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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Grade 6 K-12 Bulletin Boards 4th Quarter

Grade 6 K-12 Bulletin Boards 4th Quarter

Grade 6 K-12 Bulletin Boards 4th Quarter


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Comelec sets calendar of activities for barangay, SK polls

Comelec sets calendar of activities for barangay, SK polls

Comelec sets calendar of activities for barangay, SK polls


The Commission on Elections (Comelec) has released the calendar of activities and prohibited acts in connection with the May 14, 2018 synchronized barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections.

In the Comelec Resolution No. 10246 promulgated on Monday, January 15, the poll body set the election period from April 14 to May 21, 2018.

Those interested to run for the barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan posts are given seven days from April 14 to April 20 to file their certificates of candidacy. This will be followed by a nine-day campaign period which will commence on May 4 and end on May 12.

The poll body warned candidates against committing prohibited acts during the campaign period which include making any donation or gift in cash or in kind; appointing or using special policemen or confidential agents; construction of maintenance of barangay funded roads and bridges; appointment or hiring of new employees, creation of new position, promotion, giving of salary increases, remuneration or privileges, etc.

The Comelec added that campaigning is no longer allowed on May 13, the eve of Election Day.

Meanwhile, prohibited acts during the election period are the alteration of precincts or establishment of new precincts; carrying of firearms or other deadly weapons; use of security personnel or bodyguards by candidates; transfer of officers and employees in the civil service; and the suspension of any elective local officer.

Casting of votes in polling precincts on May 14 or the Election Day will be from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

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#WalangPasok: Class suspensions, Wednesday, January 17

#WalangPasok: Class suspensions, Wednesday, January 17

#WalangPasok: Class suspensions, Wednesday, January 17


MANILA, Philippines – Here is a list of areas and schools where classes have been suspended for Wednesday, January 17, due to bad weather.
  • Albay – all levels (public and private)
  • Camarines Sur – all levels (public and private)
  • Tacloban City – pre-school to high school (public and private)
  • Virac, Catanduanes – pre-school to high school (public and private)
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HEADLINES Tacloban extends class suspension due to flooding

HEADLINES Tacloban extends class suspension due to flooding

HEADLINES Tacloban extends class suspension due to flooding


TACLOBAN CITY – The city government here extended the suspension of classes on Tuesday in the regional capital as flooding continued to affect several villages despite improved weather condition.

In an executive order signed Monday night, Mayor Cristina Romualdez said she suspended classes in all levels as the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council warned of heavy rains that might trigger flooding and landslide in the region.
“In anticipation of weather disturbance and due to recent flooding of some areas in the city, a need for another localized cancellation or suspension of classes on all levels public and private schools should be implemented,” Romualdez said.
This is the second day in a row that the local government suspended classes in the city due to a tail of a cold front, which dumped heavy rains since Saturday.

The incessant rain triggered a landslide that killed four people in city’s Quarry district. Several residential areas and road were inundated by rain water, including a major highway that links the city to Samar Island and Luzon.

The city government forcibly evacuated seven families away from the landslide site.

Mayor Remedios Petilla also extended the suspension of classes in all levels on Tuesday in Palo town, the catchment area of the Binahaan River and its tributaries from the towns of Pastrana, Dagami, and Tanauan.

Floods affect the highly populated communities of Cogon, San Joaquin, Tacuranga, Cangumbang, Cabarasan Guti, and San Antonio. (Sarwell Meniano/PNA)


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Monday, January 15, 2018

ACT: Paglilinaw at Update sa PBB 2016

ACT: Paglilinaw at Update sa PBB 2016

ACT: Paglilinaw at Update sa PBB 2016


Sinisikap ng aming tanggapan na makipag-ugnayan sa DepEd at DBM para sa update ng PBB 2016. Noong nakaraang taon (December 2017), ay naglabas tayo ng Press Release para ipanawagan sa DepEd at DBM para sa agarang pagbibigay ng PBB 2016.

Sa kasalukuyan, ito na po ang status ng PBB 2016:

Noong Jan 4, 2018- Nagsubmit ang Division B1-DBM (sila ang nag-eevaluate ng mga pinapasang dokumento ng lahat ng ahensiya kasama na angn DepEd) sa AO 25 ng Recommendation for Entitlement para sa PBB 2016.

