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Friday, May 24, 2019

Bill Extending Travel Perks To The Dependents of OFW's Approved By Congress

The bill seeks to extend further assistance to overseas Filipino workers (OFW) by giving exemptions to their dependents from paying of travel tax and airport fee enjoyed by OFWs.

The measure extends the benefit of exemption from payment of travel tax and airport fee to children of OFWs who are “solo parents” as defined under the Solo Parent’s Welfare Act of 2000.

The bill seeks to extend further assistance to overseas Filipino workers (OFW) by giving exemptions to their dependents from paying of travel tax and airport fee enjoyed by OFWs.  The measure extends the benefit of exemption from payment of travel tax and airport fee to children of OFWs who are “solo parents” as defined under the Solo Parent’s Welfare Act of 2000.       Ads   The House of Representatives has endorsed for Senate approved a measure seeking to grant travel tax exemption to dependents of married or solo parent overseas Filipino workers (OFWs).  With a unanimous vote of 171, the lower chamber approved House Bill 6138 on the third and final reading. The bill seeks to amend Sections 3 and 35 of the Republic Act (RA) 8042, otherwise known as the Migrant Workers and Overseas Filipinos Act of 1995, as amended by RA 10022.   The bill will extend further assistance to OFWs by exempting their dependents from the payment of travel tax and airport fee as well.  The measure extends the benefit of exemption from payment of travel tax and airport fee to children of OFWs who are considered “solo parents” as defined under the Solo Parent’s Welfare Act of 2000.  Davao del Norte Rep. Pantaleon Alvarez, the principal author of the bill, said the contribution of OFWs to the country’s revenue-raising effort and economic standing, in general, is undeniably significant, with their total yearly remittances amounting to billions of dollars.  He said the government has as much as possible conferred upon these OFWs privileges and protection in various matters.      Ads      Sponsored Links    “This notwithstanding, there is still some void to fill as the so-called solo parent OFWs face some sort inequity in the field of taxation,” Alvarez said.  According to Alvarez, children of these single parent modern-day heroes are currently denied exemptions from travel tax, an incentive to which kids of their married counterparts are entitled as provided for under RA No. 6768, as amended, or the Expanded Balikbayan Program.

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The House of Representatives has endorsed for Senate approved a measure seeking to grant travel tax exemption to dependents of married or solo parent overseas Filipino workers (OFWs).

With a unanimous vote of 171, the lower chamber approved 
House Bill 6138 on the third and final reading. The bill seeks to amend Sections 3 and 35 of the Republic Act (RA) 8042, otherwise known as the Migrant Workers and Overseas Filipinos Act of 1995, as amended by RA 10022.

The bill will extend further assistance to OFWs by exempting their dependents from the payment of travel tax and airport fee as well.

The measure extends the benefit of exemption from payment of travel tax and airport fee to children of OFWs who are considered “solo parents” as defined under the Solo Parent’s Welfare Act of 2000.

Davao del Norte Rep. Pantaleon Alvarez, the principal author of the bill, said the contribution of OFWs to the country’s revenue-raising effort and economic standing, in general, is undeniably significant, with their total yearly remittances amounting to billions of dollars.

He said the government has as much as possible conferred upon these OFWs privileges and protection in various matters.


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The bill seeks to extend further assistance to overseas Filipino workers (OFW) by giving exemptions to their dependents from paying of travel tax and airport fee enjoyed by OFWs.  The measure extends the benefit of exemption from payment of travel tax and airport fee to children of OFWs who are “solo parents” as defined under the Solo Parent’s Welfare Act of 2000.       Ads   The House of Representatives has endorsed for Senate approved a measure seeking to grant travel tax exemption to dependents of married or solo parent overseas Filipino workers (OFWs).  With a unanimous vote of 171, the lower chamber approved House Bill 6138 on the third and final reading. The bill seeks to amend Sections 3 and 35 of the Republic Act (RA) 8042, otherwise known as the Migrant Workers and Overseas Filipinos Act of 1995, as amended by RA 10022.   The bill will extend further assistance to OFWs by exempting their dependents from the payment of travel tax and airport fee as well.  The measure extends the benefit of exemption from payment of travel tax and airport fee to children of OFWs who are considered “solo parents” as defined under the Solo Parent’s Welfare Act of 2000.  Davao del Norte Rep. Pantaleon Alvarez, the principal author of the bill, said the contribution of OFWs to the country’s revenue-raising effort and economic standing, in general, is undeniably significant, with their total yearly remittances amounting to billions of dollars.  He said the government has as much as possible conferred upon these OFWs privileges and protection in various matters.      Ads      Sponsored Links    “This notwithstanding, there is still some void to fill as the so-called solo parent OFWs face some sort inequity in the field of taxation,” Alvarez said.  According to Alvarez, children of these single parent modern-day heroes are currently denied exemptions from travel tax, an incentive to which kids of their married counterparts are entitled as provided for under RA No. 6768, as amended, or the Expanded Balikbayan Program.

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“This notwithstanding, there is still some void to fill as the so-called solo parent OFWs face some sort inequity in the field of taxation,” Alvarez said.

