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[Music].[Applause].good morning everyone welcome to my.youtube channel this is g serial hrs.your instructor for today so.today we'll discuss the second lesson of.this course and that.is tax administration so.this lesson you'll be able to number one.identify the various government agencies.enforcing the tax law.and the collection of our taxes and.second you'll be.able to visualize the overall structure.of the primary tax collecting agent of.the government.that is the bureau of internal revenue.and third.you will be able to evaluate the powers.of the commissioner of internal revenue.and of course gain insights on how.assessments are done.so if you're ready let's start.so the department of finance is.principally responsible for the fiscal.policies.and the general management of the.government's financial resources.it is the executive supervision in.control of the following agencies.so these agencies are under the.management and supervision of the.department of finance.first we have of course the bureau of.internal revenue.who is per more responsible to assess.and collect.all national taxes and charges imposed.by the national internal revenue code or.the nirc.and other tax laws and regulations.so br or the bureau of internal revenue.is actually the one enforcing and.collecting.national taxes such as income taxes the.value of its access.the percentage taxes and so on so.it's the sole responsibility of the vr.second we have the bureau of customs and.tariff commission.which is tasked to enforce the tariff.and customs code.the tcc the bureau of customs entire.commission also collects taxes on.imports embodied in the inner sea so.in the philippines our tax code is.embodied in the national internal.revenue code and this.law or code is enforced or implemented.by these two um government agencies.that they are in the bureau of customs.entire commission.who are under the department of finance.so the land transportation office.the third government agency under the.department of finance.is also responsible to collect.registration fees.and motor vehicle tax and of course.there are jewelry and lawfully.authorized collectors.persons agencies registered banks.authorized by the br.bureau of customs and tariff commission.and land transportation office to.collect these taxes.so again these authorized collectors.such as banks.are only responsible for the collection.however.as to assessment as to the implement the.implementation of the law.these are sole responsibility of the br.in the bureau of customs as mentioned.earlier.we also have the local offices in charge.to enforce local taxation so.again bir or the bureau of customs i.mean bureau of internal revenue.is responsible in the enforcement of.national.tax such as income tax estate tax.thunderstocks and.etc but for local taxation.the local offices the local government.unions are responsible.for the collection of local taxes this.includes.the provincial treasurers city and.municipal treasurer's.provincial and city outsource provincial.and city board of assessment appeals.and the central board of assessment.appeals.so now let's focus our discussion and.the bureau of internal revenue alone.since our course income taxation.is solely focused on the national tax.which is the net that.income tax so we will focus our.discussion throughout.this lesson on the bureau of internal.revenue.so let's have first its organization and.composition.so the bureau of internal revenue shall.be under the supervision.and control of the department of finance.its powers and duties shall comprehend.the following.first the assessment of all.national internal revenue taxes again.as i have discussed earlier the br.the bureau of internal revenue is.responsible for the assessment.meaning the computation of correct taxes.of all national internal revenue taxes.so this can be income tax and so on.aside from the assessment it is also.responsible.to collect these taxes.so basically these are the two functions.and duties.of the bureau of internal revenue to.assess.and to collect national internal revenue.taxes.and of course in case of.a non-payment of taxes for example a.taxpayer a certain tax payer.failed to pay a tax then the br will.have.the responsibility or power to enforce.the collection through for features.of properties or imposition of penalties.or fines okay so again these are the.three duties of the br.so we also have the execution of.judgment in all cases.decide in his favor with the court of.tax appeal so there are.certainties wherein there will be.disputes between the taxpayer and the.bar.and then there also instances were in.the.court will favor the they.are in such case the vr will.have to execute meaning to.enforce the judgment by the court.so for example if the court favored to.say uh the beer has to collect the air.is right and has to collect this amount.then the br will do so okay.so the bureau of internal revenue is.divided into.first the national office and of course.second.the field offices which are the regional.offices.the national office has the general.direction.guidance and control of the entire.operation so.for the entire operations in the entire.philippines.the national office is responsible for.that while the field offices.execute and implement