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RATERough Around the Edges (band)
RATERadioisotopes and the Age of the Earth
RATERun After Tax Evaders (Philippine's Bureau of Internal Revenue tax collection scheme)
RATERouting And Traffic Engineering
RATERadioactivity and the Age of the Earth
RATERemote Area Terminal Equipment
RATERisk Assessment, Tools of Supervision, Evaluation (UK financial services)
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The latest Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) data showed that from 2005 to 2018, only 10 cases filed under the Run After Tax Evaders (RATE) program were resolved by courts in favor of the government.
According to Diokno, the government has proven in various cases that it can run after tax evaders.
Pitching in, Justice Secretary Leila de Lima said she would help run after tax evaders and smugglers, and vowed to fast track their prosecution.
COA also denied the firm's petition to be paid by the government for the advertising placements for the Run After Tax Evaders program from November 2011 to January 2012.
Last week, Dulay also lifted the suspension of BIR audits for cases under its Run After Tax Evaders (Rate) program, which brings alleged tax evaders to court.
Last week Dulay ordered the revival of the BIR program called RATE, or Run After Tax Evaders, covering income tax returns of individual and corporate taxpayers in 2014 and prior years.
23, the lifting of the suspension of BIR audits for cases under the Run After Tax Evaders (RATE) program.
Of the 450 filed under the Bureau of Internal Revenue's Run After Tax Evaders (RATE) program, however, only six have been decided on-one dismissed by the Supreme Court with finality, two dismissed by the Department of Justice with finality and three dismissed by the Court of Tax Appeals and other regular courts.
Department of Finance data, however, showed that of the 450 cases filed by the BIR as of March 17 under its Run After Tax Evaders (RATE) program, only six have been decided on-one dismissed by the Supreme Court with finality, two dismissed by the DOJ with finality and three dismissed by the Court of Tax Appeals and other regular courts.
Jacinto-Henares has said that Oplan Kandado and the Run After Tax Evaders (Rate) program are consistently among the top priority programs of the country's largest tax-collection agency, as these have a significant impact to the attainment of the revenue goal.
The double-digit increase in tax collection was credited by BIR officials to the various anti-tax evasion measures and administrative programs to shore up tax collection, including the Run After Tax Evaders (RATE), under which the BIR files cases against suspected tax evaders once every two weeks.