ATS 009: Why Should we Register in BIR if Working from Home?
Every year we have this obligation to file for our income tax. Either you are employed in a private sector or public, and even being a freelancer, working from home or online, or having a small business, as long as we are earning, we need to comply with the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR).
Why should we?
Why do we need to?
Remember, “Ignorance of the Law excuses no one”. Either you know it but you don’t follow or you really don’t know about it, then you may start seeing why you should.
In this episode I will share with you my threasons (3 Reasons) why every work from home employee or freelancers should start filing your income taxes.
Thanks to ESMON Accounting Services who take care of my tax duties.
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