Jan. 16- Validated na ang mga submitted requirements ng AO 25 (sila ang nagsasagawa for final validatation) at for signature na ito ni Usec. Pascua. Ipapasa nila ito sa OPCCB-DBM para i-review ang Form 1.0 (ranking and rating ng mga delivery unit). Once reviewed and okay naman at walang mali maglalabas ng endorsement si OPCCB para sa release ng SARO.

Magtulungan po tayo na kalampagin ang DepEd at DBM para marelease na ang PBB 2016. Katulungin natin ang ating mga unyon sa kanya-kanyang mga rehiyon.

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ACT: PAGTAAS NG SWELDO NG MGA GURO, MAKATUWIRAN AT MAKATARUNGAN

ACT: PAGTAAS NG SWELDO NG MGA GURO, MAKATUWIRAN AT MAKATARUNGAN

ACT: PAGTAAS NG SWELDO NG MGA GURO, MAKATUWIRAN AT MAKATARUNGAN

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Makatuwiran at makatarungan ang panawagang taasan at idoble ang sweldo hindi lamang ng mga guro kundi ng lahat ng mga kawani. Ang pag-usbong ng usapin sa pagtataas ng sweldo ay bunga ng matagal na’t malawak na panawagan at pagkilos ng mga guro ng bayan.

Sa bisa ng EO 201 ng administrasyong Aquino, kakarampot na umento sa sweldo lamang ang natanggap ng mga guro sa bisa ng EO 201. Ang Teacher I (Step 1) halimbawa ay tumaas lamang ng P500/buwan o P20/araw na ipinagpatuloy pa sa panahon ng pangulong Duterte. Matapos ang apat na tranche, P20,179 lamang ang sweldo ng mga guro na napakaliit kumpara sa kinakailangang P30,000/buwan ng bawat pamilyang may anim na miyembro (Ibon Foundations data).

Nagtataasan ang mga bilihin at nasa panganib ngayong lalong bumaba ang purchasing power ng mga guro dahil sa mga karagdagang buwis na ipapataw sa mamamayan sa ilalim ni Duterte. Sa implementasyon ng Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN), magtataas ang presyo ng petrolyo, upa sa bahay, pamasahe, serbisyo tulad ng tubig at kuryente. Nagbabayad pa ang mga guro ng kontribusyon sa PhilHealth at Pag-ibig. Sa madaling sabi, makatarungan at makatwiran ang pagtaas ng sweldo ng mga guro.

Dahil sa patuloy na hinaing at pakikibaka ng mga guro, kamakailan ay naudyok ang pangulong Duterte na itaas ang sweldo ng mga guro. Ayon mismo kay Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, “…judging by what he wanted for the PNP and the AFP, it could be that he is also aiming to double the entry salary for teachers.” Kung pagbabatayan ang nakaraang pagtataas ng sweldo ng mga pulis at sundalo, dapat doblehin ang sweldo ng mga guro.

Hindi daw prayoridad at walang badyet ayon kay Sec. Diokno? Kung matatandaan, pinirmahan na ni Sec. Diokno ng Department of Budget and Management at ni Pangulong Duterte ang pagdoble ng sahod ng mga pulis at sundalo mula P14,000 patungong Php29,000.00 ngayong 2018. Kung nagawa ng pamahalaang iratsada ang pagtaas ng sweldo ng mga pulis at sundalo sa pamamagitan ng paglalabas ng Joint Resolution ng Kongreso at Senado, bakit hindi kayang gawin ito para sa mga guro at iba pang mga kawani?

Galing mismo sa bibig ng Department of Finance Undersecretary Karl Chua, nasa pagitan ng P500 billion hanggang P600 billion ang uncollected taxes ng Bureau of Internal Revenue at Bureau of Customs. Maaari ring i-rechannel ang hidden porks at pondo sa war on drugs at gera. Kung seryoso ang pamahalaang tugunan ang panawagan ng mga guro at kawani para sa pagtataas ng sweldo nito, maraming paraan upang hanapan ng pondo ang pagtataas ng sweldo mula sa badyet ng pamahalaan.

Makatarungan at makatuwiran ang panawagan ng mga guro sa pagtataas ng sweldo! Malinaw sa mga probisyon ng Magna Carta at ng batayang saligang batas na nararapat bigyan ng nakabubuhay na sahod ang mga guro upang makagampan nang maayos sa propesyon nito.

