DAVAO CITY—The government’s full collection of Mighty Corporation’s civil settlement of its tax liabilities, which will amount to about P30 […]
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III has cited the strong support of the American business community for the first package of the Comprehensive Tax Reform Program (CTRP), which, he said, was submitted by the Duterte administration to the Congress for its approval as a way to help the government maintain fiscal stability, fund its ambitious infrastructure program and expand the delivery of social services to the people.
The Bureaus of Internal Revenue (BIR) and of Customs (BOC) are currently pursuing reforms in tax administration, including the use of an Internal Revenue Stamps Integrated System (IRSIS) for both cigarettes and alcohol products, to plug leakages and increase revenue collections, according to the Department of Finance (DOF).
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III has called on socially responsible young Filipinos to pay forward the opportunities given to them by joining the government service, where they can become “enablers of meaningful change” and play a key role in revolutionizing the country’s institutions of governance.
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|Total Number of Registered Cooperatives and Average Members per Cooperative||Consolidated Statement of Income and Expenditures of Local Government Units||Debt Service of the National Government|
|Detailed Report on Bureau of Internal Revenue Collections||Government Securities Holdings of Private Insurance Companies (At Cost)||Guarantees and Credit Insurance Outstanding||Investments of Private Insurance Companies (At Cost)||Guarantees and Credit Insurance Outstanding||Investments of Private Insurance Companies (At Cost)|
|National Government Cash Expenditures||National Government Cash Operation||National Government Financing|
|National Government Interest Payments||National Government Operations||National Government Revenues|
|National Government Tax Revenues||Number and Amount of Paid-up Capital Investments Contributions in Dissolved Domestic Stock Partnership and Corporations||Number of Closed Banks Under PDIC Receivership Liquidation|
|Operations of Government Financial Institutions||Operations of Social Security Institutions||Outstanding Debt of the National Government|
|Outstanding National Government Debt||Outstanding Public Sector Debt||Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation Assessment Collection|
|Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation Financial Assistance Extended||Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation Insured Deposit Claims Paid||Statement of Financial Operations of 14 Major Non-Financial Government Corporations||Status of Cash Receipts and Disbursements of Municipal Development Fund Office||Tax Credit Certificates Issued by the Department of Finance' One-Stop-Shop Tax Credit and Duty Drawback Center||Taxes and Duties Waived under Special Tax Incentives Laws|
|Total Number of Registered Cooperatives||Consolidated Statement of Financial Operations of 14 Major Non-Financial Government Corporations||Outstanding National Government Cash Balances|
|Magnitude of Tax subsidy Grant Under Tax Expenditure Fund|