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The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses why the 1st quarter ITR is important
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses what to do next if you missed the April 15 deadline for filing income tax returns
The deadline for filing income tax returns is Monday, April 15. Those who will not be able to pay on Monday will face penalties.
The Philippine Tax Whiz tells taxpayers what they need to know about filing income tax returns, which are due on Monday, April 15
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses the different methods for filing returns and paying taxes
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses the new forms for corporations and when they should file their income tax returns
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses when to use the new BIR Form Nos. 1701 and 1701A
Who are qualified for substituted filing? Find out from the Philippine Tax Whiz!
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses the new Bureau of Internal Revenue form for individuals' income tax returns
The Philippine Tax Whiz answers taxpayers' key questions on the filing of annual income tax returns
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(UPDATED) 'They still have nothing on the Chief Justice. The mere fact that it is only now that the BIR is looking into the matter shows that they saw nothing irregular,' says Sereno's spokesperson
(UPDATED) BIR Deputy Commissioner Arnel Guballa will testify on the income tax returns of Sereno in relation to her Piatco earnings
The Philippine Tax Whiz reminds employers that they should release BIR Form 2316 to employees by Wednesday, January 31
The Philippine Tax Whiz answers taxpayers key questions and reminds the public that the deadline has been moved from April 15 to April 17
The Philippines is currently a signatory to 41 tax treaties that address double taxation situations
As we approach the tax month of April check if you know enough about the Philippine tax landscape
The Philippine Tax Whiz also answers questions on business permit renewal
A former BIR examiner lists down requirements when filing income tax returns by April 15
As the BIR s April 15 deadline draws near a reader raises frequently asked questions about ITRs exemptions and deductible expenses
A former BIR examiner explains the filing of income tax returns – from paying hefty penalties to starting new businesses
We need a leader who has the political will to push forward the tax reform bills in Congress and start overhauling our outdated and overly burdensome tax code
A child of an OFW asks about the family s tax related dilemmas
A tax agent inquires on behalf of taxpayer clients who are confused over the Income Tax Return filing and related BIR regulations
The bureau also slaps tax evasion charges versus Joseph Calata who was earlier embroiled in alleged stock market manipulation
‘The government should make the payment process including the filing system not troublesome to the point that paying of taxes and filing of returns become torturing and distressing’
The extension only applies to the electronic filing but the deadline for manual filing remains April 15 says Kim Henares
Senator Bam Aquino urges the bureau to cancel penalties if taxpayers fail to use BIR’s e filing system which was introduced only on March 15
Part 2: Complying with the BIR is becoming more and more difficult and costly Do they not consider the time spent and costs incurred by taxpayers just to comply with tons of regulations they issue almost every month?
Part 1: How are we supposed to comply when nobody seems to understand the scope and implications of the new regulations BIR is imposing?
Is everyone required to file income tax return? What’s the use of filing income tax return?
In its latest Tax Watch ad the BIR asks whether flower shops are paying the right taxes
In general late filers pay 25 of tax due plus 20 interest per annum and a compromise penalty
After the ruckus over the BIR ad that depicted doctors as cheats the PMA and BIR join forces to urge Filipinos to file their income tax returns before April 15
Kim Chiu paid more taxes in 2010 than her ABS CBN employer Eugenio Lopez III who in turn was a notch higher in the top taxpayers list than Willie Revillame