Ang mga guro ay hindi uupo at maghihintay lamang ng biyaya. Kikilos ang mga guro ng bayan at maghahanda para sa malalaking pagkilos upang itaas ang sweldo nito. Magtatakda rin ng isang pambansang koordinadong pagkilos ang mga guro sa pangunguna ng Alliance of Concerned Teachers na tutugunan ng mga chapters nito sa mga rehiyon sa Pilipinas. ###


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#WalangPasok: List of Areas with Class Suspension Jan. 16, 2018

#WalangPasok: List of Areas with Class Suspension Jan. 16, 2018

#WalangPasok: List of Areas with Class Suspension Jan. 16, 2018


Classes for Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, have been canceled in some areas due to bad weather.

Below are the class cancellations for Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018.

  • Tacloban City — all levels (public and private)
  • Palo, Leyte 

STO. DOMINGO

  •  - Lidong Elem School
  •  - Sta. Misericordia Elem School
  •  - Fidel Surtida Elem School
  •  - San Fernando Elem School and High School
  •  - Salvacion Elem School
  •  - Bical High School
  •  - San Andres Elem School
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Updates on PBB from DBM as of January 2018

Updates on PBB from DBM as of January 2018

Updates on PBB from DBM


Mula sa DepEd Central Budget Office kay Ms. Vicky ay napag-alaman po natin na hindi na sa kanila manggagaling ang ating PBB, ito po ay manggagaling na sa mga ating nakatalagang division para sa pag-release nito dahil ito na po ang nirequest ng mga divisions, direct na po ang release ng SARO sa ating divisions upang mas madali ang disbursement ng ating Performance Based Bonus ayon sa ating Kagawaran.

Tumawag na lang po tayo sa ating mga division finance department at itanong na po kung mayroon ng SARO ang ating kanya-kanyang dibisyon. SARO stands for Sub-allotment Release Order.

Mangalampag na po tayo sa ating dibisyon para sa madaliang pagrelease ng ating PBB na dapat ay nuong Disyembre, 2017 pa natin natanggap!

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Sunday, January 14, 2018

CHED chair Licuanan resigns after receiving call from Palace

CHED chair Licuanan resigns after receiving call from Palace

CHED chair Licuanan resigns after receiving call from Palace


Commission on Higher Education chairperson Patricia Licuanan on Monday announced her resignation saying that she received a phone call from Malacañang asking her to step down.

Licuanan made the announcement during the flag ceremony at CHED where she revealed that Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea called her over the weekend asking her to resign, GMA News' Maki Pulido reported.
"I have decided it is time to go...obvious there are persons determined to get me out of CHED," she said.

Licuanan was earlier accused by Puwersa ng Bayaning Atleta party-list Representative Jericho Nograles of going on several trips abroad.

She defended her foreign travels, saying that the trips opened more opportunities to enhance the quality of higher education in the country.

Licuanan, who was appointed to head the commission in 2010 and again in 2014, was supposed to end her second four-year term as chairperson on July 20. —Marlly Rome Bondoc/KG, GMA News


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#WalangPasok: List of Areas with Class Suspension Jan, 15

#WalangPasok: List of Areas with Class Suspension Jan, 15

#WalangPasok: List of Areas with Class Suspension Jan, 15


The following areas in Biliran suspend classes in all levels due to bad weather.

Lahat ng antas:

  • Kawayan, Biliran
  • Naval, Biliran
  • Tacloban City (Inabisuhan din ng City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management office ang mga residenteng nakatira malapit sa landslide-prone areas na lumikas na at manatili muna sa evacuation areas.
  • Biliran Town 
  • Culaba 
  • Caibiran 
  • Cabucgayan

Kanselado rin ang trabaho sa lahat ng opisina ng gobyerno sa Tacloban City.

  • Dulag, Leyte
  • Northern Samar

Elementary to High School

  • Biliran, Biliran
  • Tanauan, Leyte
Walang Pasok sa ilang lugar dahil sa sama ng panahon at bantang dala ng Bulkang Mayon.

Naglabas na rin ng abiso ang mayor ng mga bayan ng Sto. Domingo at Tabaco sa Albay hinggil sa suspension ng klase sa mga apektadong paaralan.

