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Productivity Tips for Busy Small Business Owners

Small business owners are used to spreading themselves too thin. This makes them prone to believe that by doing many things at the same time, they are being productive. What they fail to realize is that their divided focus affects the quality of their output. Allow us to share some productivity tips to help you stay on top of things despite the busyness of your everyday work life.   Stay Healthy. Make sure that you get enough rest. Use the…

TIPS: How Philippine SMEs and Startups Can Earn More Profits in 2020

At JCSN Accounting Services, we take pride in providing efficient and precise assistance to businesses across a wide range of industries. Our commitment to helping them thrive goes beyond extending SME and startup business accounting services that enable them to make better financial decisions. We have prepared some tips that can help businesses earn more in the coming year.   Plan for the Long-Term. Your startup or SME must never be treated as a side job. Keep that in mind,…

What You Need to Know About BIR’s Computerized Accounting System

The Philippine government, through the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), requires those who fall under the large taxpayer classification to operate using a Computerized Accounting System (CAS). This is by virtue of the Revenue Regulations No. 9-2009 issued by the BIR, as an agency tasked to collect more than half of the government’s total revenues.   Who are the Large Taxpayers? The criteria used to determine which business establishment falls under the large taxpayer classification will be detailed below. It…

What SME Businesses Need to Know About the New Tax Amnesty Act of 2019

Republic Act No. 11213, otherwise known as the Tax Amnesty Act of 2019 provides tax amnesty on delinquencies as well as estate tax amnesty. Since we prepared this article to show what’s in it for SME businesses, allow us to focus exclusively on tax amnesty on delinquencies. In a nutshell, through such amnesty which covers all national internal revenue taxes, businesses with long overdue tax liabilities will finally be given a clean slate. This is because the taxes previously deemed…

Explaining The Philippine Tax Amnesty Act of 2019

The Philippine Tax Amnesty Act of 2019, also known as the Republic Act 11213 (RA 11213), allows taxpayers to avail the benefits of the Estate Tax Amnesty law. The Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte signed the act on February 14, 2019, and it already started effect on June 15, 2019.   On May 30, 2019, the released Revenue Regulations 6-2019 (RR 6-2019) that states the act will “provide the taxpayers a one-time opportunity to settle estate tax obligations through an estate…

JCSN Accounting Recognized by Xero as Bronze Partner

June 7, 2019 Paranaque City, Metro Manila – JCSN Accounting Services has been recognized by Xero as a certified Bronze Partner. Xero is a public software company that offers a cloud-based accounting software platform for small and medium-sized businesses. Xero is among the top accounting and bookkeeping software by businesses across New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Asia, Africa and the Philippines. The Xero Partner program is a certification and recognition that commends accounting firms for…

Common Accounting Mistakes and How to Avoid Them Completely

As business owners, there are many things you can’t control. Although that’s the case, there are also things you need to take control of, and one of those things is accounting. Accounting mistakes, whether small, big, or accumulated, can destroy your business from the inside. A simple miscomputation can be detrimental for the business. Accounting mistakes can happen to any business or entrepreneur. Check out this list of common accounting mistakes and how to avoid them completely.   Personal and…