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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…

How to Avoid Unwanted Tax Season Trouble

Tax time is mandatory, and no one is above it. Every year, businesses in the Philippines are required to submit tax returns to the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR). Filing taxes enable them to know if they owe additional taxes or eligible for tax returns. For those who don’t pay their taxes, it’s against the law to do so. In the Philippines, tax evasion cases, once proven guilty, can lead to a fine between ranging from ₱30,000 to ₱100,000, different…

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…

How Filipino SMEs and Startups Can Streamline Their Financial Book Management

As a Filipino business owner of either an SME or startup, it’s common to see that financial book management is a chore, tedious, and a pain. But, to be frank, it’s actually extremely important. Not only does it make tax time easier, recording your transactions make it easier to look back and track your financial activities. Managing your business’ financial books is an obligation, and here are tips on how you can streamline your financial book management.   Avoid Procrastination…