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Face To Face March 5, 2013 Episode Replay

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Face To Face March 5, 2013 Episode Replay
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Face To Face March 5, 2013 Episode Replay
Face to Face (also known as Face to Face on TV5) is a Reality TV Show aired by Filipino broadcasting network, TV5. It is based on The Jerry Springer Show with a Filipino cultural perspective, predominantly with “marginalized and impoverished guests”. It is advertised in the Philippines as the First talakserye on Philippine television and Barangay Hall on air. The aim of the show is to attempt to resolve minor conflicts between two arguing parties, designated as red and white teams. In reviewing the program STIR Editor in Chief Edgar O. Cruz said: “The back-of-the mind thought is that joiners are acting since they are paid” and described portions as “not very believable” and “not realistic”. He added “The show gains more credibility points by being more spontaneous.” While some critics claim that the show is scripted, host Amy Perez, claims that it is not. Brought to you by FlipBooth - The Pinoy Style Youtube

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News Report:

Tax court orders BIR to let go of Pacquiao properties, bank accounts

Let it go, the Court of Tax Appeals has told the BIR in ordering the lifting of the garnishment on boxing champ Manny Pacquiao's assets. The BIR had sought to seize Pacquiao's properties to help pay for P3.289 billion worth of unsettled taxes.

However, the tax court also ordered the Pacquiao couple to deposit a cash bond worth over P3.2 billion or file a P4.9-billion surety bond to cover their tax deficiencies.
The CTA First Division upheld Pacquiao's October 18, 2013 petition to lift the warrant issued by the BIR, and stopped the bureau from issuing any more warrants against the boxing champ, according to a report aired on GMA News' “Unang Balita” Thursday.
The report noted the court, in effect, lifted the warrant of distraint and levy on Pacquiao's bank accounts and properties.
According to the CTA resolution, Pacquiao's interests must be protected and his family's sake considered while the tax case is being heard.
Incidental order

"Incidental lang ang suspension order. There will be another hearing set on the merits of the tax issue," clerk of court Margarette Guzman told GMA News Online.
On August 1, 2013, Pacquiao filed a "Petition for Review for the reduction of, and the return of any excess, filing fees assessed and paid in the instant case, for lack of merit" after the BIR filed a P2.2-billion tax case against the boxing champ, who is also the Sarangani representative.
Spouses Manny and Jinkee Pacquiao then filed on October 18 an "Urgent Motion to Lift Warrants of Distraint & Levy and Garnishment and for the Issuance of an Order to Suspend the Collection of Tax (With Prayer for the Issuance of A Temporary Restraining Order)."
Guzman said the order is conditional and hinges upon the deposit of cash or surety bond, even though the Pacquiao couple may ask for an extension.
"If they cannot pay within the given time frame, hindi ma-ga-grant ang order," she said.
Guzman said the BIR has 15 days after receiving the CTA order to file a motion for reconsideration.

Also favors BIR

The tax court gave the Pacquaio couple 10 days to deposit a cash bond worth over P3.2 billion or file a P4.9-billion surety bond to cover more than P3 billion in tax deficiencies.
Pacquiao welcomed the CTA's decision, saying: "Salamat sa ating Pangulo, sa tulong niya at kay Kim Henares."
BIR lawyer Felix Raul Velasco said the resolution was also favorable to the bureau.
"What was good about the resolution was the interest of government was protected because a cash bond or surety bond was required," he added. – VS/HS, GMA News

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