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Bureau of Internal Revenue
Chief of the Assessment Division
The Manila Times Internet Edition | REGIONS
BAGUIO CITY-The lawyer Beverly Milo, the current chief assessor of the Bureau of Internal Revenue in the Ilocos region, described as "pure harassment" the six-month suspension order meted on her by the Ombudsman and claimed she was denied her constitutional rights to answer charges against her.
BAGUIO CITY-The lawyer Beverly Milo, the current chief assessor of the Bureau of Internal Revenue in the Ilocos region, described as "pure harassment" the six-month suspension order meted on her by the Ombudsman and claimed she was denied her constitutional rights to answer charges against her."I was suspended without knowing what were the charges.Up to the present, I did not receive any suspension order from the Ombudsman neither did I receive any formal charge nor was I informed of an ongoing investigation.My constitutional rights were violated," Milo told Baguio journalists in a press conference.She added: " The charges and suspension order was haphazardly prepared and intended only to harass and prevent my impending promotion," Milo is qualified to assume the position of regional director.News reports said that Milo was suspended after failing a lifestyle check based on the complaint of a certain lawyer Maria Olivia Elena Roxas, a graft investigator, on an administrative order case for dishonestly and conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service.The report added that Milo failed to declare in her SALN conjugal property, which include a building constructed on a lot covered by Transfer Certificate of Title T-70120 in Baguio.But Milo explained to reporters that the supposed graft investigators failed to recognize the fact that there was an increase in her SALN after she got married to a scion of a prominent family in Baguio and Tuba, Benguet. "They refused to recognized the fact that I got married in 1995 and under the Civil Code as well as the Family Code, whatever was brought into and acquired during the marriage are considered conjugal property," she said.She further claimed that her husband has been a registered businessman since 1994, but she was surprised to discover that the documents pertaining to the businesses of her husband cannot be accounted for at the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR)-Baguio office.Milo also pointed out the graft investigators failed to consider her other extra income outside the bureau office.She said she has been a professor at the Saint Louis University for several years.
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Take Beverly S. Milo, chief of the assessment division in Revenue District 8, Baguio City, who had a declared net worth of only P45,100 in 1990, when she joined the BIR as a revenue accountant.By 2001 this had grown to P2.6 million, which, according to her detractors, may be an understatement. At the very least, a preliminary investigation conducted by the BIR national office showed Milo as having "a massive increase in net worth for the years 1997 and 1998, and a decrease in 2001."It noted further that she was appointed OIC of the assessment division on 1996. The investigation was prompted by an anonymous complaint on Milo's allegedly having amassed numerous properties since she became a bureau employee.But Milo has denied all allegations against her, saying they are "malicious imputations which are intended to destroy not only me but also my family, friends and relatives."
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Beverly Milo of BIR, Sr. Insp.
Lawyer Beverly Milo bared that BIR Region 1 already collected as of October 31 P5,035,588,646, which was 26.14 percent more than the P3,992,139,673 collected last year for the same period.
The collection was 13.73 percent more than the P4,427,748,000 goal for that period, she said during the Pantongtongan Tayo radio program of the Philippine Information Agency over Radyo ng Bayan DZMQ. Asked if the regional office headed by Regional Director Tomas Rosales could already relax because the collection for December was already considered a bonus, Milo said the staff would continue to work hard.