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Rev & Tax director speaks to Rotarians

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Rev & Tax director John Camacho appeared before island Rotarians today giving them an update on what he and his staff are doing to improve collections. "Our collection effort is always a problem because of our resources. The governor has given DRT 30 positions to actually go out and aggressively enforce collections."

Camacho said so far he has recruited five revenue officers and four revenue agents to help conduct audits and collections. Meanwhile in terms of implementing revenue enhancements, he said they were looking at the possibility of raising the fees for drivers license renewals anywhere between $25 to $45.

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