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BIR now requires digital businesses and online sellers to pay their taxes

June 11, 2020 by onlineph | Comments Off on BIR now requires digital businesses and online sellers to pay their taxes | Filed in Business, Government, Internet, Public Service, Tax
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The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) has instructed the online sellers and other electronic-trading businesses to record their past operations, declare previous activities, and liquidate their corresponding taxes before the end of July to guarantee tax compliance and for taxation purposes.

This is the government’s effort to raise more funds as the Philippines is suffering from an economic downturn since the novel coronavirus occurred. Readmore

Gapan city Mayor to provide 50 pesos per month internet to all residents

June 10, 2020 by onlineph | Comments Off on Gapan city Mayor to provide 50 pesos per month internet to all residents | Filed in Government, Internet, Public Service, Technology
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On his Facebook live stream last Monday (June 1), Mayor Emerson Pascual of Gapan, Nueva Ecija revealed that he is providing internet connection for every family in the city. Along with his sister, Provincial Board Member Joy Pascual of 4th District, they unveiled the good news that they have sufficient funds for the fiber optic internet which will start this month. Readmore

Ultimate Guide on How to Renew Passport Online 

September 4, 2019 by onlineph | Comments Off on Ultimate Guide on How to Renew Passport Online  | Filed in Government, Internet, Travel, Tutorials

Renewing your passport soon?

You are lucky to enjoy the new ePayment system recently launched to make the process faster and less hassle. Gone are the days when it takes forever to wait online for an appointment slot in the Department of Foreign Affairs. From two to three months, the waiting game is now as short as two weeks! Readmore

Senate Bill ‘No garage, no car’ to help solve traffic

August 9, 2019 by onlineph | Comments Off on Senate Bill ‘No garage, no car’ to help solve traffic | Filed in Government, Internet, Public Service, Travel

The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) asked the Congress to come up with a law that will prohibit the sale of vehicles to those who are unable to prove that they have any parking space.

DILG Secretary, Jonathan Malaya said to ANC’s Headstart that aside from illegal vendors, illegally parked vehicles also contribute to traffic. Readmore

US Visa now requires to submit Social media accounts

June 4, 2019 by onlineph | Comments Off on US Visa now requires to submit Social media accounts | Filed in Government, Internet, Social Network, Technology, Travel

United States Visa Applicants will now be required to submit any information about their social media accounts. These social media accounts should have been used for the past five years prior to the VISA application.

This used to be a requirement only when US officials deemed it necessary to further scrutinize an applicant’s personal details. However, Associated Press (AP) reported that the social media data is now needed both for immigrant and nonimmigrant visa forms. This additional required info was first suggested on March 2018 to incorporate it with against the watch lists generated by the US government. Readmore

Google bans Huawei effective immediately

May 27, 2019 by onlineph | Comments Off on Google bans Huawei effective immediately | Filed in Business, Featured, Google, Internet, SmartPhones, Technology
Huawei may no longer have access to Android updates and device certifications. This has been apparent after an executive order and the U.S. Commerce Department blacklist has been set in motion.

Huawei, including other companies, is now facing difficulties to pursue business with U.S. entities. Google has to comply with the new trade blacklist which includes Huawei and 68 of its subsidiaries. The said bar was enacted since last week after the Chinese tech giant was place on the Entity List. This bars the company from purchasing equipment from U.S. companies unless it gets approval from the government. However, Commerce Department is unlikely to give the permission as of the moment. Readmore

You can now Undo Messages sent in Facebook Messenger

February 8, 2019 by onlineph | Comments Off on You can now Undo Messages sent in Facebook Messenger | Filed in Internet, Social Network, Technology, Tutorials

Facebook is launching the ability to remove the sent messages of Messenger users all over the globe. This app ability was first announced in 2018 but was only made available in certain countries. As of February 5, people can now delete a message on their own view or at the receiver’s end.

However, this option is only available within 10 minutes from the time the message was sent. After that, you will not be able to delete the message. Readmore