the national.policies and programs prescribed by the.national offices.i mean national office rather.so let us discuss uh more.on the national office of the br so the.national office is.consists of first the commissioner.second six deputy commissioners.ford under the section three of the nrc.and two under the executive order.uh 430 by the former president gloria.macabre.arroyo and also.the 14 assistant commissioners these 14.assistant commissioners.assist the deputy commissioners so this.one commissioner six dvd commissioner.and.14 assistant commissioners a total of.21 officers in the national office.have the um general supervision of the.entire bureau.so the commissioner has the.or is in the top of the organization.organizational structure of the br as he.said.and by the six dpd commissioners and of.course these.six dpt commissioners are also assisted.by 14 assists and commissioners.the commissioner of internal revenue is.the chief.executive of the bureau as dictated or.provided in the national.revenue code section three.so this where he is appointed by the.president.of the philippines upon recommendation.of the secretary of finance.see today we have commissioner.cesar duly so he was as.he was appointed by president duterte in.2016 i think or 2017. so anyway.he formulates the policies and.administers.the activities of the guru take note.that.the car is not responsible for.making tax law because again in our.discussion.in the general principles the taxation.power.is only vested on the legislative body.of the government.so the cr or the commissioner has the.responsibility or power or authority.to interpret this tax law.and formulate policies.uh to implement this law.the car is also given full authority in.matters of discipline.appointment of internal revenue.personnel.and of course the cr may make necessary.rules.and regulations needed to delineate.the authority and responsibility of the.various groups.and services of the guru.while the dpds and assistant.commissioners they assist.the commissioner in supervising the.admissive and operational activities of.the guru.they are appointed again by the.president of the philippines.and upon recommendation of the.commissioner himself.and with approval of the secretary of.finance if you know.if you imagine this.the commissioner is appointed by the.president.and then the commissioner will have to.recommend.to the president this deputy and.assistant commissioners.and this recommendation must be first.approved.by the secretary of finance before the.president can appoint them.in their position the bureau shall be.composed of the following groups in.offices so.again we're still talking of the.national office.first the office of the commissioner.second.resource management group we have legal.inspection group.operations group information system.okay so we are now in the field offices.they're done discussing the national.office.so the philippines has been divided into.regional offices or ros.which directly execute and implement the.national.office policies and programs prescribed.by the national office for.the enforcement of the internal revenue.taxes.as i have said the national office is.not responsible for the detailed.for the field uh implementation of its.policies or programs or.whatever the national office is solely.for the supervision.and governance of this regional office.so meanwhile the regional offices are.responsible for the execution and.implementation of these.policies and programs prescribed by the.national office.so original office covers several.provinces.including cities each regional office is.responsible for directing and.coordinating.the operation of the following division.so again.a regional office is not just one office.in one city but.it covers several provinces or cities.and have the following divisions number.one.the assessment division so this division.responsible for the competition.of the proper taxes or appropriate taxes.you know there are some instances.wherein.the uh return filed by the taxpayers.are not correct i mean i'm not saying.they're wrong but there will be some.instances wherein there is.more accurate computation of.attacks now so when when the taxpayer.has.failed to file a tax return or when a.taxpayer filed a wrong return or.has paid a wrong amount of tax.this division will have to compute the.tax for themselves and assess.the tax payers for penalties of course.so that's the function of the.assessment division we also have the.human resource division.of course this division has the.responsibility of covering its human.resources.we have the collection division the.finance division.the monitoring division the admin.divisions.and of course uh we have the legal.division.in case when the taxpayer disputes.or protest the assessment or when the.taxpayer.feel that feels that is correct and the.bir.is wrong then there will be instances.wherein the case will have to be.shifted from the admin level to a.court level so that's where the legal.division will come.in so each regional office is headed by.an rd or a regional director.and the rd or regional director.administers.and enforces internal revenue laws and.regulations within his assigned regional.area.in conformity with the delegation of.authority.from the commissioner um why we have to.emphasize.conformity