Saturday, April 6, 2013

Four big banks authorized to accommodate tax payments

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga--With less than two weeks before the deadline of filing of the income tax return, the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) District No. 4 announced that
taxpayers could file their tax payments through four big banks.

BIR Regional Director Araceli Francisco disclosed that Banco De Oro, Landbank of the Philippines, Metrobank, and the Philippine National Bank are accepting tax payments until the deadline on April 15.

“These authorized banks will be able to accommodate more taxpayers filing their income tax returns or ITRs,” Francisco said.

“Paying taxes is an obligation of every Filipino and one should pay it correctly,” Francisco emphasized.

The annual income tax return filing is for the self-employed, individuals earning purely compensation income, professionals, estates, trusts, businesses, corporations, and partnerships.

BIR Region No.4 which covers six out of the seven provinces of Central Luzon, targets P18 billion in revenue collection this 2013.

The goal is spread out in its 10 district offices in Tarlac City; Paniqui town, Tarlac; Olongapo City; Subic Bay Freeport; Bataan; North Pampanga; South Pampanga; Aurora; North Nueva Ecija; and South Nueva Ecija which has 1,463,688 taxpayers as of December 2012.


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