BIR Region-1 has new two top execs

February 19, 2017 at 10:38 pm Leave a comment

By Mortz C. Ortigoza
CALASIAO – The Revenue Region No.1 of the Bureau of Internal Revenue would have two new top brass.


NEW HONCHO. Incoming Revenue Region No. 1 Director Teresita M. Dizon speaks before the personnel of the Bureau of Internal Revenue’s regional
office in Calasiao, Pangasinan. Dizon 
assumed the top  post from outgoing Director Marina de Guzman on January 30.
Lee Caday, head of the Taxpayers’ Assistance Unit, said Director Teresita M. Dizon and Assistant Regional Director Fely Simon replaced Director Marina de Guzman and Assistant Director Antonio Jonathan G. Jaminola, respectively.
Caday said prior to their assignment here, Dizon was[U1]  the director of Revenue Region No. 2 in Cordillera while Simon, from Bautista, Pangasinan, worked at the Revenue District Offices in Central Pangasinan and Paco, Metro Manila.
De Guzman and Jaminola were transferred to Revenue Regions 7 and 9B in Quezon City and San Pablo City, respectively.
Meanwhile, because of the exemplary performance in the collection of the highest taxes in percentage level,  Revenue Region No. 1 Director de Guzman was transferred to the second biggest BIR regional office in Quezon City.
Director de Guzman said the six Revenue District Offices’ regional office based here outperformed the other 19 regional offices all over the country in achieving the highest collection of taxes last year.
As a result of this, BIR insider said de Guzman was assigned to Revenue Region No.7 in Metro Manila.
De Guzman disclosed that in the year-on-year basis she spiked the collection of Revenue Region No.1 by 21.82 percent from the 9.7 billion pesos in 2015 versus the 11.9 billion collections in 2016.

“We have an excess of 136 million pesos,” she said of the tax goal given to her by the national government.
With a 20 percent increases every year she sees the more or less 145 billion pesos collection last year in Revenue Region No. 7 would become a tax goal of more or less 174 billion pesos at the end of this year.
Revenue Region No. 1 is expected to be given a tax goal of more or less 14 billion pesos for 2017.
The director said one of her strategies to hike the collection last year was to follow the 10 Point Agenda of the Duterte Administration.
“Priorities based on the national office’s previous target. It’s up to you because you know better than you do (your area),” she stressed.

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