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!
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
This blog had been receiving a lot of queries about on-line SEC registration. However, sad to say the SEC i-Register only offers reservation of your proposed company name or selected name for a non-stock or your desired name for a certain corporation for a particular industry.
A copy of alert from the Auditing and Assurance Standards Council (AASC) has been in my inbox a week ago and its only now that I find time to write for this blog about another topic. Anyhow, I am sharing you this alert for your information and reference. Find time to download and read this … Continue reading The AASC alert and the RR 15-2010
What is QAR Program? The Quality Assurance Review (QAR ) Program is a step for improving the credibility and reliability of financial statements audited by Philippine auditors, be it done by an individual CPA practitioner or by a large CPA firm. The program was introduced by the Board of Accountancy (BOA) in accordance with the practice of CPAs around … Continue reading The Quality Assurance Review (QAR).