Call centers may continue working from home but without tax incentives - DOF
Mar 24, 2022
“No one is prohibiting them or impinging on their management prerogative to continue implementing their work-from-home setups,” said Dominguez in a statement late Tuesday (March 22).
But Dominguez said IPA-registered BPO players that will decide to allow employees to prolong working from home “must give up the tax incentives they currently enjoy because the law is clear on this.”
Dominguez pointed to Section 309 of the Tax Code, which listed down the contractual obligations of BPO firms which had been given income tax holiday (ITH) and other fiscal perks by IPAs like the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (Peza).
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