Sarah to ‘serenade’ Manila taxpayers

by Jun Vallecera (16Feb10)Sarah to ‘serenade’ Manila taxpayers

Economy

Written by Jun Vallecera / Reporter
Tuesday, 16 February 2010 20:09

THE Revenue Region of Manila led by Director Alfredo Misajon will highlight on Tuesday its annual tax-campaign program in ceremonies to be graced by television and cinema personalities, led by young singer Sarah Geronimo and actor/host Paolo Paraiso.

Authorities hope their celebrity glitter would lift morale among Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) personnel tasked with collecting a total of P830 billion this year.

Finance Secretary Margarito Teves, BIR chief Joel Tan-Torres and Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim are to launch the program at the SM Mall San Lazaro branch as the opening activity to a program culminating on April 15, the deadline of the filing of income-tax returns.

Revenue officer Ted Huelva of Revenue Region 6 in Manila said by telephone that the kick-off program aims to generate taxpayer awareness that it pays to file one’s tax return for taxable year 2009 well ahead of time.

Filing the tax return before the April 15 deadline spares taxpayers the hassle and stress associated with meeting an immovable object.

“Pay your taxes early and avoid the long queues that accompany late filers every year,” Huelva said.

According to him, the Manila revenue office generates billions of pesos for the national coffers with the Sta. Cruz area, the smallest in the district, generating at least P2 billion every year.

Tan-Torres had earlier been tasked to collect P830 billion this year to help limit the budget deficit to within P293 billion.

Tan-Torres, who inherited the job after Sixto Esquivias IV quit the post last year, might have missed his 2009 collection goal of P798.5 billion.

Unofficial estimates showed the BIR collected only P743.4 billion last year, or 7 percent less than expected.

Huelva also said the BIR’s Project Valentine, which targeted the district’s hotel and motel establishments, was off to a good start.

Establishment owners were spared the presence of BIR personnel on Valentine’s Day and were instead sent letters urging the industry to provide the agency with data on room types, number of rooms and their room rates for tax purposes.

Letters were sent to industry members on Friday and they have 10 days from receipt to provide the BIR with data validated against filings in 2008.

Establishments showing reasonable returns on specific data sought by the BIR will be spared the trouble of an agency audit, Huelva said.


http://businessmirror.com.ph/index.php?opt...y&Itemid=60


This is a GOOD NEWS!!!! Sa mga may atraso sa BIR, gayahin dapat si Bebe Sarah...sa palagay ko naman di kukunin si Bebe Sarah kung hindi siya 'modelong taxpayer'....he...he....go! go! go! Bebe Sarah!!!! peacecirclesmaller.gif alt=':peacecirclesmaller:' />

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  • edited 11:55AM
    aimy wrote on Feb 16 2010, 01:26 PM:
    Sarah to ‘serenade’ Manila taxpayers

    Economy

    Written by Jun Vallecera / Reporter
    Tuesday, 16 February 2010 20:09

    THE Revenue Region of Manila led by Director Alfredo Misajon will highlight on Tuesday its annual tax-campaign program in ceremonies to be graced by television and cinema personalities, led by young singer Sarah Geronimo and actor/host Paolo Paraiso.

    Authorities hope their celebrity glitter would lift morale among Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) personnel tasked with collecting a total of P830 billion this year.

    Finance Secretary Margarito Teves, BIR chief Joel Tan-Torres and Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim are to launch the program at the SM Mall San Lazaro branch as the opening activity to a program culminating on April 15, the deadline of the filing of income-tax returns.

    Revenue officer Ted Huelva of Revenue Region 6 in Manila said by telephone that the kick-off program aims to generate taxpayer awareness that it pays to file one’s tax return for taxable year 2009 well ahead of time.

    Filing the tax return before the April 15 deadline spares taxpayers the hassle and stress associated with meeting an immovable object.

    “Pay your taxes early and avoid the long queues that accompany late filers every year,” Huelva said.

    According to him, the Manila revenue office generates billions of pesos for the national coffers with the Sta. Cruz area, the smallest in the district, generating at least P2 billion every year.

    Tan-Torres had earlier been tasked to collect P830 billion this year to help limit the budget deficit to within P293 billion.

