BIR Monitor Issue No.
|Vol. 21 No. 6||Revenue officials and employees, led by Commissioner Caesar R. Dulay and the Deputy Commissioners, celebrated the 115th Founding Anniversary of the BIR on August 1 to 2, 2019.|
|Vol. 21 No. 5||Problems with the ownership of inherited properties due to unpaid Estate Taxes can now be settled through the government’s offer of Estate Tax Amnesty under Republic Act (RA) No. 11213 (Tax Amnesty Act).|
|Vol. 21 No. 4||Starting April 24, 2019 until April 24, 2020, qualified taxpayers with tax delinquencies are given the chance to clean their tax records and avoid facing possible criminal charges and stiff penalties through availment of the Tax Amnesty on Delinquencies being offered by the government under Republic Act (RA) No. 11213 (Tax Amnesty Act).|
|Vol. 21 No. 3||To make the filing of the annual Income Tax Return (ITR) easier for taxpayers, the BIR has issued new and simplified Forms, which were announced and circularized in several revenue issuances.|
|Vol. 21 No. 2||Commissioner Caesar R. Dulay, together with the Deputy Commissioners, spearheaded the conduct of the 2019 BIR National Tax Campaign Kick-off on February 1, 2019 at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City with this year’s theme “Para Sa Inyo, Maging Tapat Tayo - Serbisyong Tapat, Buwis na Sapat.”|
|Vol. 21 No. 1||
Starting January 1, 2019, the sale of drugs and medicines prescribed for the treatment and/or prevention of diabetes, high cholesterol and hypertension is exempt from the 12% VAT.