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Did the TRAIN law affect the country’s three biggest gas stations, a full-year after its implementation?
The first tranche of the Duterte administration’s Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act took effect on the first day of 2018.The first package of the law brought significant changes to the Filipino people, especially the working class. While the Department ...
 
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A look at the financial performance of the country’s biggest listed retail companies.
One of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law’s most promising provisions is the bigger take-home pay for employees earning P30,000 and less a month. Under the law, taxpayers earning a taxable income of P250,000 a year or less are ...
 
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Medicine for "high blood" will no longer have VAT.
A new year brings with it new changes, and Filipinos can already expect two big ones for popular consumer products, thanks to the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion or TRAIN law. Though the law was passed back in 2017, there are ...
 
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It’s our first underground train system
Construction of the Metro Manila Mega Subway is one step closer to reality after the National Economic Development Authority approved the milestone project.In a statement, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) said the project, which aims to connect Quezon City and Taguig City via ...
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