    Tan-Torres, who inherited the job after Sixto Esquivias IV quit the post last year, might have missed his 2009 collection goal of P798.5 billion.

    Unofficial estimates showed the BIR collected only P743.4 billion last year, or 7 percent less than expected.

    Huelva also said the BIR’s Project Valentine, which targeted the district’s hotel and motel establishments, was off to a good start.

    Establishment owners were spared the presence of BIR personnel on Valentine’s Day and were instead sent letters urging the industry to provide the agency with data on room types, number of rooms and their room rates for tax purposes.

    Letters were sent to industry members on Friday and they have 10 days from receipt to provide the BIR with data validated against filings in 2008.

    Establishments showing reasonable returns on specific data sought by the BIR will be spared the trouble of an agency audit, Huelva said.


    http://businessmirror.com.ph/index.php?opt...y&Itemid=60


    This is a GOOD NEWS!!!! Sa mga may atraso sa BIR, gayahin dapat si Bebe Sarah...sa palagay ko naman di kukunin si Bebe Sarah kung hindi siya 'modelong taxpayer'....he...he....go! go! go! Bebe Sarah!!!! peacecirclesmaller.gif


    sosyalin si bebe. hehe. thanks po
  • edited 11:55AM
    Sarah to ‘serenade’ Manila taxpayers
    Economy
    Written by Jun Vallecera / Reporter
    Tuesday, 16 February 2010 20:09

    Link

    THE Revenue Region of Manila led by Director Alfredo Misajon will highlight on Tuesday its annual tax-campaign program in ceremonies to be graced by television and cinema personalities, led by young singer Sarah Geronimo and actor/host Paolo Paraiso.

    Authorities hope their celebrity glitter would lift morale among Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) personnel tasked with collecting a total of P830 billion this year.



    Finance Secretary Margarito Teves, BIR chief Joel Tan-Torres and Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim are to launch the program at the SM Mall San Lazaro branch as the opening activity to a program culminating on April 15, the deadline of the filing of income-tax returns.

    Revenue officer Ted Huelva of Revenue Region 6 in Manila said by telephone that the kick-off program aims to generate taxpayer awareness that it pays to file one’s tax return for taxable year 2009 well ahead of time.

    Filing the tax return before the April 15 deadline spares taxpayers the hassle and stress associated with meeting an immovable object.

    “Pay your taxes early and avoid the long queues that accompany late filers every year,” Huelva said.

    According to him, the Manila revenue office generates billions of pesos for the national coffers with the Sta. Cruz area, the smallest in the district, generating at least P2 billion every year.

    Tan-Torres had earlier been tasked to collect P830 billion this year to help limit the budget deficit to within P293 billion.

    Tan-Torres, who inherited the job after Sixto Esquivias IV quit the post last year, might have missed his 2009 collection goal of P798.5 billion.

    Unofficial estimates showed the BIR collected only P743.4 billion last year, or 7 percent less than expected.

    Huelva also said the BIR’s Project Valentine, which targeted the district’s hotel and motel establishments, was off to a good start.

    Establishment owners were spared the presence of BIR personnel on Valentine’s Day and were instead sent letters urging the industry to provide the agency with data on room types, number of rooms and their room rates for tax purposes.

    Letters were sent to industry members on Friday and they have 10 days from receipt to provide the BIR with data validated against filings in 2008.
    Establishments showing reasonable returns on specific data sought by the BIR will be spared the trouble of an agency audit, Huelva said.

    Paki-check na po if wala pang nag-post. Thanks!
  • edited 11:55AM
    arcangel wrote on Feb 17 2010, 04:10 AM:
    Sarah to ‘serenade’ Manila taxpayers
    Economy
    Written by Jun Vallecera / Reporter
    Tuesday, 16 February 2010 20:09

    Link

    THE Revenue Region of Manila led by Director Alfredo Misajon will highlight on Tuesday its annual tax-campaign program in ceremonies to be graced by television and cinema personalities, led by young singer Sarah Geronimo and actor/host Paolo Paraiso.

    Authorities hope their celebrity glitter would lift morale among Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) personnel tasked with collecting a total of P830 billion this year.