Sto. Domingo, Albay

  • - Lidong Elementary School
  • - Sta. Misericordia Elementary School
  • - Fidel Surtida Elementary School
  • - San Fernando Elementary School
  • - San Fernando High School
  • - Salvacion Elementary School
  • - Bical High School
  • - San Andres Elementary School

Tabaco City

  • - Mayon Elementary School
  • - Bantayan National High School
  • - San Antonio Elementary School
  • - San Antonio National High School
  • - Magapo Elementary School
  • - Oson Elementary School
  • - Buhian Elementary School
  • - Comon Elementary School
  • - Comon National High School
  • - Nagsipit Elementary School
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Friday, January 12, 2018

Teachers threaten walkout over pay

Teachers threaten walkout over pay

Teachers threaten walkout over pay


Thousands of public schoolteachers might go on leave should the Duterte administration walk back on its promise to increase their salaries, the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) warned on Friday.

Benjamin Valbuena, ACT national chair, said the government faced more protests if it failed to adjust the salaries of the country’s more than 600,000 public schoolteachers.

Valbuena said the increase was necessary, especially with the expected rise in the prices of basic commodities due to the implementation of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act.

The group issued the warning two days after Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno said the salary increase of teachers might have to take a back seat to the administration’s more pressing projects.

On Friday, ACT staged a protest at the Department of Budget and Management office in Manila to denounce Diokno’s statement and to call for his resignation.

Liberal Party (LP) senators also called out Diokno for slamming the door on the salary increase of teachers, describing his statement as “insensitive and heartless.”

The senators said that if the budget department was able to find funds to double the pay of military and uniformed personnel, there was no reason why it could not do so for teachers.
“It’s not certainly the way to treat our public schoolteachers, who have been seeking government’s help for higher salaries and additional benefits so they can live decently,” LP president Sen. Francis Pangilinan said in a statement on Friday.
Minority Leader Sen. Franklin Drilon also said there was no reason for Diokno to “whine” about the cost of increasing teachers’ pay since it was able to produce funds for the pay hike of uniformed personnel.
“Instead of slamming the doors on the plea of the teachers, Secretary Diokno should use his wise judgment and skills to find the funds and put money where it is most needed. Investments in the country’s human resources, especially our teachers, can never go wrong,” said Drilon.
On Tuesday, presidential spokesperson Harry Roque announced that Mr. Duterte might double the salary of teachers. But he corrected himself on Thursday, saying that teachers’ salaries might rise but would not be doubled.

Teachers earn a monthly salary ranging from P19,000 to P43,000.


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Roque: Duterte to keep promise on teachers’ pay increase

Roque: Duterte to keep promise on teachers’ pay increase

Roque: Duterte to keep promise on teachers’ pay increase

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President Rodrigo Duterte keeps his promises.

That was the assurance of Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque in a bid to allay fears of public school teachers on the pronouncement of Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno that doubling the salary of teachers was “not a priority” of this administration at this time.

During the 21st Cabinet meeting on Monday, Duterte ordered his Cabinet to find ways to increase the salary of public school teachers.
“Well, it’s very clear. He asked his Cabinet members to find ways to increase the salary of teachers,” Roque said in a Palace briefing on Thursday.
“I’m unequivocally stating that the President ordered everyone to study how to increase the salary of teachers,” he added.
But in a press briefing on Wednesday, Diokno said the salary increase for teachers would take a backseat to more pressing programs needed to be funded like the multi-trillion infrastructure projects of the government.

Roque, nevertheless, noted that the increase in the salary of teachers would be “as much as the [government] can.”
“But what you need to note is that the President says he wants to increase the salary of teachers he does not go back on his promises he will increase the salary of teachers by as much as we can,” he said.
“The intention is there. It will not be taken back,” he added.

Though he did not give a timeline for its implementation, Roque stressed Mr. Duterte’s serious desire to increase the wages of public school teachers.
“We don’t even know when but he has asked them to look for ways and means to increase the salary of teachers,” he said. “It will take time but it will happen during his administration.”  
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Thursday, January 11, 2018

2018 Search for Outstanding Government Workers

2018 Search for Outstanding Government Workers

2018 Search for Outstanding Government Workers

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What is CSC Honor Awards Program 

The Honor Awards program is an annual undertaking of the Civil Service Commission that recognizes government officials and employees who have displayed outstanding work performance. The conferment of honor awards aims to motivate or inspire government employees to improve the quality of their performance and instill deeper involvement in public service. The search culminates with the recognition and conferment of awards to deserving public servants during the celebration of the anniversary of the Philippine Civil Service in September. 

