By: Euney Marie J. Mata-Perez on July 18, 2019 Should input value-added tax (VAT) or VAT passed on by a taxpayer’s supplier of goods or services be allowed as a deduction from income tax, if the claim for refund or tax credit was denied or disallowed? To answer […]
By: Aziza Hannah Bacay on July 11,2019 Our present government has been pushing to liberalize foreign ownership restrictions to drive growth. Among the sectors the government is looking at to liberalize is the retail trade. It is also looking at introducing amendment to the Public Service Act (Commonwealth Act No. 146) and the Foreign Investment Act […]
By: Samantha L. Poblacion on July 5, 2019
In pursuit of its mandate to enact the implementing rules and regulations (IRR) of the Tax Amnesty Act (otherwise known as Republic Act 11213), the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) released the IRRs for availment of amnesty on estate and delinquent taxes.
By: Euney Marie J. Mata-Perez on June 27, 2019
In last week’s article, we mentioned that it has been almost 10 years since the passage of (RA 9856), or “An Act Providing the Legal Framework for Real Estate Investment Trust and for Other Purposes” (REIT Act). However, up to this date, no REIT has been established in our country.
By: Euney Marie J. Mata-Perez on June 20, 2019
First of 2 parts)
It has been almost ten years since the passage of Republic Act No. 9856, or An Act Providing the Legal Framework for Real Estate Investment Trust and for Other Purposes (REIT Act of 2009). However, up to this date, no REIT has been established in our country.