    Finance Secretary Margarito Teves, BIR chief Joel Tan-Torres and Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim are to launch the program at the SM Mall San Lazaro branch as the opening activity to a program culminating on April 15, the deadline of the filing of income-tax returns.

    Revenue officer Ted Huelva of Revenue Region 6 in Manila said by telephone that the kick-off program aims to generate taxpayer awareness that it pays to file one’s tax return for taxable year 2009 well ahead of time.

    Filing the tax return before the April 15 deadline spares taxpayers the hassle and stress associated with meeting an immovable object.

    “Pay your taxes early and avoid the long queues that accompany late filers every year,” Huelva said.

    According to him, the Manila revenue office generates billions of pesos for the national coffers with the Sta. Cruz area, the smallest in the district, generating at least P2 billion every year.

    Tan-Torres had earlier been tasked to collect P830 billion this year to help limit the budget deficit to within P293 billion.

    Tan-Torres, who inherited the job after Sixto Esquivias IV quit the post last year, might have missed his 2009 collection goal of P798.5 billion.

    Unofficial estimates showed the BIR collected only P743.4 billion last year, or 7 percent less than expected.

    Huelva also said the BIR’s Project Valentine, which targeted the district’s hotel and motel establishments, was off to a good start.

    Establishment owners were spared the presence of BIR personnel on Valentine’s Day and were instead sent letters urging the industry to provide the agency with data on room types, number of rooms and their room rates for tax purposes.

    Letters were sent to industry members on Friday and they have 10 days from receipt to provide the BIR with data validated against filings in 2008.
    Establishments showing reasonable returns on specific data sought by the BIR will be spared the trouble of an agency audit, Huelva said.

    Paki-check na po if wala pang nag-post. Thanks!


    sign lang yan na tax payer si ate sg.. hehehe
    thanks po for sharing [img]https://sarahgeronimo.com/uploads/ipb/style_emoticons/legacy/SG Picture Picture.png ][/img]
  • edited 11:55AM
    aimy wrote on Feb 16 2010, 02:26 PM:
    Sarah to ‘serenade’ Manila taxpayers

    Economy

    Written by Jun Vallecera / Reporter
    Tuesday, 16 February 2010 20:09

    THE Revenue Region of Manila led by Director Alfredo Misajon will highlight on Tuesday its annual tax-campaign program in ceremonies to be graced by television and cinema personalities, led by young singer Sarah Geronimo and actor/host Paolo Paraiso.

    Authorities hope their celebrity glitter would lift morale among Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) personnel tasked with collecting a total of P830 billion this year.

    Finance Secretary Margarito Teves, BIR chief Joel Tan-Torres and Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim are to launch the program at the SM Mall San Lazaro branch as the opening activity to a program culminating on April 15, the deadline of the filing of income-tax returns.

    Revenue officer Ted Huelva of Revenue Region 6 in Manila said by telephone that the kick-off program aims to generate taxpayer awareness that it pays to file one’s tax return for taxable year 2009 well ahead of time.

    Filing the tax return before the April 15 deadline spares taxpayers the hassle and stress associated with meeting an immovable object.

    “Pay your taxes early and avoid the long queues that accompany late filers every year,” Huelva said.

    According to him, the Manila revenue office generates billions of pesos for the national coffers with the Sta. Cruz area, the smallest in the district, generating at least P2 billion every year.

    Tan-Torres had earlier been tasked to collect P830 billion this year to help limit the budget deficit to within P293 billion.

    Tan-Torres, who inherited the job after Sixto Esquivias IV quit the post last year, might have missed his 2009 collection goal of P798.5 billion.

    Unofficial estimates showed the BIR collected only P743.4 billion last year, or 7 percent less than expected.

    Huelva also said the BIR’s Project Valentine, which targeted the district’s hotel and motel establishments, was off to a good start.

    Establishment owners were spared the presence of BIR personnel on Valentine’s Day and were instead sent letters urging the industry to provide the agency with data on room types, number of rooms and their room rates for tax purposes.

    Letters were sent to industry members on Friday and they have 10 days from receipt to provide the BIR with data validated against filings in 2008.

