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BIR, HDMF and PhilHealth continuing compliance

P&A Grant Thornton invites you to a seminar on BIR, HDMF and PhilHealth continuing compliance (plus special topic on: employee engagement through defined contribution plan)

 

Wednesday 28 March 2012
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Ballroom B Dusit Thani Manila Makati City


Our tax and local government rules and regulations are constantly changing. To make sure taxpayers stay updated, P&A Grant Thornton has invited speakers from the Bureau of Internal Revenue, the Home Development Mutual Fund (HDMF), and the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) to enlighten the public on developments from their end. Expert resource speakers will answer queries on new rules and regulations and clarify some issues relating to these agencies. In addition a speaker from Mercer Philippines will also be on hand to talk about how attendees can increase employee engagement through a defined contribution plan.

The seminar will cover the following topics:

1. Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth)
    Coverage includes but is not limited to:

       - new regulations
       - membership and contribution online processes
       - updates on hospitalization benefits
       - online employee's registration
       - online employer's registration

2. Home Development and Mutual Fund (HDMF)
    Coverage includes but is not limited to:

       - new regulations
       - membership and contribution online processes
       - applications computations and requirements on availment of employee  benefits
       - updates on the taxability of the excess mandatory contribution and new programs
       - online employee's registration
       - online employer's registration   

3. Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR)
    Coverage includes but is not limited to:

       - briefing on new BIR Forms
       - BIR Form 1700 (Annual Income Tax Return  For Individuals Earning Purely Compensation Income including NonBusiness/NonProfession Income)
       - BIR Form 1701 (Annual Income Tax Return  For SelfEmployed Individuals Estates and Trusts including those with both Business and Compensation Income)
       - guidelines and instructions
       - implementing Republic Act No 9505 otherwise known as the "Personal Equity and Retirement Account (PERA) Act of 2008"
       - scope and effectivity
       - accreditation of administration
       - establishment and reporting of transactions
       - maximum annual contribution tax credit and certificate
       - investment income tax treatment
       - distributions early withdrawals and other penalties
       - tax exemption and privileges abuse
       - grounds for disqualification suspension or revocation of accreditation of administrator
       - guidelines and procedures issuance   

4. Increasing employee engagement through defined contribution plan
     Coverage includes but is not limited to:
       - why companies are converting retirement plan to defined contribution plan
       - design of plan for optimal benefit to the comp a ny and its em ployee s
       - how to establish a defined contribution plan
       - how to derive the best value proposition to al l stakeholders
       - best time of implementation

Registration

Please accomplish the attached registration form and fax to +63 2 893 2672, 886 5506 or 864 0741 local 738. You may also download the registration form from our website at http://www.pnagt-outsourcing.com.ph

The registration fee is:
      - P8,000 plus 12% VAT (includes lunch two snacks and seminar materials)
      - 5% discount if payment is made on or before 16 March 2012

Resource Speakers
      - BIR, HDMF, PhilHealth, and Mercer resource experts

Who should attend?
      - The target participants who will benefit greatly form this seminar are company owners, HR officers, accounting managers, comptrollers, CFOs, internal auditors, and CPA practitioners.