Com­put­er­ized ac­ctg sys­tem for tax­pay­ers

The Philippine Star - - BUSINESS -

The Cen­ter for Global Best Prac­tices is invit­ing all medium and large tax­pay­ers to a one-day sem­i­nar on the Bu­reau of In­ter­nal Rev­enue’s com­put­er­ized ac­count­ing sys­tem (CAS) to help busi­nesses hav­ing dif­fi­culty set­ting up, get­ting ac­cred­i­ta­tion and run­ning a suc­cess­ful CAS in com­pli­ance with BIR Reg­u­la­tion 2009-9.

With the BIR’s an­tic­i­pated re­lease of the fresh list of medi­um­sized firms soon to be re­clas­si­fied as large tax­pay­ers this third quar­ter, this be­comes es­pe­cially rel­e­vant to both medium and large tax­pay­ers. This event is sched­uled on Oct. 6, 2017 at the EDSA Shangri-La Ho­tel, Man­daluy­ong City.

Given the BIR’s for­ma­tion of a spe­cial task force to mon­i­tor medium to large tax­pay­ers, one can ex­pect stricter en­force­ment from the tax au­thor­i­ties. At­tend­ing this will help hur­dle and solve CAS headaches, is­sues and most im­por­tantly, pre­vent those dreaded BIR penal­ties.

The sem­i­nar will fea­ture sea­soned prac­ti­tioner, Bien­venido Con­stantino, whose ex­per­tise in­clude align­ing medium to large tax­pay­ers’ IT-based ac­count­ing sys­tems to com­ply with all the BIR reg­u­la­tions. He is the founder and CEO of Helix Soft­ware Tech­nolo­gies, an Aus­tralian IT firm spe­cial­iz­ing in cloud tech­nolo­gies de­signed for SME, large en­ter­prises as well as for LGUs. His ex­ten­sive ex­pe­ri­ence in­clude hav­ing worked as IT project di­rec­tor of World Bank projects with the Com­mis­sion on Au­dit and the De­part­ment of En­ergy as well as in var­i­ous USAID ini­tia­tives. He fin­ished his bach­e­lor’s de­gree in ac­coun­tancy from the Uni­ver­sity of the Philip­pines.

In­ter­ested par­tic­i­pants on this topic are en­cour­aged to avail of the early pay­ment sav­ings and group dis­count for three or more par­tic­i­pants. Seats are lim­ited and pre-reg­is­tra­tion is re­quired.

For de­tails and a com­plete list of best prac­tices sem­i­nars, log on to or call (+63 2) 842-7148/ 59 and 556-8968/ 69, Cebu lines: (+63 32) 512-3106 or 07, Baguio line: (+63 74) 423-5148 or Legazpi line: (+63 52) 736-0148.

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