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The cost of the educational assistance to the employee which is borne by the employer shall, in general, be treated as taxable fringe benefit.
However, a scholarship grant to the employee by the employer shall not be treated as taxable fringe benefit if the education or study involved is directly connected with the employer's trade, business or profession, and there is a written contract between them that the employee is under obligation to remain in the employ of the employer for period of time that they have mutually agreed upon.
In this case, the expenditure shall be treated as incurred for the convenience and furtherance of the employer's trade or business.
The cost of educational assistance extended by an employer to the dependents of an employee shall be treated as taxable fringe benefits of the employee unless the assistance was provided through a competitive scheme under the scholarship program of the company.
Is there, a de minimus number of days rule when it comes to residency start and end date?
The Philippine Annual Income Tax Return (BIR Form 1700) is filed and taxes are due to the Philippine Bureau of Internal Revenue on or before 15 April of the year following the applicable calendar year. The tax year is a calendar year which ends 31 December of each year.
What if the assignee comes back for a trip after residency has terminated?