are two of the cornerstones of any up and coming or long standing organization. Small organizations in particular need to equip themselves with the resources and skill sets to compete in the evolving markets. A large part of this involves capital and opportunities.

Proposed Amnesty - Trinidad and Tobago 2016

The Finance (No. 2) Bill 2016, proposes a tax amnesty for taxes and other liabilities that were due and payable up to December 2015. The amnesty would include the waiver of interest, penalties and other liabilities on late filings and late payments on: income tax, corporation tax, withholding tax, business levy, petroleum tax and value added tax.

Expanding your business into the Trinidad and Tobago market: What you need to know

Trinidad and Tobago is at an exciting time in its development and is well poised to be the location of choice for foreign direct investment. Consistent with the global trend, we are witnessing in Trinidad and Tobago businesses large and small directing their energy and resources toward core activities, in pursuit of their unique competitive advantage.

InvesTT

Investing in Trinidad and Tobago


Gain insight into the business landscape with InvesTT, Trinidad and Tobago’s government promotional agency. This Unit is responsible for leading activities in targeting, attracting and securing local, regional and international direct investment to Trinidad and Tobago’s targeted growth sectors.

TTIFC

Trinidad and Tobago International Financial Center

For Financial Services, read more on Trinidad and Tobago as the regional financial center and TTIFC’s efforts to attract and facilitate foreign direct investment in the Financial Services Sector.

TTFZC

Trinidad and Tobago Free Zones Company Limited

The Free Zones Programme has been designed to attract export-oriented businesses both Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) and local investors; as part of the Government's diversification drive.