A. VISION, MISSION,GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE COMPANY B. HISTORY OF THE COMPANY C. ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE COMPANY
TRAINING ACTIVITIES A. JOURNAL OF ACTIVITIES B. SITUATION, TASK, ACTION AND RESULT C. PICTURES
PROBLEM, SOLUTION AND RECOMMENDATION A. PROBLEM B. SOLUTION C. SUMMARY D. RECOMMENDATION
A. CERTIFICATE OF COMPILATION B. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION C. DAILY TIME RECORD
Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives
"The Bureau of Internal Revenue is committed to collect taxes for nation-building through excellent, efficient and transparent service, just and fair enforcement of tax laws, uplifting the life of every Filipino."
"The Bureau of Internal Revenue is an institution of service excellence, a partner in nation-building, manned by globally competitive professionals with integrity and patriotism."
"Service Excellence with Integrity and Professionalism"
History of the Company
During the 17th and 18th centuries, the Contador de' Resultas served as the Chief Royal Accountant whose functions were similar to the Commissioner of Internal Revenue. He was the Chief Arbitrator whose decisions on financial matters were final except when revoked by the Council of Indies. During these times, taxes that were collected from the inhabitants varied from tribute or head tax of one gold maiz annually; tax on value of jewelries and gold trinkets; indirect taxes on tobacco, wine, cockpits, burlas and powder. From 1521 to 1821, the Spanish treasury had to subsidize the Philippines in the amount of P 250,000.00 per annum due to the poor financial condition of the country, which can be primarily attributed to the poor revenue collection system.
In the early American regime from the period 1898 to 1901, the country was ruled by American