Brief History

On June 19, 1959, the Employee Suggestions and Incentives Awards System (ESIAS) came into existence under Section 27 of Republic Act No. 2260. ESIAS grants honorary awards to public servants for their suggestions, inventions and extraordinary feats that result in economy and efficiency of government operation. It also grants awards to government employees who perform extraordinary acts or services beyond public expectations. Awards under RA 2260 were known as Presidential Award, Distinguished Honor Award, Superior Award and the Meritorious Honor Award. RA 2260 granted a total of 129 honor awards covering the period of 1966 until 1975.

On October 6, 1975, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) was reorganized by virtue of Presidential Decree 807 or the Civil Service Decree which established, among others, a new set of rules, regulations and guidelines on ESIAS. The new law modified the types of honor awards as follows: Presidential or Lingkod Bayan and Silangan Awards, the Civil Service Commission or Pagasa Award and the Agency or Kapwa Award.

On August 18, 1988 President Corazon C. Aquino issued Executive Order No. 334 to institute the Presidential Awards for Outstanding Public Service. Based on the Omnibus Civil Service Rules and Regulations Implementing Book V of Executive Order 292, the type of honor awards are: the Presidential or Lingkod Bayan Award and the Civil Service Commission or Pagasa Award.

In 1992, President Aquino issued Executive Order 508 revoking EO 334. EO 508 instituted the Lingkod Bayan Award as the Presidential Award for Outstanding Public Service.

President Fidel V. Ramos amended EO 508 in 1993 with Executive Order No. 77 which clarified the legal basis of the conferment of Lingkod Bayan Award.


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MGA BAGONG IMPORMASYON MULA SA PHILHEALTH AT BIR

MGA BAGONG IMPORMASYON MULA SA PHILHEALTH AT BIR

MGA BAGONG IMPORMASYON MULA SA PHILHEALTH AT BIR


Mga kaltas sa sweldo ng mga ordinaryong mamamayan ang pinagtuunan ng pansin ng dalawang kongresista.

Ipinaalala sa publiko ni KABAYAN Party-list Representative Ron Salo na mayroon nang bagong rates ang PhilHealth contributions na ipinatutupad na simula nitong Enero 2018.

Ipinagbigay-alam naman ni Leyte Second District Congressman Henry Ong sa publiko na ang BIR ay nagpalabas na ng mga patakaran at pamantayan para sa pag-compute ng withholding tax at excise tax sa matatamis na inumin, pati na ang public consultations ng BIR ukol sa ginagawa nilang reglamento para sa Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law.

PHILHEALTH

“Lumabas ang circular noon pang September 2017 pero naging epektibo ito nito lang Enero. Siya nga pala, ang PhilHealth budget para sa health care coverage ngayong 2018 ay P57 billion,” ani Salo, kasapi ng House Committee on Health.
Para sa PhilHealth members na ang monthly basic salary ay P10,000 pababa, ang monthly premium ay P275 na ang patas na pagkakahati sa equal employee’s and employer’s share ay P136.50.

Sa PhilHealth members na may monthly basic salary mula P10,000.01 hanggang P39,999.99, ang total monthly premium ay 2.75 percent ng sweldong iyon at ang share ng employee at employer ay tig-kalahati.

Iyon namang may basic monthly salary na P40,000 pataas. P1,100 ang total monthly premium kaya naman ang employee and employer shares ay tig-P550.

Ang mga Kasambahay o domestic workers na sueldo ay P5,000 per month pataas ay mayroong hatian din na employees at employer’s share, pero iyong kumikita ng mas mababa sa P5,000 ang employer ang magbabayad ng buong PhilHealth monthly premium.

BIR at mga buwis

Nakatakda sa January 11 and 12 ang public consultations ng BIR para sa implementing rules and regulations ng TRAIN na gaganapin sa BIR National Training Center auditorium sa Diliman, Quezon City.

Hinimok ni Ong ang BIR na magpalabas ng mga gabay at impormasyon sa nararapat na pagpataw ng buwis at epekto nito sa mga presyo ng mga bilihin.
“Such information would counter any disinformation and misinformation that prey on the fears of the public,” aniya.
Pinaalalahanan ni Leyte 2nd District Representative Henry Ong ang mga individual income taxpayers: hindi saklaw ng TRAIN law ang 2017 income.

