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Kim J. Henares

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Background Information

Employment History

League of Corporate Foundations


Commissioner of the Bureau of Internal Revenue for the Administration

Aquino & Co. Inc


Tax Chief

Henares


Commissioner

The Bureau of Internal Revenue


Senior Private Sector Development Specialist

World Bank


Affiliations

Philippine Embassy Madrid

Cabinet Member


Education

Bachelor of Laws degree

Ateneo de Manila University


Bachelor of Science

Commerce

De la Salle University


Master of Laws


master's degree

International and Comparative Law

Georgetown University


Web References(197 Total References)


origin-www.guampdn.com

The FCG's 60th Anniversary Ball will feature a recognition ceremony for all former FCG presidents and keynote speaker Kim Henares, commissioner of the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) for the Aquino administration.


www.guampdn.com

The FCG's 60th Anniversary Ball will feature a recognition ceremony for all former FCG presidents and keynote speaker Kim Henares, commissioner of the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) for the Aquino administration.


sf-post.com

The editorial reported that as early as January last year, the BIR investigation division sent Revenue Commissioner Kim Henares a memo detailing the systematic under-valuation of vehicles sold by the company.
Until now, Henares has not signed the memo reactivating the investigation. It seems Henares, a shooting partner of President Aquino, is aiming her gun at the wrong target. She should be going after the big tax evaders, but has instead aimed her drive at middle class professionals. Everybody knows that statement is true, and we hope that Henares is referring to the cheating businessmen and politicians, and not just the hardworking professionals. I strongly doubt if the ad would have any effect on the big tax evaders. Perhaps, Henares should also go after examiners in her agency who knowingly connive with these tax evaders and turn a blind eye on their "doctored" income tax returns.


manilatimes.net

Why is Henares not pursuing a tax evasion case vs. donut seller?
Due Diligencer has to take up the cudgel for Othello Dalanon, the former tax examiner of the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) who preferred losing his job than to continue serving under Kim Henares, the Aquino administration's chief tax collector who is very selective in going after tax evaders. Since Dalanon's story came out earlier in this corner, allow this writer to discuss the issue at greater length. Hopefully, this would be the last on the subject. Instead of collecting the tax deficiency of Golden Donuts Inc. amounting to P1.51 billion for 2007, Henares recently told GMA 7 in a newscast that she had the company's financial filings re-audited. She was giving her side after the station interviewed Dalanon, who resigned as a senior tax examiner of the BIR over the issue of GDI's unpaid taxes. Dalanon happened to have been assigned to review GDI's tax filings and discovered the company's unpaid tax liabilities for 2007. As far as Due Diligencer is concerned, Henares was entirely wrong and may have set a precedent when, instead of waiting for GDI to question Dalanon's findings before the Court of Tax Appeals, she assigned new examiners to re-audit the company. As expected, the result of the second audit, apparently ordered by Henares, showed GDI still had tax deficiency but probably not as much as P1.51 billion. Henares, however, did not disclose the new findings. Instead of dealing with the issue, she accused Dalanon of premature disclosure of his audit of a taxpayer for which, she said, he could possibly be held criminally liable. There are two issues here: the re-audit of GDI's tax filings and her allegation of Dalanon's premature disclosure of his findings against GDI. As BIR commissioner, Henares can claim she has the power to review a tax examiner's audit findings. But should she exercise this power selectively? With her selective "re-audit" policy, Henares should answer the following questions: Why did she not order a review Pacquiao's tax liability? Who knows the new examiner or examiners might find it justifiable to reduce the boxer's tax deficiency by concluding that the first examiners were wrong in their computations? After all, mathematics may be an exact science but never to Henares. How about the gold trader that deals with the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas whom Henares alleged owed the BIR more than P2 billion? Why should the BIR deprive him of a second audit if only to clear his name? After all, he has been dealing with government. When Henares talked to GMA 7 about Dalanon's premature disclosure of his findings, which to her were highly confidential, she again showed there are two rules that she imposes: one for her and another for tax examiners not afraid of the truth. If Dalanon is guilty of what he has been accused of by Henares, then the Aquino administration's chief tax collector should review the news and press releases in which she cited the details of a taxpayer's tax liabilities, thereby embarrassing said taxpayer. If Dalanon is guilty as she has charged him over a GMA 7 newscast, who will accuse Henares of being administratively, if not criminally, liable for announcing through the media BIR's assessments "against" taxpayers? esdperez@gmail.com 2 Responses to Why is Henares not pursuing a tax evasion case vs. donut seller? dusty


www.journal.com.ph

Niel Tupas Jr. said two Aquino administration officials - Internal Revenue chief Kim Henares and Justice Secretary Leila de Lima - were exemptions.
But despite his position, Tupas virtually spared former prosecution star witnesses -Henares and De Lima - from the supposed baggage of having close relationship with President Aquino.


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