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Philippines targets 2023 for e-invoicing and e-receipts

The Philippine Department of Finance is scheduled to commence a pilot of e-invoicing in January 2022, with a plan to roll out to all B2B and perhaps B2C transactions in 2023 in a phased approach. This...Continued

Philippines postpones VAT filings and settlements

The Philippines has delayed VAT payments for March, for reporting February VAT transactions. This includes the return, BIR Forms 1601C. The new due date is 20 April 2020. Quarterly VAT returns for the...Continued

Philippines VAT on foreign digital services

The Philippines House of Representatives has consolidated some of the existing proposals for requiring foreign digital service providers (DSP) to levy and collect 12% VAT on sales to local consumers. ...Continued

Philippines VAT on e-services Jan 2021

The Philippines is considering levying Value Added Tax on supplies of electronic or digital services to its consumers. The House Committe on Ways and Means approved a bill on 5 August 2020 to introduc...Continued