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Posts tagged with "Importer accreditation"

PEZA locators now exempt from BOC accreditation

PEZA locators now exempt from BOC accreditation

Jan. 4 | Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) locators that import goods need no longer apply for accreditation with the Bureau of Customs (BOC), although they still need to do so with the Bureau of Internal Revenue, according to the Department of Finance...

More PH importers, customs brokers get BIR provisional accreditation

More PH importers, customs brokers get BIR provisional accreditation

Oct. 7 | A total of 3,941 importers and customs brokers have so far received their provisional clearance from the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR). As of September 30, 3,580 received their provisional Importer’s Clearance Certificate (ICC) and 361 their provisional...

BIR issues provisional importer, broker certificates for second batch of taxpayers

BIR issues provisional importer, broker certificates for second batch of taxpayers

Sep. 30 | A second batch of 1,123 importers and customs brokers has been recommended by the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) for issuance of clearance certificates. In its latest advisory, BIR said that as of September 23, it has recommended that 878 importers...

Over 1,500 importers, brokers secure BIR accreditation

Over 1,500 importers, brokers secure BIR accreditation

Sep. 17 | As of September 12, the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) has accredited a total of 1,524 taxpayers under an importer and customs broker accreditation program. A recently released BIR advisory listed the names of the 1,353 importers and 171 customs...

BIR revises importer, broker accreditation rules

BIR revises importer, broker accreditation rules

Sep. 12 | The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) has amended procedures for accreditation of Philippine importers and customs brokers, clarifying some provisions and addressing concerns revolving around new importers and customs brokers. Revenue Memorandum Order...

BOC issues own guidelines for accreditation of importers, brokers

BOC issues own guidelines for accreditation of importers, brokers

Feb. 25 | The Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) has issued the guidelines and procedures for accreditation of importers and customs brokers. Customs Memorandum Order No. 04-2014, signed by Customs Commissioner John Phillip Sevilla and dated February 21, implements...

PH importers now need BIR accreditation; BOC post-entry audit unit dissolved

PH importers now need BIR accreditation; BOC post-entry audit unit dissolved

Feb. 11 | PHILIPPINE importers will now have to be accredited by the Bureau if Internal Revenue (BIR) before they can import goods through the Bureau of Customs (BOC), after the government issued a regulation formally moving the BOC’s accrediting function to...

Electronic Accreditation of Importers and Forwarders

Electronic Accreditation of Importers and Forwarders

Jan. 26 | THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) has recently issued several guidelines that will directly impact the present manual system for accrediting and verifying entities (importers, customs brokers, forwarders, NVOCC, airlines, etc.) dealing with customs. CMO 39-2008...