drbubb Posted August 30, 2016 Report Share Posted August 30, 2016 MODEL No: persons: NOW / pers. / +25% : /room /mon. / +50%: /room /mon. / Grd fl.: 02 units — : P64K (now) : + 25%> : P80K : +50%> P96K : Sm rm: 06 : x 2 = 12 : 48K : 4.00K/ 5.00K : 10,000: 60K : 6.00K : 12,000: 72K : Lg. rm: 18 : x 4 = 72 : 288K : 4.00K/ 5.00K : 20,000: 360K: 6.00K : 24,000: 432K: Sub-T. : 24 : —— 84 : 336K : 4.00k/ 5.00K : 17,500 : 420K: 6.00K : 21,000: 504K: +5th fl Potential Inc.: 100K : : 125K : : 150K: ——— Total : : 500K : : 632K : : 750K: / 1400: per sqm P 357 / P 451 / P 536 / Annual (x12): P6.00M P7.58M P9.00M Gross Yield, on 90M: 5.95 % 8.42 % 10.00 % Net Yield, 75% Gross. 4.46 % 6.32 % 7.50 % ======= (above relates to 5 storey building in C. area) NOTES: Philippines Taxes Income tax Liability for income tax The liability of aliens for Philippines tax is determined by their residence status. An alien who is present in the Philippines for at least two years is a resident alien. An alien who stays in the Philippines for less than two years is considered a nonresident alien. There are two classifications of a nonresident alien: + Engaged in trade or business in the Philippines + Not engaged in trade or business in the Philippines A nonresident alien engaged in trade or business (NRAETB) is one who stays in the Philippines for more than 180 days during the calendar year. If the individual stays in the Philippines for less than 180 days, the individual is considered a nonresident alien not engaged in trade or business (NRANETB). The taxable income of citizens, resident aliens, and NRAETB is defined as gross compensation and net business income less personal allowances. The taxable income of NRANETBs is their gross income. Nonresident citizens and aliens are subject to income tax on Philippines-sourced income only. NRANETBs are taxed at a flat rate of 25 percent. In general, every citizen, resident alien, and NRAETB in the Philippines is required to file an income tax return and an annual information return. == > https://www.kpmg.com/Global/en/IssuesAndInsights/ArticlesPublications/Documents/thinking-beyond-borders-2011/ies-tbb-2011-philippines.pdf Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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