Seminars Schedules

INTRODUCTION

Saturday, 30 July 2011, 11:58 | Category : National Taxes
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This humble work is intended to make the study of the various technical rules of taxation less painful and easy for readers. Manner of writing is designed for a layman through the employ of simply English for easy absorption and inter relation of topics. Practical illustrations on selected topics are introduced and imports of Supreme Court and/or Court of Tax Appeals’ decisions on tax cases are simplified for better appreciation.

This is recommended for use of business students in college. The author believes that business students need not master the very technical rules of taxation, but must see to it that they understand its concept so they could consider its effects in their business endeavors. Though Taxation subject in non-BSA (Bachelors of Science in Accountancy) is only a three-unit subject, this work goes beyond the curriculum requirements in order to develop a working knowledge that business students must possess in preparation for their entrepreneurial endeavors after graduation. Specifically, this covers the following matters affecting the conduct of trade, business, or profession:

a. Important national internal revenue taxes administered by the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR);
b. Local taxes of the Local Government Units (LGUs);
c. Remedies and administrative compliances; and,
d. Overview of business registration and licensing requirements

Likewise, this work may become a handy reference of BSA, entrepreneurs, professionals and even law students for their theoretical foundation and easy understanding of the rules applicable to their endeavors.

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