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!
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??
I've been receiving quite a lot of queries on business registration abroad. Thus, this topic is for those living abroad either Filipino citizen, resident or foreigner who wanted to put up business in the Philippines. Anyhow, our company helps locals, Filipinos abroad and foreigners to start their business in the Philippines. We take note of … Continue reading Business Registration: FAQ
Doing business in the Philippines, either as single proprietorship, partnership or corporation, calls for licenses or permits from government. An investor or businessman needs to obtain a business license in the locality where he will establish his business, as well as register his business with the Department of Trade and Industry in case of sole … Continue reading SECURING BUSINESS PERMITS AND BUSINESS REGISTRATION IN THE PHILIPPINES
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