According to Alvarez, children of these single parent modern-day heroes are currently denied exemptions from travel tax, an incentive to which kids of their married counterparts are entitled as provided for under RA No. 6768, as amended, or the Expanded Balikbayan Program.
©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO

Thursday, May 23, 2019

Foreclosed Properties for Sale from RCBC!


Since money is hard to earn, it is expected for the budget-conscious buyer to look for bargains in buying something especially if the big amount is required. Just like buying a piece of land or any kind of real properties. Perhaps this is the reason why foreclosed properties become attractive to those who are looking for a property at a cheaper price!   No doubt that if you are looking for a real estate property, you will find the lowest price if you buy a foreclosed house, vacant lot or house and lot among other properties. And they said that buying foreclosed properties from the bank is a safer choice. Because these properties have already been through the foreclosure process, with banks having taken them over. Banks will often sell these properties at prices below market value to get rid of them.  A foreclosed property can present a savvy investment opportunity under the right circumstances. Just do your homework by carefully researching the property you like! The following are foreclosed properties from RCBC Bank with the cheapest comes with the price of P89,000!  Jbsolis.com is not affiliated nor connected with RCBC. This post is for general purposes only. This list is not intended as a recommendation of any particular company or product. To find the right opportunity for you, regardless of cost, it’s important that you do your due diligence. Please transact only with the bank’s authorized personnel. Jbsolis is not liable for any transaction or contract entered into that is related to this listing.


Since money is hard to earn, it is expected for the budget-conscious buyer to look for bargains in buying something especially if the big amount is required. Just like buying a piece of land or any kind of real properties. Perhaps this is the reason why foreclosed properties become attractive to those who are looking for a property at a cheaper price! 



No doubt that if you are looking for a real estate property, you will find the lowest price if you buy a foreclosed house, vacant lot or house and lot among other properties. And they said that buying foreclosed properties from the bank is a safer choice. Because these properties have already been through the foreclosure process, with banks having taken them over. Banks will often sell these properties at prices below market value to get rid of them.



A foreclosed property can present a savvy investment opportunity under the right circumstances. Just do your homework by carefully researching the property you like! The following are foreclosed properties from RCBC Bank with the cheapest comes with the price of P89,000!
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Jbsolis.com is not affiliated nor connected with RCBC. This post is for general purposes only. This list is not intended as a recommendation of any particular company or product.

To find the right opportunity for you, regardless of cost, it’s important that you do your due diligence. Please transact only with the bank’s authorized personnel. Jbsolis is not liable for any transaction or contract entered into that is related to this listing.

For the full list of properties for sale from RCBC Savings Bank you may check this link and contact the following for more information.

Who to Contact

Red(02) 230-7707 / 0919-9938394
Joseph(02) 230-7707 / 0919-9938394
Alex(02) 230-7707 / 0919-9938394
Jessica(02) 230-7707 / 0919-9938394

This article is filed under foreclosed properties for sale, foreclosure listing, bank properties, vacant lot for sale, house and lot for sale, Pag-IBIG Fund, acquired properties for sale.

©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO

List of Foreclosed Properties From Bahay Financial Services Inc (BFS)




If you are looking for residential properties, Bahay Financial Services (BFS) Inc. offers a lot of properties for sale all over the Philippines.  It said that these properties are mostly located in established communities with good access to commercial, school, public establishments, and transportation.   These properties represent foreclosed assets with titles consolidated in the name of the creditor and which can now be freely transferred to third party buyers, as well as unoccupied properties which are in the process of foreclosure. Check the following list of foreclosed properties from BFS Inc!


If you are looking for residential properties, Bahay Financial Services (BFS) Inc. offers a lot of properties for sale all over the Philippines. It said that these properties are mostly located in established communities with good access to commercial, school, public establishments, and transportation. 

These properties represent foreclosed assets with titles consolidated in the name of the creditor and which can now be freely transferred to third party buyers, as well as unoccupied properties which are in the process of foreclosure. Check the following list of foreclosed properties from BFS Inc!

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Contact Information
22nd Floor
RCBC Savings Bank Corporate Center
26th and 25th Streets, Bonifacio South
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig,
Metro Manila, Philippines


Telephone +632 750-3888
Mobile +63-922-9999-BFS


PLDT toll-free outside of Metro Manila and Davao: 1-800-10-2255-BFS (237)
Text +63-908-896-8278 Type BFS <space> PSD <space> Account Number <space> Your Message
Website: www.bfs.com.ph
Email: info@bfs.com.ph


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Read: Foreclosed Properties for Sale from East West Bank! — Cheapest is P70,000



































Read: Used Cars for Sale from Buena Mano

Jbsolis.com is not affiliated nor connected with RCBC. This post is for general purposes only. This list is not intended as a recommendation of any particular company or product. 

To find the right opportunity for you, regardless of cost, it’s important that you do your due diligence. Please transact only with the bank’s authorized personnel. Jbsolis is not liable for any transaction or contract entered into that is related to this listing.

This article is filed under foreclosed properties for sale, foreclosure listing, bank properties, vacant lot for sale, house and lot for sale, Pag-IBIG Fund, acquired properties for sale, BFS.

©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO