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about 1 month ago

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about 1 month ago

As the TRAIN law chugs along, proposals to amend it may have to wait until the second tax reform package.

about 1 month ago

However, the government warned that suspending tax reform would throw off infrastructure, free tuition, and wage hike programs.

about 1 month ago

Another lawmaker joins the call for the suspension of the fuel excise tax imposed by the TRAIN law.

about 2 months ago

About 86 percent of Filipinos reported being strongly affected by the rise in prices of food and other basic commodities.

about 2 months ago

International credit rating agency Standard & Poor's upgrades the Philippines' credit outlook to positive, citing the Comprehensive Tax Reform Program (CTRP) and consistent economic growth as factors.

about 4 months ago

Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez also says it seeks Congress' help to lift bank secrecy for accounts suspected of money laundering and fraud.

about 5 months ago

Authorities say some businesses may have taken advantage of the tax reform law. Using it as an opportunity to raise their prices.

about 6 months ago

Energy Undersecretary Felix Fuentebella said officials are doing everything to avoid the power dips.

about 6 months ago

Under the proposed package, corporate income tax will be gradually reduced from 30 percent to 25 percent.