Tax Rights and Remedies for Small and Medium Enterprises

What do you do when the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) your establishment according to their Oplan Kandado campaign or when they enforce auction on your property for tax collection? To help small and medium enterprises avoid problems with tax authorities, the Center for Global Best Practices is organizing a seminar entitled “Tax Rights and Remedies for SMEs and Large Taxpayers” which will be held on June 2 & 3, 2011 at The Peninsula Manila, Makati City.

This CPE- and MCLE-accredited program will focus on the remedial actions a taxpayer can take from an administrative, judicial, procedural, and substantive perspective. Case facts will be presented to get a full understanding of the latest Supreme Court and Court of Tax Appeal rulings on different tax issues.

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This seminar caters to business owners, entrepreneurs, board directors, management teams, lawyers, CPAs & auditors, tax practitioners, and anyone who is interested to know how to handle and solve tax issues and problems.

The resource speaker for this program is Atty. Victorino C. Mamalateo, CPA, a 30-year BIR veteran as a career service professional, including having been an assistant commissioner and a tax practitioner for 12 years. He has extensive experience in handling tax assessment and refund cases before the Court of Tax Appeals, and has published articles and several books on tax matters. He also has a solid background as a lecturer on tax issues among BIR personnel and in various colleges and universities. This program will expound on the topics in his 800-page book, Tax Rights and Remedies. Atty. Mamalateo has a master of laws degree and a certificate in International Tax from Harvard University. He currently has his own law firm, V.C. Mamalateo & Associates.

For more information, call Jhowee Rodriguez at (02) 556-8968/69 (Manila) or (032) 512-3106/07 (Cebu). Visit our website at Early bird discounts are available for those who register early or those who will register in groups of three.

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