BIR Files Tax Evasion Cases versus Executives of Royale, 3 Other Firms

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BIR Files Tax Evasion Cases versus Executives of Royale, 3 Other Firms


The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) on Thursday (March 12, 2014) tax evasion charges against business executives of four Metro Manila based companies for alleged under-declaration of sales and non-payment of taxes totaling more than P466 million.

In separate criminal complaints filed with the Department of Justice, BIR Commissioner Kim S. Jacinto-Henares identified the accused as Julius Allan Nolasco, president; Isa Angela Bautista, treasurer; assistant treasurers Jeanette Maghirang and Imelda Pedro; and Marjorie Molina, accounting manager, of Royale Business Club International based in Quezon Avenue, West Triangle, Quezon City.

Charges were also filed against Edwin Lumague and Roedel Lumague, president and treasurer, respectively, of machinery and machine shop Vivetech Corporation which has offices at Veterans Center, Taguig City; Teresita Alcantara, owner of Rusette Printing Press and Trading of Project 3, Quezon City; and Nelson Tia, president of Dainan International of Del Monte Avenue, Quezon City.

Henares said the complaints were filed after the respondents allegedly ignored various letters sent by the agency to settle the tax debts incurred in 2013 and prior years, like the preliminary assessment notice and formal letters of demand. …

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