with delegation because again.in the tax code in the national internal.revenue tax.the responsibility or the authority or.the power to to.issue assessment solely rests on the.commissioner.however the commissioner may delegate.this authority.to his subordinates which includes the.regional director so.again the regional director has to.comply or has to confirm rather.the authority given to him by the.commissioner otherwise.it would be evaluation or of the.authority given to him.so for example uh if the commissioners.only given this.certain director specific power or.authority.but has lapsed or has.done something beyond the authority.given to him then.that director may be liable or.responsible for the.violation or excess power.second this director i mean third.this director is assisted by the.assistant regional director or the.ard so under the original offices are.the revenue.district offices so these rdos.headed by the revenue district officers.so in.as i have said the regis regional.offices.cover several provinces or cities.so since it will be impossible for the.regional offices.to monitor every province no so.the this province especially.this specific region will have to.create a branch or a sub.office and that is a revenue district.office.for example in both one we have uh.rb0105.you know rd0103 rather and then in in.surigao we have.rd0105 and this.rdo or revenue district office.are under or is under the direct.supervision in control of the regional.director.so there is the revenue district offices.implement programs.methods and procedures necessary for the.efficient.effective and economical assessment and.collection of.all revenue taxes so again these.revenue district offices are responsible.for the field work.for the uh fieldwork field operation of.the entire bureau.each of the revenue district office is.composed of field men so we have field.men and examiners.performing assessment work so those be.our.agents we see uh so.us having surveillance or conducting.surveillance with.some taxpayers or you know.in establishment so these are field men.these are examiners.they are performing the assessment work.in after assessment.if it is settled then we have the.collection.agents and clerks to perform the.collection work.so they are the personnel having direct.contact.in dealing with the taxpayers.so let's um show you let's show you the.entire overview of the org structure of.the.bureau of internal revenue we will begin.with the national office.so the national office is under the.supervision and control of the.commissioner of internal revenue who is.appointed by the president.of the philippines so the commissioner.is assisted by six dpd commissioners.who are also appointed with the.president.but this six commissioner deputy.commissioners.were recommended by the commissioner.himself.and approved by the secretary of finance.the department of finance.so these six deputy commissioners.are also further as he said.by 14 assists and commissioners.so again the national office is under.the supervision in control of this.persons the commissioner the six dpd.commissioners.and the four assistant commissioners and.among these three you know categories or.positions of individuals here.the commissioner has the highest.responsible position.or power in the entire bureau of.internal revenue.under national office we also have the.regional offices.again a regional office is.composed with several provinces or.cities.or you know and then this regional.office or.a regional office is supervised and.controlled by.original director a regional director.is also under the control and.supervision of.the commissioner so again the.commissioner has.the highest power among them while.these regional directors are assisted by.assistant regional directors or ard.meanwhile the regional offices.are also divided further or fire into.field.offices and these are revenue district.offices.for example in a region no in in one.region there can be.two or three or four or more revenue.district offices.so these revenue district offices are.responsible for the field work.for the assessment for the collection.they are.are responsible for the uh.the implementation and execution of the.entire order of the tax code.so the revenue district office is.governed by.a revenue district officers or rdo.and then this rdo is also under the.supervision.of the regional directors and then.these rdo are as he said.or um assisted by the field.examiners also the collection agents and.the clerks.so if you will notice uh there are many.many positions in the br.the there are commissioners deputy.commissioners.original directors and so on but among.these people.the the highest power as provided in the.tax code the nrc is vested.on the commissioner himself because it.is only he.that is being given the power the full.authority to collect.into to assess and collect taxes however.this commissioner can delegate his power.to the lower position levels okay.so the authority and powers of the.commissioner as i have said.earlier the commissioner has the highest.power responsibility.among all those people listed so there.are only few authority and powers of the.commissioner as provided.in the law number one to interpret tax.laws and to decide.tax cases so that is under the section.four of the national