Category Archives: Business

Get To Know The Comprehensive Tax Reform Program (CTRP)

Get To Know The Comprehensive Tax Reform Program (CTRP) of the Duterte administration.   The Tax Reform is one of the top priorities under the 10-Point Socioeconomic agenda of the Duterte administration. It aims to institute a more progressive tax system, and improve administration.   CTRP Packages   Package 1: TRAIN Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion Republic… Read More »

What is the Trabaho Bill?

Trabaho Bill is the tax reform for attracting better and high-quality opportunities or trabaho is the second package of the comprehensive tax reform program CTRP).   TRABAHO aims to lower the Philippines corporate income tax rate and create a fair and accountable incentive system to make the Philippines’ business field more competitive.   At present, the Philippines has… Read More »

Landbank Koronadal Extension Office Moved

Landbank of the Philippines moved its Landbank Koronadal Extension Office to a bigger and more accessible location.   You can find the new Landbank Koronadal Extension Office at G/F Gaisano Grand Mall of Koronadal, National Highway, Gensan Drive, Koronadal City, South Cotabato.   Visit landbank for all your banking needs!   You may want to read: Landbank Bauan… Read More »

Malasiqui Progressive Savings and Loan Bank

All depositors and borrowers of Malasiqui Progressive Savings and Loan Bank, Inc. are advised to attend the depositors-borrowers forum on August 29,2018.   The schedule of the depositors-borrowers forum for the closed Malasiqui Progressive Savings and Loan Bank, Inc. is set at 9:30 AM to be held at JSMP Events Place in Rizal Avenue, Malasiqui, Pangasinan.   The… Read More »

Major Sources of Inflation in the Philippines

The following are the major sources of inflation in the Philippines: Food – 6.8% Non-Alcoholic Beverage – 11.1% Alcoholic Beverage and Tobacco – 21.5% Clothing and Footwear – 2.4% Housing, Water, Electricity, Gas and Other Fuels – 5.6% Furnishings, Household Equipment, and Maintenance – 3.3% Health – 3.7% Transport – 7.9% Communication – 0.5% Recreation and Culture –… Read More »