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View Poll Results: How much do you make in a month?

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  • less than P10,000

    18 4.80%
  • P10,000 to P15,000

    30 8.00%
  • P15,001 to P20,000

    27 7.20%
  • P20,001 to P30,000

    59 15.73%
  • P30,001 to P40,000

    43 11.47%
  • P40,001 to P50,000

    30 8.00%
  • P50,001 to P100,000

    68 18.13%
  • P100,001 to P200,000

    51 13.60%
  • P200,001 to P500,000

    31 8.27%
  • more than P500,000

    18 4.80%
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  1. Join Date
    Oct 2002
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    13,417
    #251
    Quote Originally Posted by carolco
    I hope there was a way to lower the taxes that we pay, especially if there is a valid reason. 32%... WOW! If you are earning 100K, that's 32K already!
    Ayus lang sana kung nakikita mo san nagagamit yung 32% hehe... Buti 15% lang tax namin dito sa opis hehe.

  2. #252
    alam ko san napupunta yung tax na binabayaran natin sa mayniLA, sa mga ilaw at kuryente sa light posts sa Manila mantakin mo pati poste may ilaw

  3. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    Posts
    10,411
    #253
    Quote Originally Posted by ILuvDetailing
    alam ko san napupunta yung tax na binabayaran natin sa mayniLA, sa mga ilaw at kuryente sa light posts sa Manila mantakin mo pati poste may ilaw

    i hope you're not complaining. imho, it's better to pay for the cost of lighting those streets with taxes than to pay for dark streets with your life. just imagine how much the crime rate will jump without those street lights.

  4. Join Date
    Oct 2002
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    18,748
    #254
    compared with other countries, sobrang kulang ng street lighting natin dito.
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  5. #255
    yebo: am not complaining, my only beef is there's too much lights in certain areas and too few in other areas

  6. Join Date
    Dec 2004
    Posts
    1,310
    #256
    Quote Originally Posted by theveed
    for most people kasi, when they see an increase in income, automatically they see an increase in PURCHASING POWER instead of savings...
    In Economics that is assumed. Yan ang turo samin ni Solita Monsod (assumptions in Econonics: people are rational, more is preferred to less, whatnot, therefore more money = more purchasing power).

    As for me, student palang ako and I technically don't make anything (in terms of any currency). Paayos-ayos lang ng computer for friends and family for the price of two lunches.
    Last edited by Alpha_One; February 1st, 2006 at 05:12 PM.

  7. Join Date
    Nov 2002
    Posts
    1,464
    #257
    parang salawikain yan eh

    "pag maigsi ang kumot
    magtiis mamaluktot
    pag humaba na at lumapad
    saka na mag-unat-unat"

  8. Join Date
    Dec 2005
    Posts
    37,667
    #258
    carolco: Yes, 32% for the income tax. Take note that we are now paying 12% EVAT for goods and services. And we pay for them using our tax'ed money. This means that overall, in our daily routine, we pay 32% + 12%*68% = 40.16%! Wow!!! And look at the services we're getting from our government, public offices/cials.... Pathetic!

  9. Join Date
    May 2005
    Posts
    1,384
    #259
    Quote Originally Posted by CVT
    we pay 32% + 12%*68% = 40.16%!
    deym .. kelangan ng makahanap ng pwedeng isama sa mga deduction para lumiit ang tax base ko .. ilan anak ba kelangan kong gawin ?.. hehe

  10. Join Date
    Sep 2005
    Posts
    12,336
    #260
    bwiset talagang tax yan.. last year... 120T na naman binayaran ko....

    samantalang mga professional... pegged at 10% lang ang tax!!!

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