Palace: Gov’t to remain relentless in campaign vs tax evaders

Palace: Gov’t to remain relentless in campaign vs tax evaders

President Rodrigo Duterte will continue to wage his relentless campaign against corruption and delinquent taxpayers, Malacañang said Saturday following the government’s P40-billion tax settlement with tobacco giant Mighty Corporation.

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Road Board on abolition call: We already addressed Alvarez concerns

The Road Board has already addressed the Commission on Audit findings on the alleged misuse of public funds, it said in response to House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez’s call for its abolition.

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Reconsider tax law on sweetened drinks, Duterte urged

Reconsider tax law on sweetened drinks, Duterte urged

A group of store and carinderia owners appealed to President Duterte and lawmakers to reconsider passing the proposed tax law on sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) because it will lead to increase in price of some sweetened products thereby gravely affecting the sector.

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SC asked to nullify Parañaque’s tax compromise deal with Wenceslao firm

SC asked to nullify Parañaque's tax compromise deal with Wenceslao firm

A former barangay official of Parañaque City has asked the Supreme Court to nullify a controversial compromise agreement entered into by Mayor Edwin Olivarez and the City Council with several companies who owed the local government P111 million in real property taxes.

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DOJ starts preliminary probe on Mighty Corp. tax evasion case

DOJ starts preliminary probe on Mighty Corp. tax evasion case

The Department of Justice (DOJ) started Thursday the preliminary investigation on the P1.39-billion tax evasion case against local cigarette maker Mighty Corporation.

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De Lima calls for probe on adverse effects of Duterte’s tax reforms

De Lima calls for probe on adverse effects of Duterte’s tax reforms

Detained Senator Leila de Lima has filed a resolution calling for a review of the possible adverse impact of the Duterte administration’s comprehensive tax reform package to millions of poor Filipino families.

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Mighty Corp asserts innocence at preliminary probe on tax case

Mighty Corp asserts innocence at preliminary probe on tax case

Cigarette firm Mighty Corporation maintained that it has not violated any law as it submitted its counter-affidavit before the Department of Justice (DOJ) in response to the P26.93-billion tax evasion case filed by the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR).

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Pacmom knocks out BIR in P1.4-M tax case

Pacmom knocks out BIR in P1.4-M tax case

The Court of Tax Appeals has cancelled the P1.4-million tax dues of Dionisia Pacquiao, the celebrity mother of boxing champion Manny Pacquiao, because the Bureau of Internal Revenue violated her right to due process. In a 26-page decision, the CTA Second Division granted Pacquiao’s petition for review against the January 2015 final decision on disputed assessment (FDDA) issued by then-Revenue Region No. 18 Director Thelma Milabao.

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