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Kim Jacinto Henares

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BIR Commissioner Kim Henares ..., 17 Sept 2012 [cached]
BIR Commissioner Kim Henares said that the processes done to secure an authority to print receipts and invoices will be shifted to online from manual.
Henares said that this will be more convenient to taxpayers, and it will also reduce actual interaction between taxpayers and officers which may be prone to corruption.
"We're doing a process re-engineering on that, so at the end of the day, taxpayers will do everything on the internet. We will accredit printers, they can order from the printer (for official receipt), and the printer will just send it to us," Henares said.
Henares said that the shift from manual to online will be implemented starting January next year.
"For next year, any person who applies or renews its business would be required to secure an authority to print receipts as a condition for the approval of its business registration," Henares said.
BIR chief Kim Henares ..., 30 Aug 2012 [cached]
BIR chief Kim Henares announced at a press conference that the ousted chief magistrate was charged for allegedly attempting to avoid payment of tax liabilities, in violation of Section 254 of the National Internal Revenue Code (NIRC) of...
Henares nominated for CJ ..., 8 June 2012 [cached]
Henares nominated for CJ post Posted at 06/08/2012 3:05 PM | Updated as of 06/08/2012 8:15 PM Tweet
MANILA, Philippines - Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) Commissioner Kim Henares was nominated for the position of chief justice Friday, more than a week after the ouster of the previous chief magistrate Renato Corona.
Henares said she was flattered by the nomination but said she has to think about accepting it.
"Personally, I have to think about it because I'm doing a lot of things in the BIR. If I say that it's something worth giving up to do something that's equally as important, then I will have to consult with the President," she told ANC's Dateline Philippines on Friday.
She also said it will be up to President Aquino if he will heed suggestions that he should not appoint someone from outside the Supreme Court.
She said Aquino will always appoint someone who he believes will push the judicial agenda that he promised.
"He has proven that he will do what is right for our country. I believe whatever decision he makes, he has the country's welfare at heart," he said.
Henares said she became a lawyer in 1997 before joining the Sycip, Gorres and Velayo (SGV) tax division for 8 months. She later joined the Romulo Mabanta law office for 8-9 years.
She was head of compliance and legal affairs of ING Bank then became partner of Yap Jacinto Jacob Law Office.
She served as governor of the Board of Investments and deputy commissioner of the BIR before becoming a legal adviser for a revenue agency in Afghanistan. She also worked as Senior Private Sector Development Specialist for the World Bank Group.
"If you look at it, my legal background and management background is really quite -- I would say I went from private sector to public sector to international multilateral agencies so it's a pretty well-developed background. It's not purely legal. It has a lot of management reform skills developed through the years," she said.
PNoy weighs losing Henares
A Palace spokesperson on Friday said President Aquino is weighing the pros and cons of losing Henares if she is appointed the country's next chief justice.
Deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte echoed what President Aquino said: that the chief executive would have to weigh first if letting go of Henares would be good for the administration.
Commissioner Henares has been a pillar of our tax efforts... She's very no-nonsense, she's very matter-of-fact which helps in her administration of the tax laws' enforcement," Valte told reporters.
But certainly, Commissioner Henares is very qualified for the post."
Henares is the fourth nominee after Solicitor-General Francis Jardeleza, former Ateneo De Manila College of Law Dean Cesar Villanueva and Atty.
If we take as truth the ..., 10 Sept 2012 [cached]
If we take as truth the statement BIR Commissioner Kim Henares made during a recent Senate hearing that "corruption in governance" is why smuggling becomes rampant, she acknowledges that she is working for a corrupt government.
We have no quarrel with Mrs. Henares over the fact that smuggling is a result of corruption in governance. We are saying that the opportunity for corruption should not exist.
Strangely, as if to contradict her own statement, Mrs. Henares is pushing for the enactment of a new excise tax program that many believe - except the supporters of the plan - will make smuggling flourish.
If the nefarious trade is happening to cigarettes without the new tax plan that will encourage it, Mrs. Henares would have proven to herself, her friends and detractors that indeed illicit trade is a function of corruption in government.
The statement of Mrs. Henares, made in defense of HB 5727, variously described as the new and biggest evil ever faced by the cigarette industry, merited sharp, biting contradictions from Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile.
To her face, Senator Enrile told Mrs. Henares: "If you are going to push everything up (raise taxes) I will assure you, this whole country, you cannot police it even if you employ the entire Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Philippine Navy to prevent smuggling.
:: Cebu Gifts, Toys and Housewares Foundation (Cebu-GTH), Inc. ::, 23 May 2011 [cached]
The current BIR Chief Kim S. Jacinto-Henares, in the June 7, 2011 issue of Business World (BW), was mentioned as "seeking to prohibit the trade in tax credit certificates (TCCs) to ensure that only qualified firms get to enjoy the tax breaks.
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