BIR exceeds January target collection goal

-A A +A

Monday, February 24, 2014


THE Revenue District 93A of the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) has exceeded its target collection goal by P3.7 million for the month of January this year in Zamboanga City.

Revenue District 93A head Cresencio Agad said they have collected a total P213,117,314.60 in revenues last month, which is higher by P3.7 million compared to the target collection goal of P209,417,000.

Agad said they managed to surpass the target collection goal set by the agency through massive information dissemination, tax mapping campaign, monitoring, and intensified collection.

Advertisement

Revenue District 93A covers the entire city of Zamboanga, which comprises of 98 villages which is home to big hotels, canneries, malls and other business establishments.

Agad said he ordered his personnel to continue the efforts to maintain the good collections to be able to meet its 2014 target collection goal.

The BIR office in Zamboanga Peninsula region has tasked the Revenue District No. 93A to collect P2.4 billion revenues this year in this city.

The Revenue District No. 93A failed to reach its annual target collection goal due to the standoff last September. (Bong Garcia)

Local news

DISCLAIMER: Sun.Star website welcomes friendly debate, but comments posted on this site do not necessary reflect the views of the Sun.Star management and its affiliates. Sun.Star reserves the right to delete, reproduce or modify comments posted here without notice. Posts that are inappropriate will automatically be deleted.

Forum rules: Do not use obscenity. Some words have been banned. Stick to the topic. Do not veer away from the discussion. Be coherent and respectful. Do not shout or use CAPITAL LETTERS!
Sun.Star Jobs
  • Sinulog
  • Habemus Papam
  • goodearth
  • Philippine Polls
  • Obituary
  • ePaper
  • Technology
  • Festivals
  • Filipino Abroad
  • tell it to sunstar
  • SunStar Celebrity
  • Pacman blog
  • Pnoy
  • Sun.Star Zup!
  • Sunstar Multimedia
  • Calamity Report