internal revenue.code.so the tax code.give gives power to the commissioner.to interpret tax laws it is said that.once a tax bill.as as we have discussed in our general.principles.becomes a law the first person who will.interpret such law.will be the commissioner why because it.is the commissioner.who will have to execute implement.this law okay for example in 2018.january 2018 the.train the tax reform and inclusion law.or the train law.was affected and then it was first time.so the power to interpret the law the.tax law.was granted to the commissioner.okay so after reading the tax law after.reading the.law the commissioner will have to.write or draft regulations or.interpretations on how he will implement.this law.and then later after the drafting he.will have to submit.to the secretary of finance that's.because again the commissioner.is under the supervision of the.department of finance.who if after if the department of.finance the secretary of finance will.accept and approve these interpretations.he will have to recommend these.interpretations to the president.the president who is part of the.executive branch.of the government after the president.read the interpretation and the or the.regulation rulings or whatever.he will have to approve so once this is.approved.the interpretation the interpretations.are approved.then it will not be the time to.implement or execute the interpretations.okay so there is a lot of process.in taxation but always remember.the first person to interpret the law.the tax law.will be the commissioner now question.would be.how about the court what will happen to.the court.okay so the court will only step.in when there will be disputes that.can't be settled.in the br level for example a certain.taxpayer.was assessed let's say the taxpayer.was assessed to pay let's say 10 million.pesos.and then the taxpayer protests.because he believed that it is.unjust because he had fully.faithfully complied with the tax law.and then the case the dispute the.protest was not settled in the bayer.level.therefore the court will now step in.to decide whether who is the correct.party whether they are.or the taxpayer so again that's the only.the power of judicial review.that is also in the uh.on the part of the supreme court.okay so aside from the power to.interpret the.commissioner is also given the power to.obtain.information and to someone examine and.take testimony of persons so in case.that the commissioner believes a.taxpayer.has wrongfully filed a return.then the commissioner has to do.something.to do anything just to get the.information the correct information.so that the law will be upheld so.again to obtain information someone.however again.this power can be delegated to the lower.position like the assistant or the rdo.okay.so later i will explain which among.these power which among the follow the.following powers.can only be delegated or not so the.third we have.to make assessment to compute the.correct tax.again as that means when i say.assessment this means.computation of the correct tax and to.delegate the power.so the last would be to ensure.that the provision and distribution of.forms.receipts certificates and appliances and.other acknowledgement of payment of.taxes and these.are the five authority and powers of the.commissioner.so among these five powers of the.commissioner.the first one cannot be delegated.to the lower positions it is only.the commissioner and no one ever.can interpret tax law okay.however the following four authorities.or powers.can be delegated to the lower position i.mean the obtain.the power to obtain information to make.assessment.to delegate power to ensure the.provision and distribution of forms etc.these powers or authorities may be.delegated by the commissioner to the.lower.positions okay so at this point.we will now discuss tax administration.which is.about the manner or procedures of.assessing and collecting or enforcing.tax.liabilities so again.the manner or procedures of assessing.and collecting.so the administration is composed of the.assessment.and the collection of taxes so when we.say assessment.it means the computation of correct.taxes.it means the audit of the taxpayer.you know actually in the philippines our.tax.is self-assessing meaning anyone can.file.can compute his own tax liability.of course if he know how to compute the.taxability.so uh tax administration is composed.only of.two procedures that is assessment.and collection however we will discuss.more of this.detailed in the tax remedies lesson.but this time we will have will give you.a brief overview of what an assessment.is.an assessment is the official action of.an officer.authorized by law in asserting the.amount of tax due.under the law from the taxpayers again.the official action in ascertaining.the amount of tax to the correct tax.this action involves the computation of.the tax due.the giving of notice to the taxpayer we.have.it's either a preliminary assessment.notice or a final assessment notice.preliminary assessment notice is given.when.it is the first time that the officer.will inform.that the taxpayer has something to pay.or there are discrepancies.in the tax return filed.okay where whereas the final assessment.notice.is a final assessment notice which is.which demands the.the taxpayer to pay the