The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) on Thursday filed before the Department of Justice (DOJ) a total of P124.49 million tax evasion cases against a gasoline retailer, beverage and software companies.
Charged for violating Section 255 of the Tax Code was Vivian Mawis, who operates Active Petron Service Station located at 16 J.P. Rizal Street, Makati City (Metro Manila).
Mawis was sued for deficiency tax liabilities for taxable year 2007 in the aggregate amount of P35.55 million, inclusive of increments, such as P25.78 million in Income Tax (IT), P9.72 million in Value Added Tax (VAT), P14,060.77 in Expanded Withholding Tax (EWT), P29,151.90 in Withholding Tax on Compensation (WTC) and P10,000 in Compromise Penalty (CP).
Also charged were Mangosteen Beverage Corp. (MBC), its chairman of the board Nathan Danniel Brown, president Anthony Craig Hale and treasurer Marc Wendell Walker.
They were sued for failing to pay deficiency tax liabilities for taxable year 2007 in the sum of P54.69 million, inclusive of increments, such as P44.38 million in IT, P9.24 million in VAT and P1.07 million in EWT. PNA