EdSa urges Fer­nandi­nos to pay taxes

Sun.Star Pampanga - - FRONT PAGE -

CITY OF SAN FER­NANDO— Mayor Ed­win “EdSa” San­ti­ago has urged tax­pay­ers to be mind­ful of cut-off dates for pay­ing taxes to avoid penal­ties and sur­char ges.

An­chored on the theme “Lokal na Buwis: Bawat piso’y ma­ha­laga, sa pag­su­long ng Syu­dad Fer­nandino Kaba­hagi ka,” the City Trea­surer’s Of­fice started yes­ter­day a tax col­lec­tion cam­pai gn urg­ing Fer­nandi­nos to faith­fully pay taxes be­cause “it greatly con­trib­utes in bring­ing qual­ity ser­vices to the con­stituency.”

Busi­ness tax and li­censes are due on the first 20 of January or in quar­terly in­stall­ments within the first 20 days of January, April, July and Oc­to­ber of each year.

Tax on de­liv­ery trucks shall be paid on or be­fore January 20 while the dead­line for the pay­ment of Pro­fes­sional Tax Re­ceipt is on January 31.

Com­mu­nity tax cer­tifi­cate or Cedula which serves as ev­ery Filipinos’pri­mary iden­ti­fi­ca­tion shall be ac­com­plished not later than the last day of Fe­bru­ary of each year.

A fee shall also be paid prior to en­gag­ing in the pur­suit of an oc­cu­pa­tion or call­ing.

Within the first 20 days of each month, ven­dors must pay their mar­ket stall rental.

Fran­chise tax is due within the first 20 days fol­low­ing each quar­ter whereas the dead­line for the amuse­ment tax is set on the 20th day of the month fol­low­ing the month due.

Prop­erty trans­fer tax shall be com­plied within 60 days from date of ex­e­cu­tion of the deed or prop­erty owner’s death.

Real prop­erty tax, on the other hand, may be paid an­nu­ally be­fore March 31 or by in­stall­ment on or be­fore June 30, Septem­ber 30 and De­cem­ber 31. — CSF-CIO

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Philippines

© PressReader. All rights reserved.