Magugunitang nagpaalala kamakailan si Ong na kailangan pa ring mag-file ng income tax returns para sa mga sinuweldo at kinita noong nagdaang 2017.
“Ang kinita at sinuweldo nating mga taxpayer nitong katatapos lang na taon ay bubuwisan alinsunod sa lumang batas kapag nag-file na tayo income tax returns o ITR bago ang deadline sa April 16, 2018. Kaya naman, kailangan pa rin natin ng withholding tax certificate para sa inyong 2017 ITR,” ani Ong, kasapi ng House Committee on Economic Affairs
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For saying wage hike ‘not a priority,’ DBM’s Diokno dubbed ‘Teachers’ Enemy #1’

For saying wage hike ‘not a priority,’ DBM’s Diokno dubbed ‘Teachers’ Enemy #1’

For saying wage hike ‘not a priority,’ DBM’s Diokno dubbed ‘Teachers’ Enemy #1’


MANILA, Philippines — For saying salary increases for public school teachers are “not our priority this time,” Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno was dubbed “Teachers’ Enemy #1.”

ACT Teachers Representative France Castro went further, calling Diokno “pathologically anti-teacher” for consistently opposing hikes in the wages and benefits of educators.

Fellow ACT Representative Antonio Tinio said Diokno should consider quitting his post if he cannot comply with the wishes of President Rodrigo Duterte, who said he wants to double teachers’ pay the same way he did with the wages of military and uniformed personnel.

Diokno said on Wednesday that wage hikes for teachers were untenable because the administration’s thrust was its “Build, Build, Build” and social protection programs.

Increasing the pay of the 600,000 public school teachers, he pointed out, would require half a trillion pesos.

But Castro argued that the expected increase in fuel prices, house rentals, fares and utilities, a wage increase for the teachers was just and reasonable.

She added that the Budget department could not simply reject a wage hike invoking lack of funds, noting that there are possible sources other than the national budget, such as uncollected taxes and what she called “hidden pork” and the budget for the war on drugs, that could be “re-channeled.”

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Sample Computation of Monthly Compensation Package of Teacher I

Sample Computation of Monthly Compensation Package of Teacher I

Sample Computation of Monthly Compensation Package of Teacher I

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Tinatayang Php356B ang inilaang badyet ng Administrasyon para pondohan ang sahod ng mahigit 800,000 na guro sa bansa.

Ang Teacher 1 na kabilang sa Salary Grade 11 ay mayroong buwanang compensation package na Php 26,875.50. Kasama na rito ang mga bonus at allowance gaya ng Personal Economic Relief Allowance, Clothing/Uniform Allowance,Mid-year Bonus, Year-end Bonus, Performance Enhancement Incentive, at Cash Gift.

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Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Pay hike for public school teachers to be studied: budget chief

Pay hike for public school teachers to be studied: budget chief

Pay hike for public school teachers to be studied: budget chief


MANILA - An independent body will study a possible salary increase for public school teachers, Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno said Wednesday, after the government doubled the pay for soldiers and policemen.
Diokno said the “best time to consider” future salary adjustments would be after the 4-year salary standardization law takes full effect in 2020.
Doubling the pay of some 600,000 public school teachers would cost half a trillion pesos, Diokno told reporters.

Government resources are focused on President Rodrigo Duterte’s P8-trillion infrastructure program and social protection initiatives for the poor.

Public school teachers' monthly salaries range from P19,620 to P47,779, according to the Department of Education. Two more adjustments will be given under the salary standardization law this year and in 2019.

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Legarda: 1K Increase in Teachers’ Allowance Under 2018 Budget

Legarda: 1K Increase in Teachers’ Allowance Under 2018 Budget

Legarda: 1K Increase in Teachers’ Allowance Under 2018 Budget

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Senator Loren Legarda today said that all public school teachers will receive additional Php1,000 in their cash or chalk allowance this year.

Legarda, Chair of the Senate Committee on Finance, said that additional Php770 Million was allocated in the Department of Education’s (DepEd) budget to increase the annual chalk allowance of public school teachers from Php2,500 to Php3,500 per teacher.
“This is good news for our teachers because additional allowance means they can purchase more of what they need to be more effective in teaching. Now they have additional Php1,000 to purchase classroom supplies like chalk, markers, paper, erasers and other materials,” said Legarda.
“We wanted to give them more but this is what the 2018 budget can provide as of now. Hopefully, for the 2019 budget, we will be able to give Php5,000 for annual chalk allowance per teacher. The DepEd should already include the necessary amount in their proposed budget,” she added.
In 2015, chalk allowance increased from Php1,000 to Php1,500 per teacher. It was raised to Php2,500 under the 2017 national budget. In the 2018 budget, it is now Php3,500.

