Announcement: YPS Forum on Government Services

Busy busy new year…

There are things that are not taught in school. Things that really matter when you start to embark on your career journey. Many of us would be shy of asking: How is my tax computed? How do I get SSS loans? What is the PAGIBIG for? This is why Young Public Servants (YPS) is conducting a forum on Government Services, so young (and old) peeps would know how to avail of these services that are regularly taxed from our paychecks.

FORUM ON GOVERNMENT SERVICES

Introduction
The seminar aims to deepen the understanding of the work of government/quasi-government agencies in providing support to young professionals and advance information to students.

Topics
1. Taxation: Getting a BIR Tax Identification Number
Tax computation for wage and salary workers
Tax computation for professionals and mixed income workers
Processes for tax payments of professionals and mixed income workers
Procurement of Community Tax Identification Certificate

2. Social Security: Getting an SSS/GSIS identification number
SSS/GSIS benefits, including retirement/death, sickness, disability

3. Health Insurance: Getting a PHILHEALTH insurance card
Benefits of PHILHEALTH membership

4. Housing: Getting a PAG-IBIG card
Benefits of PAG-IBIG membership
Access to non-PAG-IBIG housing loans

Seminar Mechanics
Date: February 2, 2008, 1:00-4:30pm
Venue: To be announced
Fee: 100 pesos

Program
1:00 – 1:30 Registration
1:30 – 3:00 Taxation/Invited Speakers: Willy Parayno, Hilda Gonzales, EPRA
3:00 – 4:00 Social Security/Invited Speakers:
Horacio Templo, Executive Vice President/ Mariss Bugante, Vice President, SSS
Serge Andal, Vice President, Policy Programs Management, GSIS
4:00 – 4:30 Health Insurance and Housing/Invited Speakers:
Madeleine Valera, Vice President, PHIC
Atty. Romero F.S. Quimbo, Chief Executive Officer, Home Development Mutual Fund

SLOTS ARE LIMITED, PLS EMAIL (info@yps.org.ph) OR CALL MONICA MANUEL AT 6341334 TO RESERVE A SEAT.

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