3 companies face tax evasion complaints


MANILA- The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) filed three separate tax evasion complaints amounting to P152 million with the Department of Justice (DOJ) on Thursday.

Charged for violations of the National Internal Revenue Code (NIRC)

were Condi Commercial Corporation and its treasurer, Marlyn Young; Psti Food Supplies, Inc. and its responsible corporate officers, Alfredo Belen, Jr. (president) and Lothar Vogt (treasurer); and Quicksellers Corporation and its president, Richard Lee, and treasurer, Danilo Dela Fuente.

Respondents Condi, Psti Food, and Quicksellers are domestic corporations registered with the BIR Revenue District Office (RDO) No. 40 Cubao, Quezon City, RDO No. 46 Cainta, Rizal, and RDO No.

41-Mandaluyong City, respectively.

Respondent Condi, engaged in the trading of goods such as condiments, food, and beverages on wholesale or retail basis, is facing a complaint for a total tax for taxable year 2007 amounting to P12.89 million.

Respondent Psti Food, engaged in the business of trading of goods such as processed foods, is being sued for a total tax deficiency for taxable year 2007 amounting to P11.46 million.

Respondent Quicksellers, engaged in the sales distribution of Unilever products, is being sued for a total tax deficiency for taxable year 2010 amounting to P127.44-million.

The BIR said respondents were served the corresponding Letters of Authority (LOA), Preliminary Assessment Notices (PAN), Final Assessment Notices (FAN), and Formal Letters of Demand (FLD) with Details of Discrepancies, but failed to either pay or challenge the assessments, making these final, executory, and demandable.

The complaints are the 28th, 29th, and 30th filed under the bureau’s Run After Tax Evaders (RATE) program under the Duterte Administration.

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