Legarda also said she hopes that the allowance of teachers will be released early enough for them to actually purchase their supplies.
“The provision of chalk allowance to our teachers is an important concern and it is equally important to ensure that it is given to our teachers on time, before the start of the school year. If government agencies could easily provide office equipment to their staff, we should do the same for our teachers who only want the best for their students,” Legarda concluded.
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Diokno: Doubling public school teachers’ pay ‘not a priority’

Diokno: Doubling public school teachers’ pay ‘not a priority’

Diokno: Doubling public school teachers’ pay ‘not a priority’


Despite the President’s promise to double the pay of public school teachers, Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno said Wednesday it would take a backseat to more pressing programs needed to be funded, including the ambitious “Build, Build, Build” infrastructure rollout.

Diokno said in a press conference that for the 600,000 public school teachers, the government may have to shell out half a trillion pesos if plans to double their salaries push through.
“That is not our priority at this time. Our priority is the ‘Build, Build, Build’ and social protection. I think we have to study that very carefully,” Diokno said.
Under “Build, Build, Build,” the government plans to roll out 75 flagship, “game-changing” projects, with about half targeted to be finished within President Duterte’s term, alongside spending a total of up to P9 trillion on hard and modern infrastructure until 2022 to usher in “the golden age of infrastructure.”

Diokno noted that the salaries of teachers in public schools now fare better than those in private schools, hence the exodus of educators from the latter to the former.

Diokno also pointed out that public school teachers’ salaries would still go up next year under Executive Order No. 201, which was issued by former President Benigno Aquino III before he left office in 2016.

Under EO 201, civilian government personnel would enjoy four tranches of salary increases until 2019.

Diokno said public school teachers’ salaries already rose by about 15-16 percent so far, following the implementation of the third tranche of pay hike this year.

According to Diokno, the Department of Budget and Management plans to tap a private firm to study the competitiveness of the government’s pay scheme before 2020 or at the end of the four-year salary adjustment program.

The Budget chief said he would talk to President Duterte about the matter.

Last Tuesday, presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said President Duterte wanted to double the public school teachers’ pay after increasing those being received by police officers and soldiers.

According to Roque, the increase in teachers’ salaries would supposedly be funded through the administration’s second tax reform package.

However, the second tax reform package is expected to be revenue-neutral, which means the tax payments it would generate will be offset by foregone revenues.

A Department of Finance document last year showed that the second of five tax reform packages would mainly be based on the results of the cost-benefit analysis of investors’ tax perks under the Tax Incentives Management and Transparency Act (Timta).

A comprehensive review of the country’s tax incentives regime had been mandated under the Timta Law to give an overview of the benefits as well as the costs of giving away fiscal perks to investors.

The second tax reform package would bring down the corporate income tax rate from 30 percent at present to 28 percent in 2019 and 25 percent in 2021, similar to the rates in neighboring countries.

Fiscal incentives would be rationalized under the second package such that only those that were performance-based, targeted, time-bound and transparent shall be granted to investors.

As for existing tax incentives, a sunset provision of a maximum of five years would be put in place.

Also, the government would replace the 5-percent gross income earned tax to a reduced corporate income tax rate of 15 percent under the second tax package.

The second package would also “expand the coverage of the Fiscal Incentives Review Board to include all incentive recipients beyond government-owned and/or -controlled corporations” while also reviewing the tax incentives being given away by investment promotion agencies such as the Board of Investments, the Philippine Economic Zone Authority as well as other economic zones, the DOF document showed.
In general, the second tax package would “enforce the minimum corporate income tax” as well as “simplify the corporate income tax system,” according to the DOF.
Based on DOF estimates, the P34.8 billion in foregone revenues from the reduced corporate income tax rates would be offset by a similar P34.8-billion gain from the rationalization of fiscal incentives during the first year of implementation.
“The lower income tax rate must be offset by enough claw back of incentives,” hence revenue-neutral,” the DOF had explained.

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Tuesday, January 9, 2018

The Official DOF Tax Calculator

The Official DOF Tax Calculator

The Official DOF Tax Calculator


Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN)

Ang Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) ay naghahangad na baguhin ang kasalukuyang sistema ng pagbubuwis upang gawin itong simple, makatarungan, at mas mabisa. Sa pamamagitan ng TRAIN, ang bawat Pilipino ay maga-ambag sa pagpondo ng mas maraming imprastraktura at mga serbisyong panlipunan para mawala ang matinding kahirapan at mabawasan ang hindi pagkakapantay-pantay. Ang TRAIN ay prayoridad na reporma ng administrasyong Duterte.

