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    #21
    do we have an option?...:mad:

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    #22
    mali nga ang taxation law natin. sa ITR na lng, ang dependents hanggang 18yrs old lang. eh di ba dito naman sa pinas, hangga't hindi pa nakaka-graduate ng college ang anak, dependent pa rin sa parents? and how much lang ang exemption per child? halos wala pang 1 month na gastos sa isang bata 'yun. and kung kagaya ko na wala na parents pero kasama ko grandparents, hindi ko sila pwede i-declare na dependents ko.

    these lawmakers, gumagawa sila ng batas na sila mismo hindi sumusunod. because they can get away with it... ay ewan...

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    #23
    di ba hanggang 21 yrs old ang dependent? ayon sa Family Code?

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    #24
    21 yata hindi 18. saka hangang 4 na anak lang ang deductible.

    pwede nila i-tax ng malaki the ff:

    1. yosi. di na ko nagyoyosi hehehe! kahit 500% increase pa dyan ok lang.

    2. hard liquor. ang lasenggo kahit gaano kataas ang tax nyan iinom pa din, kaya pwede i-tax yan ng malaki.

    note: sabi ko hard ha, hindi beer. beer should be considered an energy health drink, lowers cholesterol, too! so dapat minimum lang tax nyan hehehe! :D

    3. ricey car modifications patawan ng 2000% value added tax! tignan ko lang kung may bibili pa ng type R na sticker na yan nyahahaha!

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    #25
    mbt: ikanga ni fafa glennster,
    HELLO CANADA!
    hmmm...i hear taxes in canada are pretty insane as well...sales tax in particular...something like 14%?

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    #26
    bottomline: the gov't doesn't have any money, and all government-owned corporations are either bankrupt, in billions of debt, or resemble elephants painted white

    strange though...if they can only consistently make the consitent top delinquent income tax taxpayers to pay up, they'd probably solve most of their money problems...no need for more taxes

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    #27
    badkuk,

    maybe so, but over there i can say with confidence that your tax dollars work for you. e dito ba?

    (hindi ako lilipat sa canada ha )

  8. #28
    These lawmakers make laws that benefit only themselves not the people. We don't need new taxes, what we need is political will to impose these rules and regulations, if the government does that our economy will improve if not well... GMAs 10 point program is supposed to help the poor by taxing the rich more, lets see what happens in the next 6 months.

    Sure Canada has a higher tax rate but you can see that they are implementing laws and using public funds for the improvement of their country. The same cannot be said here.

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    #29
    canada personal income tax rate is 40%. lahat ng kasama kong canadians dito sa work e hindi na umuuwi ng canada para makaiwas sa tax nila. di bale magbayad sila ng foreign resident visa wag lang sila magbayad ng tax na 40%.

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    #30
    Langyang mga expats, kaysa mag-apply ng worker's permit, pupunta na lang ng HK sa umaga then balik sa gabi, para matatakan lang ang passport... (2 weeks yata ang stay na hindi need ang permit)

    Sa company dati na pinapasukan ko, ang inapply lang ng permit ay ang country GM, at asst. GM nya. Tapos kailangan pa baguhin ang title to CEO at VP something dahil sa structure natin... kakatawa

    Biro mong ilang itong mga IT consultants na nasa atin, kung fair na lang ang tax eh di dagdag kita din yon sa halip na kakaramput na kita sa airport/immigration.\

    False tuloy ang stats na nakukuha ng DOT.

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