Category Archives: Business

How to build your wealth?

Bonus season is coming up! Let’s be practical! Learn how to spend less than what you earn. Remember, the wider the gap between what you earn and what you spend, the more potential you have to be financially successful.   How to build your wealth? 1. Find ways to spend less be conscious of what you spend do-it-yourself… Read More »

Update Your Landbank Accounts After Undas

Landbank is encouraging its depositors to visit their LANDBANK accounts after Undas.   Just visit your LANDBANK branch after the All Saints Day to keep your accounts up-to-date!   Dormant account is a bank account with no deposit or withdrawal transaction within 12 months (current account) or 24 months (savings account).   For any questions about your account,… Read More »

LANDBANK iAccess Enhanced

Landbank is pleased to inform the public that the LANDBANK iAccess is being enhanced to allow you, the client, to perform self-service account maintenance. such as: iAccess account activation Updating of mobile number Updating of security questions Resetting of password Unlocking of User ID You, the client, will also be able to do the following via the customer… Read More »

Philippines and Japan sign supplemental loan pact for New Bohol Airport expansion project

Philippines and Japan Sign Supplemental Loan Pact   On behalf of the Philippine government, Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III signs the loan agreement with Japanese government for the New Bohol Airport Construction and Sustainable Environmental Protection Project Phase II today at DOF Bldg., Roxas Blvd.   The actual signing of loan agreement by Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III… Read More »

Current status of the Philippines Tax Incentives

Current status of the Philippines’ tax incentives system: “It’s complicated.”   Here in the Philippines, overly generous tax incentives are granted to businesses to the point that costs outweigh benefits.   Every peso granted by the government as a tax incentive is a potential revenue that could have been used for health, education, and infrastructure.   Revisiting our… Read More »