[WEBINAR] The Outlook of Small Businesses and Tax Compliance in the Philippines
InCorp Philippines, in partnership with CPA Australia, brings you “THE OUTLOOK OF SMALL BUSINESSES AND TAX COMPLIANCE IN THE PHILIPPINES.” This webinar will guide you through imperative tax compliance regulations that may apply to foreign corporations seeking to invest in the country’s technological and digital space as it grows into a robust industry in the Philippine business landscape.
This webinar will be live on stream via WebEx on Wednesday, 22nd of June 2022, from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM (GMT+8)
What is the outlook for small businesses in the Philippines in the wake of the pandemic?
The technological and digital space in the Philippines has expanded significantly in recent years, pushing solo entrepreneurs and businesses to ensure that they are fully geared for the future. As international borders reopen and foreign investments pour in, we will discuss and uncover various tax compliance regulations that may apply to foreign corporations in the Philippines.
Hosted by CPA Australia, in partnership with InCorp Philippines, we bring you a live webinar entitled “The Outlook of Small Businesses and Tax Compliance in the Philippines” to give you an insider’s perspective on the matter.
We have invited guest speakers, Mark Joseph P. Pizaña (Associate Director of AHC Certified Public Accountants Limited Co) and Jonathan Ng (Policy Advisor at CPA Australia) to talk about the prospect of micro, small, and medium-sized businesses and tax compliance in the Philippines, including:
- Planned business activities in the Philippines
- Impact of Covid-19 and use of technology
- Factors that had positive and negative influences on businesses
- Regular Tax Compliance in the Philippines
- Certain Tax Compliance in the Philippines based on the nature of transaction, business entity, etc.
We encourage you to join the webinar to learn more about the various tax compliance regulations for foreign corporations who are seeking to invest into digital and technological ventures in the Philippines and provide you with an in-depth look into the country’s business situation post-pandemic.