The Nationwide Tax Roadshow: Know Your Taxes before the Year Ends!

posted November 14, 2018 at 11:02 am
The Nationwide Tax Roadshow continues to bring tax education all over the country. For the remaining days of November, the Philippine Tax Whiz will conduct a series of tax seminars, roundtable discussions, and Executive Tax Briefing in the provinces of Pampanga, Laoag, Bacolod, and Cavite.

This program is headed by the Center for Strategic Reforms of the Philippines (CSR Philippines), the official Think Tank of the Department of Trade & Industry and Bureau of Internal Revenue on ease of doing business. This is in partnership with Asian Consulting Group’s Tax Whiz Academy, DTI Negosyo Centers, local chapters of Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry, local media, among others.

The roadshow will stop by its first destination, Pampanga, on November 15. This will be followed by Laoag on November 19 to 20, Bacolod on November 23 to 24, and Cavite on November 28.

As a non-profit, non-government organization, CSR Philippines advocates for a genuine tax reform and MSME empowerment. Without learning about taxes, taxpayers run the risk of failing their compliance and incurring hefty penalties.

This program also sheds light on the ongoing tax reform and how small businesses can take advantage of its provisions. A prominent tax reform advocate, the Philippine Tax Whiz promotes the benefits and opportunities brought by these reforms.

In the past weeks, the Nationwide Tax Roadshow visited the provinces of Cebu, Albay, Bulacan, Vigan, and Laguna.

If you wish to partner with us in the ongoing tax roadshows or for 2019, you may contact us at [email protected] or call us via (02) 622-7720.

Topics: Nationwide Tax Roadshow
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