Frequently Asked Questions

Sino ang makikinabang sa mga pagbabago sa PIT?

  • Hindi na bubuwisan ang unang 250,000 ng taunang kita. Sa pangkahalatan, tataas ang kita ng 99.9% ng mga nagbabayad ng buwis, dulot ng paggalaw sa mga saklong ng kita at pagbaba ng antas ng buwis. Upang mapanatliting progresibo ang Sistema ng pagbubuwis, ipapataw ang mas mataas na antas na 35% sa pinakamayamang 0.1% ng mga nagbabayad ng buwis.

Bakit hindi mababawasan ang antas ng VAT?

  • Isa ang Pilipinas sa mga bansang may pinakamataas na antas ng VAT ngunit may pinakamaraming VAT exemption sa Timog Silangang Asya. Ginagawa nitong komplikado ang sistema ng VAT at mahirap ang pagkolekta ng buwis. Makakatulong sa pagbawas ng VAT sa hinaharap ang pagtugon sa mga problemang ito. Pinasawalang-bisa ng TRAIN ang 54 sa mga exemption, upang maging mas patas ang sistema ng VAT. Mananatili naman ang mga VAT exemption para sa senior citizen at mga may kapansanan.

Sakop ba ng buwis ang bonus at iba pang benepisyo?

  • Hindi sakop ng income tax ng mga bonus at benepisyo na aabot sa 90,000. (Iniakyat ang exemption mula 82,000). Alinsunod sa layuning gawing simple ang sistema ng pagbubuwis, pasok na sa pinataas na exemption ng 250,000 ang kasalukuyang personal exemption at exemption para sa mga may dependent. Exempt din ang de minimis benefits. Tinaas naman ang buwis sa fringe benefits sa 35%, katulad ng pinakamataas na antas para sa PIT.

Bakit kailangang baguhin ang buwis sa mga sasakyan?

  • Ginawang simple ng TRAIN ang buwis sa mga sasakyan at hinihikayat ang paggamit ng mga mas epektibo at makakalikasang alternatibo. Hindi na bubuwisan ang mga pawing electric na sasakyan, at ang mga hybrid naman ay kalahati lamang ng buwis ang kailangang bayaran.

Bakit kailangang magpataw ng karagdagang buwis sa produktong petrolyo?

  • Hindi binago sa loob ng 20 taon ang buwis sa petrolyo. Dulot ng inflation, lumiit na ang halaga nito at ang nakokolektang buwis mula rito. Lumiit din ang kakayahan ng buwis na ito na limitahan ang pagkasirang pangkalikasan at pangkalusugan na dulot ng polusyon. Dahil mayayaman ang kumukonsumo ng karamihan ng petrolyong gingagamit ng bansa, isang subsidiya sa mga mayaman ang mababang buwis sa langis. Dulot ng pag-akyat sa buwis sa petrolyo, matitigil ang subsidiyang ito at tataas ang ponding malilikom para pagpapatayo ng imprastrukturang tutulong sa pagtugon sa matinding trapiko.

Bakit SSB at hindi asukal mismo ang bubuwisan ng TRAIN?

  • Mura at madaling mabili ang mga SSB, subalit lingid sa kaalaman ng maraming konsumidores, walang halaga sa nutrisyon ang calories mula sa SSB. May mga pangmatagalang epekto rin sa kalusugan ang madalas na pag-inom ng SSB. Sa pagpataw ng buwis sa SSB, hinihikayat ng TRAIN ang mga pagpipiliang makabubuti sa kalusugan upang masiguro ang pagiging produktibo ng mga mamamayan.

Alamin ang iyong total gains mula sa tax reform!

Simula Enero 1, 2018, ipapatupad na ang package 1 ng TRAIN o Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion.

Tinatama ng TRAIN ang masalimuot at hindi makatarungang sistema ng pagbubuwis. Binababaan nito ang personal income tax, ginagawang simple ang estate at donor’s tax, linalawakan ang saklaw ng value-added tax, tinataas ang buwis sa mga produktong petrolyo at sa mga sasakyan, at bibigyan ng buwis ang mga sugar-sweetened beverage. Akma ang tax calculator na ito sa mga sumusweldong mamamayan, kabilang na ang mga sumasahod, mga emplyado, at iba pa.



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