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#AskTheTaxWhiz: BIR Deadlines, etc.

January 18, 2017

The Philippine Tax Whiz reminds all businesses and professionals of a number of BIR deadlines this January and other requirements for renewal of business permit. I have a startup company which was registered last year. Is it true that even if I have not fully operated my business I will comply with all the BIR […]

Tax restructuring 101

November 28, 2016

Convenience of taxpayers must be the government’s top priority. Promoting honesty and integrity in paying taxes must be at the core of the genuine tax reform in the Philippines—a simpler, fairer and more efficient tax system as described earlier by Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III. The convenience of taxpayers must also be the highest priority […]

#AskTheTaxWhiz: Top 10 common violations of startups

Tax Academy
November 13, 2016

The Tax Whiz sums up the most common violations of startups and the corresponding penalties. In connection with the top 10 frequently asked tax questions startups ask, here’s the other side: the most common tax violations and what startups could lose. In relation to BIR registration requirements: 1. Failure to register the business with BIR […]

#AskTheTaxWhiz: Top 10 frequently asked tax questions by startups

DTI Seal of Honesty
November 3, 2016

The Tax Whiz tackles everything entrepreneurs need to know about taxes, including whether taxes are due even if a company is unprofitable, local business taxes, and important deadlines. 1. What are the taxes I need to pay as a startup? There are at least 3 types of taxes you need to pay: (1) income tax […]

Events

Philippine Tax Congress: A Dialogue on Tax Reform for Inclusive Growth

Philippine Tax Congress
September 30, 2016

  The last comprehensive tax reform in the Philippines happened thirty years ago and there were several attempts to improve the current tax system. Now that there’s a new administration, there is an opportunity to pass and implement a meaningful tax reform with all the stakeholders included in the process. This triggered the initiative from […]

Seal of Honesty

As business owners and executives of established companies in the Philippines, we acknowledge our company's responsibility to lead by example in the fight against corruption and to promote a culture of honesty and integrity in doing business.

While the government has its own initiatives to improve the revenue collection system of the country, we realize those initiatives cannot succeed without doing our fair share to complement those reforms by paying the right taxes, supporting an advocacy for genuine tax reform, and committing to ethical business practices and good corporate governance by supporting the Integrity Initiative.

SEAL OF HONESTY is a certification program by CSR Philippines to promote a culture of honesty and integrity in paying taxes. The Seal of Honesty supports and complements the Integrity Pledge signed by professionals and corporations for ethical and corporate good governance. It includes a 3-year citizen tax planning to improve the voluntary compliance of qualified individual and corporate taxpayers allowing them to declare true profit and pay the right taxes without the unnecessary burden of penalties and compromises.

It aims to build a community of honest taxpayers recognized by the government for their significant contributions in nation building by paying their taxes correctly. As an incentive, we hope concerned government agencies like BIR, DTI will give incentives to them e.g., green lane, no penalty, no audit and express or automatic tax clearance for government bidding etc.


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