As the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) envisions to make tax compliance in the Philippines more convenient and efficient, manual filing and submission of tax returns and reports int the Philippines will soon be fading. BIR is now requiring tax compliance in computerized manner and submissions using the internet technology through the electronic BIR Forms and other internet-based applications of the BIR. Learning all this stuff would require some attention and effort to become effective to avoid misapplications leading to penalties and fines. Be updated and technically equipped with this mandatorily required eBIR Forms in the Philippines, along with the required online submission of alphalists and reports. This seminar workshop will be your gateway for such learning with the aid of our facilitators and speakers who are themselves policy conscious and on-hand operators of the same.
Package: P3,000 plus VAT per participant – Handouts/Notes and pencils/Illustrations/ BIR VAT returns/Seminar Certificate/ Lunch and snacks – a.m./p.m.. Please bring calculator.
Because everyone wanted to end the year smooth despite of the pandemic , we have to be reminded of the year-end adjustments, BIR compliance and updates before the year closes. It is important to know the tax updates implemented during the year that could have impact in our financial statements, the additional reportorial requirements to be submitted with the BIR as well as the deadline of submission. Also, year-end is the time when we ensure that our tax computations are accurate and will not trigger any assessment in the future. We also need to learn how to manage tax assets to make sure that we maximized the use of it. Learn how to save taxes by faithful compliance and don’t waste your hard earned income on paying penalties, when you have a lot of opportunities to educate.
Package: P3,500 plus VAT per participant – Handouts/Notes and pencils/Illustrations/Seminar Certificate/ Lunch and snacks – a.m./p.m. Group Rate: P3,000. plus VAT (per head minimum of 3 pax)
Recently, Philippines has become a “rising tiger’ in Asia with the boom of local economy inviting local and foreign investors to do business in the Philippines. Philippines have lots to offer when it comes to legal business entity and a choice of the type of legal business entity to register would have a great impact on the success of such business in the Philippines. As the saying goes: Start right, grow big. Gaining a deeper knowledge of the technicalities, the do’s and don’ts of each type of legal business entity in the Philippines would lead to registering an efficient and effective business structure in the Philippines as to taxes, repatriation of profits, cost efficiency, and other matters. Having this in mind, this seminar is conceptualized to explore the basic requirements and technicalities of the different types of business entities and the related rules and regulations for on their registrations with
By: Garry S. Pagaspas, CPA For a number of good reasons, Philippines has been an good location for foreign investors to do business – economic standing, consumer population, manpower quality, culture, climate, among others, and the best way to establish in the Philippines is to register a Philippine business entity appropriate to the intended operations in the Philippines – back office support, business process outsourcing in Philippines, manufacturing, service export, non-stock operations, trading and importation, etc.. Philippine likewise provides tax incentives to some industries (e.g. export oriented enterprise exporting at least 70% of its output like business process outsourcing in the Philippines) where they could enjoy an income tax holiday (ITH) for up to 8 years, 5% gross income taxation, and such other tax perks. Philippines have lots to offer when it comes to legal business entity and a choice of the type of legal business entity to register would
Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) as a tax administrator is working on target collections and tax assessment in the Philippines is a source of such collection. Tax assessment or tax examination in the Philippines comes in a number of ways and BIR is coming up with new ways and means (e.g. run after tax evaders (RATE), tax verification drives, oplan kandado, tax verification notices) to assess taxpayers and extract more needed revenues. Thus, this seminar-workshop is intended to educate participants on the basic procedures on tax assessment that they will learn how to deal with BIR tax assessments without much headaches dealing with the tax authorities.
You may not have all what it takes to master accounting, but your accounting and tax knowledge is indispensable for your entrepreneurial success. For tax purposes, simple things may mean a lot and may become a material issue. Thus, this seminar-workshop is intended to educate participants in basic BIR compliance and avoid headaches dealing with the tax authorities.
In the concept of zero-rating under the Value Added Tax (VAT) rules in the Philippines, the zero-rated taxpayer does not impose 12% value added tax (output VAT) on its sales to its clients and customers but is being passed on 12% value added tax (input VAT) in the Philippines by its suppliers of goods and services. At the end of the month or quarter, the zero-rated taxpayer accumulates more zero-rated input VAT that is allowed for input VAT refund on zero-rating in the Philippines, though, more taxpayers would just keep them on records and carry-over the amount until dissolution, or just put them to waste by writing off on the books of accounts thereby waiving any benefit of being an asset.
Package: P3,500 plus VAT per participant – Handouts/Notes and pencils/Comprehensive illustrations/ BIR VAT returns/Seminar Certificate/ Lunch and snacks – a.m./p.m..
We offer seminars and training on taxation and accounting in the Philippines at your office either based on our regular programs or based on a customized programs in line with the objective of your business organization towards improving its tax compliance and management. You can also customize your own topics that you may wish us to conduct in-house tax or accounting seminar. Below are the programs we highly recommend:
We likewise customize programs fit your your organizational needs.
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Training the newly-hired finance/ accounting employee is quiet costly especially for small businesses. In TaxAcctg Center-Ph we developed this program to give a complete package of practical trainings and ensure basic practical knowledge to the newly-hired employees.
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