Mon Abrea also known as the Philippine Tax Whiz demonstrates the power of digital as a platform for change
Reforming the Bureau of Internal Revenue and overhauling the 19 year old tax system is a challenge for the next administration says tax reform advocate Mon Abrea
What should I do to get started on formal taxes? Can the youth be catalysts for genuine tax reform?
We need a leader who has the political will to push forward the tax reform bills in Congress and start overhauling our outdated and overly burdensome tax code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 reader asks whether we can still trust Daang Matuwid and what are the legal ways to avoid taxes
A diehard fan asks what s in it for fellow AlDub fans if they support the clamor for tax reform
A child of an OFW asks about the family s tax related dilemmas
Mr Tax Whiz tells ignorant taxpayer that bribing BIR examiners is wrong Not paying the right taxes is even worse
An ignorant taxpayer asks Is there a legal way of dealing with BIR without compromises?
Given the more than 357 tax evasion cases filed by BIR I am honestly doubtful if tax avoidance is even possible
A tax agent inquires on behalf of taxpayer clients who are confused over the Income Tax Return filing and related BIR regulations
Why are they asking me to pay taxes more than my actual income in 2012?
Is there a penalty? What else do we need to do?
What happens if I failed to renew?
Do I have any liability if they did not remit?
Can I register a foundation for tax exemption purposes?
Are all employees eligible to get a refund? Also what is a VAT refund?
My in laws gave us an apartment and a brand new car as wedding gifts Will these be subject to tax as well?
Are bribes or gains from corruption taxable? Can those who give bribe money claim it as deductible expense?
How do I avoid an open case? Am I still required to file returns even without any tax due?
Government workers have asked the Supreme Court to stop the BIR from imposing what they say are new taxes on their benefits
It is not the nature of expense that matters but its use or purpose
If you don’t the 12 VAT goes to the pocket of the businessman