‘Other issues might take precedence over this, but that doesn’t mean we can’t push for it…. All rights are important,’ Cogencia chief executive officer Paulo Edrosolano says
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses the taxes imposed on the food we eat
The 1st Coffee Cup of Distinction Awards are handed out to those who have set standards and inspired new players in the coffee industry
Are exporters required to pay value-added tax? The Philippine Tax Whiz explains.
The Philippine Tax Whiz explains the taxes that importers should pay, including the value-added tax on imported goods and certain exemptions
The Philippine Tax Whiz answers questions about excise tax on sugar-sweetened beverages
Common carriers tax, percentage tax, or value-added tax? The Philippine Tax Whiz explains.
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses the impact of the Trabaho bill to ordinary taxpayers
The Philippine Tax Whiz explains when to register as a VAT or non-VAT taxpayer, for the self-employed and professionals
The Philippine Tax Whiz answers the frequently asked questions of self-employed individuals and professionals
The Philippine Tax Whiz talks about the top violations of food businesses and the compromise penalties
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses the guidelines for the issuance of receipts, plus the violations
The Philippine Tax Whiz explains the taxes you need to pay when you franchise a business
Forbes says Kylie Cosmetics has already sold more than $630 million worth of makeup
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses the grounds for suspension and closure of businesses due to non-compliance with tax regulations
The Philippine Tax Whiz clarifies the imposition of surcharge, interest, and compromise penalty for filing an amended tax return
The Philippine Tax Whiz explains the impact of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law on the prices of automobiles
While their parents generally went straight into public sector jobs after graduation, the job market for Iraqi youths has become starkly different in the post-Saddam Hussein era
Sitting atop the world's largest reserves of crude, Venezuela – once Latin America's richest country – is now a state of millionaires, but the millions are in bolivars and practically worthless
The Philippine Tax Whiz lets us know about provisions in the TRAIN law meant to help the poorest of the population
The Philippine Tax Whiz answers taxpayers' key questions on the filing of annual income tax returns
The young and digitally adept Philippine freelance market encompasses around 2% of the population and is expected to grow further, according to a new study by PayPal
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas says the new coins will coexist with the old coins in circulation
Socioeconomic and educational factors are not the only barriers that can hold back employees. Company cultures that do not foster diversity and equality can hold back workers as well.
While the country’s ranking as the top country to invest by media firm US News may be subjective, economists are nonetheless optimistic that last year’s strong foreign investment flows will continue this year
The number of Filipinos on the list drops from 14 last year to 12 this year, but their combined net worth increases from $45.8 billion to $55.2 billion
The Philippine Tax Whiz answers questions about withholding tax following the implementation of the tax reform law
This is after property demand from the BPO sector dropped by 26% in take-up to 385,000 sqm in 2017, from 485,000 sqm in 2016, says Leechiu Property Consultants
'With income tax collections expected to drop due to the implementation of TRAIN, this year will be extra challenging for the Bureau of Internal Revenue'
The Philippine Tax Whiz lists down the criteria which self-employed individuals or professionals must meet to qualify for the 8% flat tax rate
The Philippine Tax Whiz reminds employers that they should release BIR Form 2316 to employees by Wednesday, January 31
The Philippine Tax Whiz answers questions on the new excise tax on cosmetic surgery
The Department of Information and Communication Technology (DICT) has a tall order from the Philippine president: Launch a major 3rd telecom player by March 2018. Prospective entrants think the timeline is too short.
The Philippine Tax Whiz explains what the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law is all about
Research shows Filipinos are most likely to believe businesses have a responsibility to ensure their supply chain doesn’t harm the environment
The country's conglomerates have acquired everything from digital payment tech to coal power plants this year, as they acquire the tools they hope will shape the economy’s future
This survey by a Singapore-based company also shows it is easier for women than men to haggle in the Philippines
UnionBank’s ongoing digital transformation involves a complete overhaul of its technology processes and work culture
You can acquire a Cyprus passport, and have access to the wider EU, in as little as 6 to 12 months with a 2-million euro investment
Do you own a micro business or interested starting one soon? Apply for BMBE accreditation and enjoy its benefits.
A study by the Boston Consulting Group shows Metro Manila motorists and commuters get stuck in traffic for an average of 66 minutes daily
The Philippine Tax Whiz proposes a flat tax rate based on gross for small businesses
The JG Summit founder says the conglomerate has maintained its core values and long-term vision even as it went public and reached out to global markets
A World Bank study finds that more firms have difficulty looking for workers 'with appropriate socioemotional skills'
The Philippine Tax Whiz proposes a salary tax exclusive to employees
Maria Fe Perez-Agudo, head of the Philippine arm of Korean carmaker Hyundai, shares her experience of male bosses intimidating her
On the sidelines of the 31st ASEAN Summit in Manila, some of the region's most prominent businessmen get the chance to meet and network together
Malaysian banking giant CIMB Group seeks a license to operate in the Philippines to complete its market positioning as an 'ASEAN bank'
Following China's lead, Japan is starting to aggressively invest in startups in Southeast Asia, creating opportunities mainly for firms focused on the Internet of Things and healthcare
Under the ASEAN Mentorship for Entrepreneurs Network (AMEN), the entrepreneurs will be given knowledge and tools to penetrate global value chains