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Help! PhilHealth 30% withholding?

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1 Help! PhilHealth 30% withholding? on Mon Oct 19, 2015 7:49 pm

eillod08


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Hello everyone,
Kailangan ko po ang inyong advice. Yung kapatid ko po, sabi nila may tax deficiency on PhilHealth reimbursement.
Supposedly, my sister will receive reimbursement from PhilHealth. Siya po ay isang doktor sa lokal na ospital noong 2011. Sabi po sa kanya kailangan nya po mag bigay ng affidavit na pumapayag po siyang bayaran at i-withhold sa kanya ay 30%.

Ang pagkakaalam ko po ang withholding tax sa mga doktor ay 10%-15%. Kaya po ako nagtataka bakit ganoon kalaki ung kanilang ikakaltas sa aking kapatid.

Maari nyo po ba kaming tulungan, ano po ba ang dapat gawin?

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2 Re: Help! PhilHealth 30% withholding? on Tue Oct 20, 2015 12:22 am

Lunkan


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??? I don't find that make sence. What have PhilHealth payout to your sister do with doctor's income tax?!
Are you sure you have understood it corect? WHO say it is like that?

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3 Re: Help! PhilHealth 30% withholding? on Tue Oct 20, 2015 3:27 am

council


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Lunkan wrote:???  I don't find that make sence. What have PhilHealth payout to your sister do with doctor's income tax?!  
Are you sure you have understood it corect? WHO say it is like that?

As of 2012 (based on PHIC 2006 guidelines):

Among the income payments being subjected to expanded withholding tax (EWT) are its payments to hospitals and medical practitioners who rendered medical services to PHIC members. Under existing issuances, PHIC’s payments to medical practitioners are subjected to EWT rates of 10 percent or 15 percent whichever is appropriate, based on the medical practitioner’s declared gross income in a year. More specifically, the rate shall be 10 percent if the gross income of the professional does not exceed P720,000 in a year while the rate shall be 15 percent if the professional’s gross income exceeds P720,000 in a year.



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4 Re: Help! PhilHealth 30% withholding? on Tue Oct 20, 2015 3:28 am

council


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eillod08 wrote:Hello everyone,
Kailangan ko po ang inyong advice. Yung kapatid ko po, sabi nila may tax deficiency on PhilHealth reimbursement.
Supposedly, my sister will receive reimbursement from PhilHealth. Siya po ay isang doktor sa lokal na ospital noong 2011. Sabi po sa kanya kailangan nya po mag bigay ng affidavit na pumapayag po siyang bayaran at i-withhold sa kanya ay 30%.

Ang pagkakaalam ko po ang withholding tax sa mga doktor ay 10%-15%. Kaya po ako nagtataka bakit ganoon kalaki ung kanilang ikakaltas sa aking kapatid.

Maari nyo po ba kaming tulungan, ano po ba ang dapat gawin?  

Sino ang nagsabi sa kanya na 30% dapat ang WTAX?

Dapat ay pumunta sya (o ikaw) sa pinakamalapit na PHIC office para tanungin at linawin.

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5 Re: Help! PhilHealth 30% withholding? on Tue Oct 20, 2015 5:20 am

eillod08


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Sinabi po sa kanya ng humahawak ng Payout sa Ospital.
Facts: reimbursement po ito from PhilHealth noong 2011
at that time wala pa pong narereceive ung kapatid ko na pera regarding this.
Ngayon pa lang po ibibigay daw ung reimbursement
at sabi pa daw sknya kaya daw 30% kasi 2011 pa po yun

what I know is cash basis po ang pag-tax. kaya wala dapat na tax penalty or any charges.

salamat po sa mga advice sasabihan ko po yung kapatid ko na linawin sa PHIC

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6 Re: Help! PhilHealth 30% withholding? on Tue Oct 20, 2015 9:12 am

Lunkan


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council wrote:
Lunkan wrote:???  I don't find that make sence. What have PhilHealth payout to your sister do with doctor's income tax?!  
Are you sure you have understood it corect? WHO say it is like that?

As of 2012 (based on PHIC 2006 guidelines):

Among the income payments being subjected to expanded withholding tax (EWT) are its payments to hospitals and medical practitioners who rendered medical services to PHIC members. Under existing issuances, PHIC’s payments to medical practitioners are subjected to EWT rates of 10 percent or 15 percent whichever is appropriate, based on the medical practitioner’s declared gross income in a year. More specifically, the rate shall be 10 percent if the gross income of the professional does not exceed P720,000 in a year while the rate shall be 15 percent if the professional’s gross income exceeds P720,000 in a year.
Oh it's an additional of one of the CRAZY laws where BIR make in hard for all legal living people, instead of going after the cheaters... Evil or Very Mad
I know it's something similiar concerning tennants having to handle taxes for landlords!!! I haven't heared of any other country than the Philippines forcing all the PRIVATE CUSTOMERS having to handle the tax paying for the PROFESIONALS... Shocked

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