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Presidents Fees. Is it a taxable income?

On August 18, 2016, Posted by , In Uncategorised, By , With Comments Off on Presidents Fees. Is it a taxable income?

Is the Presidents fees taxable? How should one account for the fees paid to community presidents? Do they always need to be justified with a receipt? These are some of the questions that face many presidents as they are paid a fee that is sometimes fixed to cover certain expenses.

The community President fees. Are they legal

On August 1, 2016, Posted by , In Community Issues,Urbytus Network, By ,,, , With Comments Off on The community President fees. Are they legal

There are lot of questions about the fees of a community president. Can they collect a fee, how much and if it is legal. In this article we answer this common question.

Innovation. Urbytus: The Home Owners Association (Communities of property owners) web platform

On July 28, 2016, Posted by , In Ali's Personal Blog,Urbytus Network, By ,,,,,,, , With Comments Off on Innovation. Urbytus: The Home Owners Association (Communities of property owners) web platform

How Urbytus came about. From idea to conception, years of patience and the final change.

The 1st Presidents Club Golf Tournament in aid of Cudeca

On November 16, 2015, Posted by , In Community Issues,Life in Spain,News from Urbytus, By ,,,,, , With Comments Off on The 1st Presidents Club Golf Tournament in aid of Cudeca

The 1st Presidents Club Golf Tournament, organized by Urbytus in aid of Cudeca on the Costa del Sol at the Marbella Club Golf Resort.

Protecting Your Trade Mark

The Presidents Club  It is a thing that often most entrepreneurs forget.  It is not just about protecting your trade mark, but also making sure that you do not use someone else’s.  Let me begin with my own story as an example.  In 2007 I embarked on a new project….

The 1st Presidents Club Golf Tournament on the Costa del Sol.

On September 28, 2015, Posted by , In Life in Spain,News from Urbytus,Urbytus Network, By ,, , With Comments Off on The 1st Presidents Club Golf Tournament on the Costa del Sol.

Urbytus would like to invite its clients and followers to an unforgettable event.  Join us for the first ever Presidents Club Golf Tournament on the 10th of November at one of the  prestigious Marbella Club Golf Resort. Join us for a fun “Texas scramble” round of Golf.  It will be a…

It is your turn to be President

Congratulations. It is your turn, your turn to be the President, your turn to run the show, … your turn to serve. To serve your neighbours and be of service to your community.  That’s what being a President is about. It is not about power and having it your way….

Who will win the next elections? I can almost guarantee you my predictions

On May 25, 2015, Posted by , In Community Issues,Costa del Sol News,Life in Spain,OCM Software,Tips for homeowners, By ,,,,, , With Comments Off on Who will win the next elections? I can almost guarantee you my predictions

It is election times again, not just in UK or Spain, but also very soon in the USA and with all the presidential campaigns; I cannot help but think of communities of properties. In fact communities of properties are pretty much the same. They have annual general meetings and elections….

How Smart is Your Community?

On May 20, 2015, Posted by , In Community Issues,Costa del Sol News,Life in Spain,OCM Software, By ,,,, , With Comments Off on How Smart is Your Community?

Today every other word you hear is Smart. Smart cars, Smart Watches and Smart Phones. So how Smart is your community? Is it really smart? Does such a thing as a Smart Community exists?

Are you ready to spice up and give LIFE to your Sunday 17th of May?!

On May 8, 2015, Posted by , In Uncategorized, By ,,,, , With Comments Off on Are you ready to spice up and give LIFE to your Sunday 17th of May?!

A few weeks ago, I met with Rocio Torres,  who is the manager of Communication & Fund Raising at Cudeca.  Our objective and aim of the meeting was how can we help Cudeca and one thing we know well that we have lots of expat clients and communities who use our