assessed amount.so as uh this assessment also.involves the making of demand upon him.for the payment of tax.or deficiency so normally normally.if it's the first time i mean if it's.if it's the first time to inform the.taxpayer has done something.wrong or mistake in the competition of.the tax.the pan or the preliminary assessment.notice will be given to him.informing him that he has failed or he.has.wrongfully or mistakenly filed his.return.that's under the pan the primers has.been noticed.and after protest after thorough process.after due process and the final.competition is already there it was.really ascertained that the taxpayer has.really.mistakenly filed or wrongfully filed the.return then.the final assessment thought this will.be given to him.okay the final assessment informing him.that.taxpayer you really have to pay this.amount.okay so actually the final assessment.notice is coupled or partnered with.a formal letter of demand in a formal.letter of demand.it it's a letter containing the let the.formal.demand it contains.a demand for the taxpayer to pay that.amount being computed.assessments are always presumed to be.done in pursuant with the law.making it legally valid and enforceable.against taxpayer.unless a taxpayer protest so when the.fieldman or the br examiner.has computer has issued the assessment.let's say the pan or the final.assessment notice.it is always assumed that the.competition is correct and.all in pursuant with the law the tax law.unless the taxpayer protests with such.assessment.in such case the taxpayer has to submit.a protest letter and of course.documents to support his claim.the burden of proving the illegality of.any assessment.as the case may be shall rest upon the.taxpayer so when the taxpayer.disputes or protests that he is correct.and the examiner is wrong.then it is in on him to.the burden of proving that the.illegality or the wrong.full assessment rests upon the taxpayer.which means the taxpayer has to generate.us provide.evidence to provide documents to support.that is correct and the examiner is.wrong because again.it is always presumed that the.assessment is.computed or done in pursuant with the.law.failure to file a return the part of the.tax payer shall not.prevent the commissioner from.authorizing the examination of the.taxpayer.meaning to say if the taxpayer is not.filed in return.the commissioner can still issue an.assessment.the commissioner can still authorize.someone under him.to examine the taxpayer even if the.taxpayer would say that he did not file.in return.and the tax or any deficiency tax so.assessed.shall be paid upon notice and demand.from the commissioner.or is julie authorized representative so.for example.for example in the year 2019 the.deadline for filing income tax return.falls on on april 1.april 15 rather turning 20 and then.for example a taxpayer has failed to.file a return.[Music].okay here's not a file directory for.example.so the vr can still.assess the taxpayer who failed to file.the return.within three years okay.the vr can still file i mean the vr can.still assess.the correct tax and demand to.the taxpayer to pay such tax within.three years.okay so any return statement or.declaration.filed in any office authorized to.receive the same shall not be withdrawn.so it is very clear that when a taxpayer.submits.a return or any statement or document.that cannot be withdrawn anytime forever.okay within three years from date of.such filing.the same may be modified change.fermented provided.no notice for audit or investigation of.such return.statement or declaration has been.actually served.upon the taxpayer so in this case.actually we'll discuss more of this in.our.succeeding topics but in this case for.example.the bar has actually three years to.assess.meaning the bears is given by the law.a period of three years to make.computations to investigate to audit the.taxpayer whether.the filing is correct or not.so if there is no investigation or audit.yet.then the taxpayer can amend or change.such a return file or modify the return.file.okay so under revenue regulation dash 99.as submitted by revenue regulation.18-2013 it provides.that the commissioner or authorized.representative issue.the preliminary assessment notice.final let assessment notice in the.formal letter of demand.and of course the final decision and.distributed assessment.so what are these things so.if for example the commissioner believes.that a taxpayer has wrongfully.filed his return.then the commissioner will issue a.preliminary assessment to this.informing the taxpayer.that the br will have to conduct an.audit or investigation.after that if after the audit.investigation was found out for example.that the.the taxpayer has really done something.wrong.or a mistake in the competition of the.tax then it will inform the taxpayer.that it has or he has a.tax deficiency which is contained.in a final assessment notice okay in a.final assessor notice it will say.taxpayer you should pay this because.according to.this you have under declared your sales.or your income.okay coupled with that fund.coupled with combined with that fan.is also the formal letter of the mind.this letter of demand is actually a.demand letter.demanding payment from the taxpayer.okay it is during this time that the.taxpayer.can