Four Delinquent Firms Faces P52-Million Tax Raps from BIR

The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) named four delinquent firms who allegedly faced P52-Million tax raps as part of Pres. Rody Duterte's campaign to go after tax evaders in the country. The agency filed separate tax evasion complaints before the Department of Justice against four delinquent companies for alleged failure to pay taxes amounting to P52 million.


The four firms identified by BIR are Abatech Corporation, Amberbase Solutions Philippines, Corporation, Ira General and Seccurity Services, Inc., and Worklinks General Services, Co. - willfully failed to pay taxes under the National Revenue Code of 1997.

Aside from the companies named by BIR, the respondents also include their respective Presidents and Corporate officers including Abatech Rogelio Abalos, Amberbase President Jaime Aquino, Ira General President Tranquilino Aglugub, and Worklinks president Victoria Adrias.



BIR also revealed that Ira General had the largest tax deficiency amounting to P28.66 million for the taxable year 2010 followed by Amberbase which is being sued for the P16.64 million tax deficiency for the taxable year 2008 while Worklinks and Abatech face complainst for their failure to settle tax deficiencies amounting to P4.3 million in 2010 and P2.64 million in 2008 respectively.

The once controversial agency, the BIR revealed further that the four companies were reportedly served notices for the payment of their respective tax deficiencies. However, the BIR lamented that the four delinquent firms either failed to pay or refute the deficiencies.

Source: PTV News

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