We came across this website showing the average yearly salary of a CPA in the Philippines. From an entry-level of P17K to an experienced CPA of P50K. Are you surprised? Don't be. The result was based only on the 182 salary profiles uploaded on the said site. Other sites may show a different figure depending … Continue reading We are looking for potential partners!
Bring your books to the Cloud
One of the best tools to leverage nowadays is cloud accounting. Its cost-efficient and saves time by keeping you constantly connected to the business. Yes, a cloud-based accounting system is cheaper as compared to desktop-based systems or on-premise that require investment such as IT hardware not to mention the cost of maintaining hardware. Further, when … Continue reading Bring your books to the Cloud
PHILIPPINES: Should I be worried??
Today, I happened to browse the Philippines economic indicators given the Covid19 cases at 31K+ "as of this writing". Yes, its about 31,825 covid19 cases to be exact, but what's funny is that my news feed is full of issues on the Anti-Terror Bill, the repatriation of OFW's, the Foreign Debt level, the Fake News … Continue reading PHILIPPINES: Should I be worried??
BIR Certificate of Registration
Revenue Memorandum Circular (RMC) No. 57-2020 As per this circular, the business / mayor's permit has been removed as one of the mandatory requirements for the BIR registration (COR) of new business in the Philippines and in line with the BIR Citizen's Charter. This is also to streamline the BIR process and improve "the" ease … Continue reading BIR Certificate of Registration
Are you a Foreign National? Do you want to work in the Philippines?
If you are a foreigner and you would like to work in the Philippines then it's a must for you to know the new guidelines for foreign nationals. Foreign Nationals who will engage in work outside of an employment arrangement are required to secure a Special Working Permit (SWP).For professional related work or services that … Continue reading Are you a Foreign National? Do you want to work in the Philippines?