protest meaning he can argue can.he can dispute no no nobody i am correct.and you're wrong.so of course he will have to prove that.he is correct.by submitting documents or proof or.evidence.that he is correct and the examiner is.wrong.when it came to conclusion that.uh the taxpayer is really wrong and the.bearers will be correct then the bearer.will issue now.the final decision undisputed assessment.taxpayers shall submit their responses.to the pan.and protest to the fan fld.with the july authorized representative.of the commissioner who signed the pan.and the fan fld.so prior to issuance of the pan the.taxpayer may be allowed.to make voluntary payments of probable.deficiency.taxes and penalties for example.the taxpayer for example believes that.he committed a mistake in his part then.he can.he can voluntarily make payments.when the commissioner or his jewellery.authorized representative.finds the proper taxes should be.assessed.he shall first notify the taxpayer of.his findings.through the issuance of the pan.however in some cases the pan is no.longer.necessary under the following.circumstances so there are five.instances where in the pan is not.necessary.so first when the deficiency tax.is a result of mathematical errors.or when the discrepancy has been.determined.between the tax withheld and the amount.that actually.also when the taxpayer who opted to.claim tax refund or tax credit.of excess creditable withholding tax.fourth when the excise tax due.unexistable articles.has not been paid because it is very.clear you don't have to.issue a pan for that the taxpayer.knew already that he has a liability to.pay.so no need to give or to inform the.taxpayer because he know.so next the fifth one is when an article.locally purchased or imported by the.exam person has been sold.traded or transferred to an exam person.so these are the five.instances we're in the pan.is no longer needed the commissioner may.terminate the taxable period.any time by sending such decision to the.taxpayer and demand.immediate payment for the of the tax to.their own.so the taxpayer the commissioner can.actually terminate and say stop.taxpayer you need to pay your tax now.you don't have to wait for december or.for april 15 to come.you need to pay the tax now okay the.commissioner can do that.in the following in success first when.the taxpayer is retiring from business.subject to tax of course when the.taxpayer will stop or will cease from.doing business.the commissioner cannot wait for april.15 or for december to come.the commissioner can now assess the.taxpayer because.he is retiring from business.or when the taxpayer intends to leave.the philippines.or remove his property either from or.hide or conceal his property.okay so these are the cases wherein the.commissioner.can terminate the taxable year or.taxable period.for example if the if the taxpayer.using calendar a year let's say for.example january to december.and then he tried to conceal the.property or.or tried to to go abroad.because of some wrongdoings so the.commissioner cannot wait for the.taxpayer to go out of the philippines.so the commissioner can can.issue directly immediately a notice.informing that the the tax pay the.taxable period is terminated and the.assessment will follow.or the taxpayer is performing any act.tending to obstruct.the proceedings for the collection of.the tax for the past or the current.quarter or so deficiency assessment.deficiency means the amount by which.attacks imposed.by the law exceeds the amount as.computed and shown in the return filed.by the taxpayer so for example.the taxpayer declared in his return.in his return rather that he had a sale.of 1 million.that is reflected in his sales.however upon assessment it was.determined that.the correct sales is actually three.million.okay so there is.in under declaration in the part of the.taxpayer.i'm an amount of two million.therefore this under declaration of.sales.will have a consequence resulting to a.deficiency.tax an efficiency assessment.made by the commissioner or any.authorized subordinate officer.after an examination and inspection of.the taxpayer's return.records or after independent.investigation.in which a deficiency is found so again.this deficiency assessment is made by.the commissioner.if no amount is shown as tax due on the.taxpayer.on his return or if no return was made.with the taxpayer.then the amount as computed in pursuant.with of the law is the deficiency tax.so for example if the taxpayer.declares or declared rather on his.income tax return.that he has no income tax due it's zero.okay it's zero because maybe.he has excess expenses or whatever he.has no tax due.but later on it was found out that.the taxpayer has actually an income tax.liability.of let's say hundred thousand.therefore that one hundred thousand the.additional liability is considered.the deficiency tax which must be paid.by the taxpayer aside from of course.the penalties the surcharges interest.of course this will paid all in all okay.so.the deficiency tax is the amount that.should have been.correctly filed and made.so this lesson has come to an.end and i hope you learned a lot from.this.so i hope to see you guys in our next.lesson.thank you for watching.[Music].[Applause].you.

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