Everything You Need to Know About FDDA Before Appealing to the CTA and Supreme Court - ACCESS MCLE

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Everything You Need to Know About FDDA Before Appealing to the CTA and Supreme Court

Updates on Substantive and Procedural Law

Atty. Jesus Clint O. Aranas

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Everything You Need to Know About FDDA Before Appealing to the CTA and Supreme Court

Part IV of the Tax Assessment Lecture Series
CATEGORY

Updates on Substantive and Procedural Laws and Jurisprudence

CREDIT UNIT

TBD

DURATION

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LAUNCH DATE

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ABOUT THE COURSE

This course will discuss the Final Discussion on Disputed Assessment (FDDA), the Action and Inaction from the CIR, and the process of appealing to the Court of Tax Appeals and the Supreme Court.
After this course, you will have a comprehensive understanding on the remedies available against the BIR’s action (through an FDDA) or inaction on a taxpayer’s protest.
This course aims to guide you in making an informed decision when to avail of the administrative or judicial remedy in your tax assessment cases, which will hopefully lead to a more strategic and effective approach in your advocacy for your clients.
At the end of this course, you should be able to:

  • Determine the two available remedies under Sec 3.14 of RR 18-2013 when the decision of CIR or his authorized representative is unfavorable to the taxpayer,
  • Identify the actions needed by the taxpayer if the CIR or his authorized representative is favorable to the taxpayer,
  • Identify the options available for the taxpayer in cases of inaction by the CIR,
  • Leverage the options available for the taxpayer in cases of inaction by the CIR’s authorized representative; and
  • Analyze the things to consider before appealing to the CTA and the Supreme Court.

Course Status

COMING SOON

Course price

₱443

when you avail the Full Compliance (36 Units) bundle

₱600

Regular price for 1 credit unit course

LECTURER

Atty. Jesus Clint O. Aranas

Managing Partner, Aranas Cruz Araneta Parker & Faustino Law Offices
Clint graduated from Silliman University College of Law. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce from the Philippine School of Business Administration. He started his career as a legal assistant at the office of the late Senator Raul Roco. He later moved to the Sycip Gorres Velayo & Company. With over 20 years of experience in the field of taxation, he is known in the tax community as a competent and incorruptible practitioner.