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Gov’t says 84% of taxes in 2019 collected via e-channels

The Department of Finance (DOF) said tax payments made through electronic channels last year amounted to P1.8 trillion, which was 84 percent of the total collections of the BIR.

‘Cash-strapped’ PH gov’t moves to impose digital tax amid pandemic

Badly needing revenues to arrest the slide of the local economy, the government is moving to introduce tax on the digital economy, particularly on video-streaming companies and large online sellers.

Presidential adviser pushes for delayed registration of online sellers

The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) said online business owners won’t pay taxes if their earnings do not exceed P250,000 annually.

BIR asked to ‘withdraw, re-write’ memo taxing online sellers

Sen. Risa Hontiveros on Wednesday, June 17, urged the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) to “withdraw, review, and re-write” its memorandum circular on the...

Gov’t tax on online sellers ill-timed and insensitive, says solon

Sen. Sherwin Gatchalian has asked the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) to defer its plan to impose taxes on small-time online sellers amid the Covid-19 pandemic, saying that the proposed taxation at the height of the economic and health crisis is ill-timed and insensitive.

PayMaya pitches cashless option for BIR, SSS payments

Government agencies such as the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) and the Social Security System (SSS) have announced a final extension for tax filing and membership dues, respectively, until June 15, 2020.

Gov’t readying plan to slap VAT on Netflix, digital services

The Department of Finance and the Bureau of Internal Revenue are currently crafting regulations and designing a system to collect VAT on digital transactions to help the government raise revenues.

PayMaya waives fees for BIR tax payments until May 31

With the income tax filing deadline extended to May 15, 2020, many Filipinos who are stuck at home because of the public health situation can pay their taxes early via the Pay Bills section of the PayMaya app on their phone.

BIR adds PayMaya as cashless option for paying taxes

PayMaya said it will also be soon enabling the BIR with a capability to accept payments from PayMaya users using only their mobile numbers through the BIR website, as well as a facility to allow Filipinos to pay taxes using any credit, debit, or prepaid card.

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