Filing your institution’s taxes is unavoidable even during a pandemic. As such, handling of tax is a critical function of any business operations. Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, many establishments are facing challenges in sustaining their finances to keep afloat while complying with the tax obligations. The government has initiated various sustainability programs to aid businesses.
What are the recent BIR regulations and rulings in tax filings? What are the best practices in handling tax obligations? How would schools cope with the new normal in filing returns and complying with other mandatory filings?
Join us in another webinar featuring the ins and outs of the new normal in BIR Tax compliance.
Atty. Willie B. Santiago, CPA is currently the Director of the Tax and Corporate Services Division of the Diaz Murillo Dalupan and Company. He joined the Tax and Corporate Services Division (TACS) of the company in 2006 as Assistant Tax Manager handling contest of tax assessment and tax compliance review engagements. He handled numerous tax assessment engagements involving non-stock, non-profit educational institutions, brokerage, charter flights/airline, other industries, and service types of business operations ranging from small to medium-size and multinational companies. He also handled personal civil, criminal, and labor cases. He is a member of the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA), the Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) Makati Chapter, and the Tax Management Association of the Philippines (TMAP)