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1 PART TIMER'S TAX AND BENEFITS on Tue Jan 15, 2013 2:18 am


Arresto Menor
Hello! I am currently residing in Cebu and I have a full time job in a call center and a part time ESL job. My question is relating to my part time job. I earn a maximum of Php 360/day for 4 hrs in my part time job. When I started working in the company, there was an amount deducted for withholding tax then the company decided to remove the tax for part time workers. This year, they will again deduct an amount for withholding tax. My first question is: what is the computation of tax for part time workers? Next, the company also will deduct an amount for SSS, Pag-ibig, and Philhealth benefits. I already have these benefits in my full time job. Do I still need to contribute another amount for my part time job? Please enlighten me on this matter. Thank you very much.

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2 Re: PART TIMER'S TAX AND BENEFITS on Wed Jan 16, 2013 6:12 pm


Arresto Menor
no replies Sad

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3 Re: PART TIMER'S TAX AND BENEFITS on Thu Jan 17, 2013 10:18 am


Reclusion Perpetua
hindi pwedeng 2 contribution sa pagibig at sss and philhealth.. yung sa tax.. pwede yan i annualize at the end of the year.. i add lang yung income mo from both companies.. then manually mo na i fi file yan sa BIR.. i suggest you tell the 2nd company not to deduct anything from you.. then at the end of the year.. you will just do your own tax computation..

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4 Re: PART TIMER'S TAX AND BENEFITS on Thu Jan 17, 2013 4:53 pm


Arresto Menor
thanks a lot! Very Happy

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5 Re: PART TIMER'S TAX AND BENEFITS on Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:09 pm


you are not required to contribute twice, but the second company is required to withhold part of your salary for tax purposes

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