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35 years of Having a BIR Letter of Authority. You must be a Master of LoA

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In this video, ETM discussed the typical problems of many companies in the Philippines that were inherited by the Third Generation. Why it is that no person or family member in the said companies had mastered the art of BIR Letter of Authority even if they experienced the disasters and damages that it brought for the past 35 years. Attend the May 18 and May 25 events at NCPAG, UP Diliman, QC... Thanks. You are invited to attend his INTRO TO TX ACCOUNTING so that you may avoid the repeat of no-entry BOOKS of accounts this year. Thanks for watching
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To help you respond to these demands, we provide assistance in three key areas:

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1. When does the audit process begin? The audit process commences with the issuance of a Letter of Authority to a taxpayer who has been selected for audit.

2. What is a Letter of Authority? The Letter of Authority is an official document that empowers a Revenue Officer to examine and scrutinize a Taxpayer's books of accounts and other accounting records, in order to determine the Taxpayer's correct internal revenue tax liabilities.

3. Who issues the Letter of Authority? Letter of Authority, for audit/investigation of taxpayers under the jurisdiction of National Office, shall be issued and approved by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, while, for taxpayers under the jurisdiction of Regional Offices, it shall be issued by the Regional Director.

4. When must a Letter of Authority be served? A Letter of Authority must be served to the concerned Taxpayer within thirty (30) days from itsBe Smart Don’t Get Caught date of issuance, otherwise, it shall become null and void. The Taxpayer shall then have the right to refuse the service of this LA, unless the LA is revalidated.

5. How often can a Letter of Authority be revalidated? A Letter of Authority is revalidated through the issuance of a new LA. However, a Letter of Authority can be revalidated.
Only once, for LAs issued in the Revenue Regional Offices or the Revenue District Offices; or Twice, in the case of LAs issued by the National Office.

Any suspended LA(s) must be attached to the new LA issued (RMO 38-88).

6. How much time does a Revenue Officer have to conduct an audit? A Revenue Officer is allowed only one hundred twenty (120) days from the date of receipt of a Letter of Authority by the Taxpayer to conduct the audit and submit the required report of investigation. If the Revenue Officer is unable to submit his final report of investigation within the 120-day period, he must then submit a Progress Report to his Head of Office, and surrender the Letter of Authority for revalidation.

7. How is a particular taxpayer selected for audit? Officers of the Bureau (Revenue District Officers, Chief, Large Taxpayer Assessment Division, Chief, Excise Taxpayer Operations Division, Chief, Policy Cases and Tax Fraud Division) responsible for the conduct of audit/investigation shall prepare a list of all taxpayer who fall within the selection criteria prescribed in a Revenue Memorandum Order issued by the CIR to establish guidelines for the audit program of a particular year. The list of taxpayers shall then be submitted to their respective Assistant Commissioner for pre-approval and to the Commissioner of Internal Revenue for final approval. The list submitted by RDO shall be pre-approved by the Regional Director and finally approved by Assistant Commissioner, Assessment Service (RMOs 64-99, 67-99, 18-2000 and 19-2000).

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