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!
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
Did you lose your original BIR form 2303 or the Certificate of Registration (COR)? That you already exerted effort but you can't find it. Or your company's BIR 2303 was caught by fire, flood or natural disaster? Well, don't worry, you can always replace the BIR Form 2303 or the BIR Certificate of Registration (COR) … Continue reading HAVE YOU LOST YOUR BIR CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION?
ATTENTION CORPORATION: There is a potentially expensive sting in the tail for pay and file taxpayers who have not yet paid & filed their 2014 second quarter corporate income tax (1702Q). Second quarter covers April, May & June 2014 and the deadline for filing is on the 28th of August or on or before 60 … Continue reading Attention Corporation: Risk of paying not less than Php10,000.00 penalty on 1702Q
Yesterday's tax filing a.k.a. Annual Income Tax Return (1702 for Corporations and Partnerships) was a total rush! Is it? Or it was a total havoc? Of course, in any system that is under a transition process will always experience some sort of glitches. Anyhow, the issuance of Revenue Memorandum Circular (RMC) No. 10-2012, the Bureau … Continue reading The BIR Rush and the eFPSyntax of 2012