Introducing Tax Watch, a campaign by the Department of Finance and the Bureau of Internal Revenue, which publishes weekly lists of individual and non-individual taxpayers. The goal of this campaign is to increase transparency on tax payments and to encourage people to be conscientious in paying the right taxes.

Click on the entries on these page for updates in the form of inforgraphics. These updates were published in major newspapers and in the Department of Finance and Pera ng Bayan websites.

 

Updates

Tax Watch: Top restaurant taxpayers in Parañaque and Las Piñas

This is the latest Tax Watch ad from the Department of Finance and the Bureau of Internal Revenue. The goal of this campaign is to increase transparency on tax payments and to encourage people to be conscientious in paying the right taxes. Featured today is the list of top restaurant taxpayers in Parañaque and Las Piñas.


Tax Watch: Top restaurant taxpayers in Manila

This is the latest Tax Watch ad from the Department of Finance and the Bureau of Internal Revenue. The goal of this campaign is to increase transparency on tax payments and to encourage people to be conscientious in paying the right taxes. Featured today is the list of top restaurant taxpayers in Manila.


Tax Watch: Top restaurant taxpayers in Pasig City

This is the latest Tax Watch ad from the Department of Finance and the Bureau of Internal Revenue. The goal of this campaign is to increase transparency on tax payments and to encourage people to be conscientious in paying the right taxes. Featured today is the list of top restaurant taxpayers in Pasig City.


Tax Watch: Top restaurant taxpayer in Mandaluyong and San Juan

This is the latest Tax Watch ad from the Department of Finance and the Bureau of Internal Revenue. The goal of this campaign is to increase transparency on tax payments and to encourage people to be conscientious in paying the right taxes. Featured today is the list of top restaurant taxpayers in Mandaluyong and San Juan.


Tax Watch: Top restaurant tax payers in Makati and Quezon City

This is the latest Tax Watch Campaign from the Department of Finance and the Bureau of Internal Revenue. The goal of this campaign is to increase transparency on tax payments and to encourage people to be conscientious in paying the right taxes. Featured today is the list of top restaurant tax payers in Quezon City and Makati.


Tax Watch: Registered Pawnshops in the Philippines

Did you know that one out of twenty BIR-Registered pawnshops did not pay taxes?


Tax Watch: Registered Taxpayers vs. Actual Tax Filers in Cebu and Davao

Did you know that only two out of three self-employed professionals in Cebu and Davao have filed income tax and VAT returns?


Tax Watch: A campaign for transparency and conscientiousness

Where is your fair share for good governance? Tax Watch, a campaign by the Department of Finance and the Bureau of Internal Revenue, publishes weekly lists of individual and non-individual taxpayers. The goal: to increase transparency on tax payments and to encourage people to be conscientious in paying the right taxes.