    Establishments showing reasonable returns on specific data sought by the BIR will be spared the trouble of an agency audit, Huelva said.


    http://businessmirror.com.ph/index.php?opt...y&Itemid=60


    This is a GOOD NEWS!!!! Sa mga may atraso sa BIR, gayahin dapat si Bebe Sarah...sa palagay ko naman di kukunin si Bebe Sarah kung hindi siya 'modelong taxpayer'....he...he....go! go! go! Bebe Sarah!!!! peacecirclesmaller.gif



    wow!!,,

    thnx for sharing.=)
  • edited 11:55AM
    Talagang mabenta si SG..... nakakatuwa naman kc kahit hindi sya maingay gaya ng iba saying they are number 1 tax payer in showbiz eh si Sarah pa din kinuha nila as a come on in BIR's program. It only shows effective sya at mas pinaniniwalaan among other artists. GO, GO, GO SG!!!!!!!!! 29.jpg
  • DeeDee
    edited 11:55AM
    Wow nmn galing nmn, si Sarah ang kinuha, well good choice nmn kau jan BIR.
    hnd kau magsisisi na si Sarah kunaha niyo kasi nmn magaling sumunod sa batas yan si Sarah
    kaya nga minamahal yan ng lahat eh, pati na gobyerno kasi hnd xa pasaway!!!
  • edited 11:55AM
    Thanks for sharing!
  • edited February 2010
    tnx for sHaring.

    iLove Sarah Geronimo.
    [img]https://sarahgeronimo.com/uploads/ipb/style_emoticons/legacy/SCQ Karate Kid.png ][/img]
  • edited 11:55AM
    iloveasher wrote on Feb 16 2010, 06:11 PM:
    aimy wrote on Feb 16 2010, 01:26 PM:
    Sarah to ‘serenade’ Manila taxpayers

    Economy

    Written by Jun Vallecera / Reporter
    Tuesday, 16 February 2010 20:09

    THE Revenue Region of Manila led by Director Alfredo Misajon will highlight on Tuesday its annual tax-campaign program in ceremonies to be graced by television and cinema personalities, led by young singer Sarah Geronimo and actor/host Paolo Paraiso.

    Authorities hope their celebrity glitter would lift morale among Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) personnel tasked with collecting a total of P830 billion this year.

    Finance Secretary Margarito Teves, BIR chief Joel Tan-Torres and Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim are to launch the program at the SM Mall San Lazaro branch as the opening activity to a program culminating on April 15, the deadline of the filing of income-tax returns.

    Revenue officer Ted Huelva of Revenue Region 6 in Manila said by telephone that the kick-off program aims to generate taxpayer awareness that it pays to file one’s tax return for taxable year 2009 well ahead of time.

    Filing the tax return before the April 15 deadline spares taxpayers the hassle and stress associated with meeting an immovable object.

    “Pay your taxes early and avoid the long queues that accompany late filers every year,” Huelva said.

    According to him, the Manila revenue office generates billions of pesos for the national coffers with the Sta. Cruz area, the smallest in the district, generating at least P2 billion every year.

    Tan-Torres had earlier been tasked to collect P830 billion this year to help limit the budget deficit to within P293 billion.

    Tan-Torres, who inherited the job after Sixto Esquivias IV quit the post last year, might have missed his 2009 collection goal of P798.5 billion.

    Unofficial estimates showed the BIR collected only P743.4 billion last year, or 7 percent less than expected.

    Huelva also said the BIR’s Project Valentine, which targeted the district’s hotel and motel establishments, was off to a good start.

    Establishment owners were spared the presence of BIR personnel on Valentine’s Day and were instead sent letters urging the industry to provide the agency with data on room types, number of rooms and their room rates for tax purposes.

    Letters were sent to industry members on Friday and they have 10 days from receipt to provide the BIR with data validated against filings in 2008.

