Tax is a significant cost in business. As such, properly managing and controlling inherent tax risks is a must. And to keep up with tax developments and have a clearer understanding, top businessmen seek professional tax advice to help them manage tax risk, control costs, and seize tax planning opportunities.
To develop a comprehensive tax strategy for your business, we cover various considerations relevant to your particular business, i.e., industry, markets, finance, economics, and government regulations. We take a consultative approach rather than focus on compliance to identify all your risks.
Increasingly, companies require a variety of accounting, tax, and business services to manage risks and gain competitive advantage. Our tax professionals can provide these diverse disciplines to help you minimize tax liabilities and meet compliance obligations. We can be your advocates with tax authorities to support a tax position that will work to your advantage. And we can give you tailored, implementable and defensible tax planning structures.
We specially package business and tax advisory services for our clients based on their needs. This is a better way of handling tax compliance that makes us achieve their business objectives.
We have made it easier for companies, whether large or small, to lessen their tax problems and meet tax compliance obligations.
We deal with main taxes affecting all businesses, and those in difficult areas such as international tax, expatriate tax, and value-added tax.
Our tax colleagues in other PwC firms worldwide work with us in giving professional and timely advice on tax issues that crop up in every area where there is an international transaction.
In a world where a “global” Filipino can own land in almost any country, including First World countries, the Philippines continues its refusal to reciprocate and remains a protectionist. PwC Philippines Chairman and Senior Partner Alex Cabrera explores the possibilities if we allow foreigners to own land in our country.
To help readers become better-informed citizens, PwC Philippines Tax Manager Elinor de Gracia explains the Executive Order issued by the President last year on the right to information in the Executive Branch. Since it only applies to government offices within the Executive Branch, she shares the Senate Bill on Freedom of Information that will cover all government agencies. Read her article "Exercising our right to information".
Bureau of Internal Revenue’s CY 2017 Principal Objectives and Priority Programs