In-Depth Discussion Series: Tax Compliance, Annualization, Investigation, CITIRA

In-Depth Discussion Series: Tax Compliance, Annualization, Investigation, CITIRA

InCorp Philippines, together with Carpo Law & Associates and AHC Certified Public Accountants, conducted an event titled, “In-Depth Discussion Series: Tax Compliance, Annualization, Investigation and Remedies, and the Future of CITIRA” held on November 15 at the KMC, Net Quad, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City.

Mr. Mark Joseph Pizaña, Associate Director of AHC Certified Public Accountants, discussed an overview and reminder of the monthly, quarterly, and annual filing requirements of the BIR.

Ms. Mary Jane Jong-Luarez, Assistant Manager for Payroll of InCorp Philippines, presented the updates and tips on the tax annualization process in the Philippines.

Atty. Jon Exekiel Leveriza, Associate at Carpo Law & Associates, exhausted the details of the Corporate Income Tax and Incentives Rationalization Act (CITIRA), formerly known as the Tax Reform for Attracting Better and High-quality Opportunities or TRABAHO bill. The discussion included the changes in tax incentives granted to qualified enterprises and the possible cut in corporate income tax rates.

Atty. Czarina Danielle Eseque, Associate at Carpo Law & Associates, provided a comprehensive legal discussion on the general defense that taxpayers and corporations can use to mitigate or anticipate any tax issue they might encounter. She also discussed the audit procedures of the BIR and provided a run-through on different issuances from the agency, such as the Letter of Authority, and specific Notices, Appeals, and Petitions.

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  • Trisha Alexis Maingat

    Trisha Alexis Maingat is a Digital Marketing and Communications Specialist of InCorp Philippines. She focuses on basic Search Engine Optimization, Google Analytics, Social and Digital Media Campaigns, and Marketing Strategies. She handles social media platforms, and events management for internal and external communication, and affiliate Chambers of Commerce.

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