Netizen's Simplest Explanation About the Controversial TRAIN Law Went Viral

A concerned netizen made some headlines on social media for his impressive and simplest explanation about the controversial TRAIN Law. The explanation of Facebook user Richard Perez about the TRAIN Law was understood clearly by most netizens who noted also that the PCOO should be the one explaining the TRAIN Law in the simplest way possible.


According to Richard Perez the TRAIN Law is taxation on consumption, meaning, the more the consume the more taxes you pay, but we should take note that basic commodities and toiletries are tax-free and if there's any it's minimal.

Perez explained further that anything you consume that grows on land and under the sea are exempted, like for example, rice, corn, fish, meat, fruits and vegetables. Processed foods are minimally taxed (canned goods, coffee, sugar, milk, soap and etc.).



The controversial TRAIN law was not explained in the simplest possible form, thereby creating misunderstanding and almost chaos among netizens and consumers who keeps on complaining without understanding the law.

Here's the Complete Statement of Richard Perez:

The TRAIN LAW is taxation on consumption, meaning, the more you consume the more taxes you pay. But take note, BASIC commodities and toiletries are tax-free and if there's any it's minimal. Anything you consume that grows on land and under the sea are exempted. Ex: bigas,mais, isda, karne, gulay at prutas. The processed are minimally taxed (mga delata, kape, asukal, gatas, sabon, atbp). Ang issue ko lang ay LPG. Dapat tax free na yun kasi that's considered a BASIC need na pero inaayos na rin yan.

So what does it mean? Kung maluho ka e di magbayad ka ng TAX kasi kelangan i-meet ng gobyerno ang pangangailangan mo. Kung mahilig ka sa unhealthy food at lifesytle magbayad ka ng mahal na tax kasi SAKIT ang nakaabang sa iyo at gobyerno rin ang magpapagamot sa iyo later. Kung simpleng buhay lang PEG mo, e di ang laking tulong yung dagdag sa take home pay mo.

GETS?

Shouldn't the PCOO should be the one explainig this?

Source: Richard Perez FB Page

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