Online Teaching · Taxation

Tax Tales of the Self-employed Part 3 (Monthly Percentage Tax)

If you are reading this, then let me first congratulate you for registering as a self-employed tax-payer! Woot! For the 3rd installment of this series, I will be sharing how to file and pay for your monthly tax dues. Yes you read that right! Aside from the income tax (10%) that is being deducted from our tutor fee… Continue reading Tax Tales of the Self-employed Part 3 (Monthly Percentage Tax)

Online Teaching · Taxation

Tax Tales of the Self-employed Part 2 (Certificate of Registration)

On the second installment of this tax tale series, I will be sharing how to change your status from employed to self-employed. By this time, it is assumed that you have already transferred to your new RDO branch which has jurisdiction over the place of business or in this case, your residential address.

Online Teaching · Taxation

Tax tales of the Self-employed Part 1 (RDO Transfer)

Hello, you awesome people out there! I have mentioned in my previous article that I recently updated my BIR registration status from employee to self-employed. I created this post to serve as a guide for ex-employees turned to full-time Rarejob tutors, like me and to those who are planning to shift to a freelance career. I am not a taxation expert, but feel free to ask me anything and I’ll try my best to answer them. 🙂

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