    Establishments showing reasonable returns on specific data sought by the BIR will be spared the trouble of an agency audit, Huelva said.


    http://businessmirror.com.ph/index.php?opt...y&Itemid=60


    This is a GOOD NEWS!!!! Sa mga may atraso sa BIR, gayahin dapat si Bebe Sarah...sa palagay ko naman di kukunin si Bebe Sarah kung hindi siya 'modelong taxpayer'....he...he....go! go! go! Bebe Sarah!!!! peacecirclesmaller.gif


    sosyalin si bebe. hehe. thanks po

    Grabe hah!!!! so may macoment pa ba iba dyan hah!!!! Popsters lang ang may idol na ganyan!! love u sarah!
  • edited 11:55AM
    aimy wrote on Feb 16 2010, 01:26 PM:
    Sarah to ‘serenade’ Manila taxpayers

    Economy

    Written by Jun Vallecera / Reporter
    Tuesday, 16 February 2010 20:09

    THE Revenue Region of Manila led by Director Alfredo Misajon will highlight on Tuesday its annual tax-campaign program in ceremonies to be graced by television and cinema personalities, led by young singer Sarah Geronimo and actor/host Paolo Paraiso.

    Authorities hope their celebrity glitter would lift morale among Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) personnel tasked with collecting a total of P830 billion this year.

    Finance Secretary Margarito Teves, BIR chief Joel Tan-Torres and Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim are to launch the program at the SM Mall San Lazaro branch as the opening activity to a program culminating on April 15, the deadline of the filing of income-tax returns.

    Revenue officer Ted Huelva of Revenue Region 6 in Manila said by telephone that the kick-off program aims to generate taxpayer awareness that it pays to file one’s tax return for taxable year 2009 well ahead of time.

    Filing the tax return before the April 15 deadline spares taxpayers the hassle and stress associated with meeting an immovable object.

    “Pay your taxes early and avoid the long queues that accompany late filers every year,” Huelva said.

    According to him, the Manila revenue office generates billions of pesos for the national coffers with the Sta. Cruz area, the smallest in the district, generating at least P2 billion every year.

    Tan-Torres had earlier been tasked to collect P830 billion this year to help limit the budget deficit to within P293 billion.

    Tan-Torres, who inherited the job after Sixto Esquivias IV quit the post last year, might have missed his 2009 collection goal of P798.5 billion.

    Unofficial estimates showed the BIR collected only P743.4 billion last year, or 7 percent less than expected.

    Huelva also said the BIR’s Project Valentine, which targeted the district’s hotel and motel establishments, was off to a good start.

    Establishment owners were spared the presence of BIR personnel on Valentine’s Day and were instead sent letters urging the industry to provide the agency with data on room types, number of rooms and their room rates for tax purposes.

    Letters were sent to industry members on Friday and they have 10 days from receipt to provide the BIR with data validated against filings in 2008.

    Establishments showing reasonable returns on specific data sought by the BIR will be spared the trouble of an agency audit, Huelva said.


    http://businessmirror.com.ph/index.php?opt...y&Itemid=60


    This is a GOOD NEWS!!!! Sa mga may atraso sa BIR, gayahin dapat si Bebe Sarah...sa palagay ko naman di kukunin si Bebe Sarah kung hindi siya 'modelong taxpayer'....he...he....go! go! go! Bebe Sarah!!!! peacecirclesmaller.gif
    yes naman!
    hehehhee...
    thanks po for sharing smile.gif
  • edited 11:55AM
    Thanks po for sharing..

    Naks naman.. isa ka tlgang modelo sa kahit anung larangan..

    Good taxpayer bait nman.. yan dapat ang gngya ng mga kapwa nya artista ryt???

    Go for the GOLD.. hehehehe wala lang..

    [img]https://sarahgeronimo.com/uploads/ipb/style_emoticons/legacy/Emeng Bandana Madc.png ][/img]
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  • edited 11:55AM
    napakabait talaga ni Sarah 28.jpg alt=':28sgListenMuni:' ] at ang pamilya niya. Talagang huwarang Filipino [img]https://sarahgeronimo.com/uploads/ipb/style_emoticons/legacy/Emeng Uulitin.png[/img] alt=':Emeng Uulitin:' ] . Keep it up Sarah 34.jpg
  • edited 11:55AM
    [color="#FF00FF"][font="Comic Sans MS"][size="2"]thanks for sharing poh....[/size][/font][/color]

    happy.gif
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