Investing in and for social change By Cirilo P. Noel December 23, 2013

MORE than a month after the phenomenal damage wrought by super typhoon Yolanda, relief efforts continue for the thousands upon thousands of survivors who lost their homes and livelihoods.

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An importer’s guide to free trade agreements By Victor C. De Dios December 16, 2013

WITH the entry into force of regional Free Trade Agreements (FTAs), importers have a window of opportunity to reduce costs by availing themselves of preferential customs duty rates.

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Tax relief for casualty losses By Cheryl Edeline C. Ong December 9, 2013

IN LAST week’s article, we talked about the taxability of donations given the recent outpouring of compassionate aid

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Tax breaks for the compassionate By Betheena C. Dizon December 2, 2013

SUPER typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) wrought unimaginable devastation in the Visayas and sparked a massive international relief

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eBIR By Froilyn P. Doyaoen-Pagayatan November 26, 2013

THE PHILIPPINES is included in the top 10 economies with the most improvement in their business regulatory systems,

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The need for International Public Sector Accounting Standards By Ma. Emilita L. Villanueva (Second of two parts) November 18, 2013

IN LAST WEEK’s article, we talked about how various sectors all over the world are pushing for the adoption of the International Public

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The need for International Public Sector Accounting Standards By Ma. Emilita L. Villanueva (First of two parts) November 11, 2013

In recent years, the various economic, financial and sovereign debt crises have highlighted the need for governments to not only improve the management of

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