Taxwise or Otherwise

"Taxwise or Otherwise" discusses the latest developments in tax and business law in the Philippines. It also dissects current issues affecting the business community, including policy development.

Writers are taken from a pool of business and tax consultants of Isla Lipana & Co., the Philippine member firm of PwC global network. Columns regularly appear in the BusinessWorld newspaper.


Latest column

Second chances: The re-registration of corporate names (Taxwise, 13 August 2015)

Aimee writes: "Under the Corporation Code, no corporate name may be allowed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC/Commission) if the proposed name is identical, patently deceptive, confusing or contrary to existing laws.

 


Columns

Second chances: The re-registration of corporate names (Taxwise, 13 August 2015)

The right to recover versus the right to assess (Taxwise, 06 August 2015)

The sound of silence (Taxwise, 30 July 2015)

Refund of overpaid creditable withholding taxes (Taxwise, 23 July 2015)

Liberating the professions: A look at the negative list (Taxwise, 9 July 2015)

ITRs not required in CWT Refunds (Taxwise, 25 June 2015)

Your PEZA registration (Taxwise, 18 June 2015)

Money laundering in high places (Taxwise, 11 June 2015)

Regional integration, capital requirements drive insurance mergers (Taxwise, 7 June 2015)

Due process in the constructive service of BIR notices (Taxwise, 28 May 2015)