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« on: January 29, 2010, 04:24:11 PM »

hello!mag MF... patulong po kung paano maguumpisa ang asawa ko na magbayad ng tax sabi niya 2nen na daw siya di nagbabayad ng tax at yung kaisha niya hindi naman daw nagbabayad ng tax...kaya daw nadenai yung coe ko dahil dun. Ngayon gusto ko sana ituro sa kanya kahit papaano yung makakapagshare sa akin about sa pagbabayad ng tax... "machine maintenance"po ang work niya.. ang ask ko Puede ba siya magbayad ng tax kahit hindi siya peramanente sa isang kaisha..  paano pagbabayad ng tax ang gagawin niya??? Puede ba yung huhulugan? at saan siya pupunta para magbayad nito para mabigyan lang siya ng "income tax certificate" kasi hanggat wala siya nito  hindi talaga ako mabibigyan ng coe .. kung taga iwaki fukushima siya saan siya dun pupunta para magbayad kung puede ang huhulugan lang...at ano ang mga requirements para payagan siya makapagbayad kahit maliit lang muna....wait ko po yun mga sagot ninyo para maituro ko sa asawa ko!...kainis nga eh dapat noon pa niya sinabi malay ko nga po din kasi sabi niya dati nagbabayad siya kaya kampante ako..
sana pahelp po kung may mga nakakaalam.....thanks...
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« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2010, 05:03:13 PM »

First, japanese po ba ang husband nyo or Filipino?

Normally po, ang company po ang nagre-report/remit ng annual income tax ng empleyado sa Zemshyo(BIR bale ng japan), obligation po ng company yon dahil batas po yan, regular employee or part time worker man.

pero may mga kaisha na hindi tumutupad sa ganitong batas.  Kung ang empleyado naman ay hakken worker, meaning hindi po directly hired at under sa mga employment agency, hindi ko po alam ang rules kapag hakken worker kung papaano ang TAX or Zeikin nila.


So, kung directly hired ng company as Regular employee or Kaishain na tinatawag, sigurado po na binabawasan sila ng lahat ng government dues like HOKEN at babawasan din sila ng income tax every month ng company.  So, yong binabawas ng company sa sweldo na income tax sa employee ay ni-reremit sa ZEMSHO kaya kapag kailangan ng Income Tax Certificate, punta lang sa Shiyakusho, sabihin ang name ng tax payer, meron na.

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« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2010, 05:30:51 PM »

medyo di ata alam ng asawa mo kung ano ang income tax po. print mo ang contents ng link sa baba. then padala mo at ipabasa sa kanya. japanese na po yan, i think maiintindihan na nyang maigi.

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first, ang income tax ay di pwedeng bayaran kung kelan mo gustong bayaran lang at hulugan base po. hindi yan utang po. kaya income tax po yan kasi ang ibig sabihin is may babayaran ka lang na tax at the time na kumita ka or nagkaroon ka ng sweldo or income po. kung regular employee ka po ang company ang directly na magbabayad nito sa tax office at deducted sa sweldo mo. ganun din sa mga part timer or hakken po. makikita mo ito at the time nang pagtanggap mo sa sweldo or payment slip mo here.

pa-check mo sa mister mo yong mga payment slip nya na natatanggap at the time na sumasahod sya kahit part time lang sya. kung gusto nyang kumuha nito, punta nga sya sa city hall. bigay nya ang name nya para malaman nya don kung meron ka bang share about it. kung wala po, magtanong sya sa city hall kung ano ang dapat nyang gawin po. ituturo sa kanya ang lahat ng details about it at hindi yong kaw ang tinatanong nya about it. dahil parang baliktad eh. dito palang makikita mo nang wala syang effort na ginagawa po.

masakit man sabihin po, pero sa situation mo ngayon na ganyan ang asawa mo or ang situation ng asawa mo is alang permanent na tirahan at walang permanent na work, napakaliit ng possibility na makakapunta ka here. or let me say na your chance is 0 percentage po. sa sobrang higpit na now, yon ngang ibang applicant na meron sponsor, with complete documents na is nadi-deny pa, yan pa kayang situation mo now.

baliktad kasi ang nangyayari eh, parang kaw ang gumagawa ng lahat ng paraan pati ang pag-aayos ng mga papers here wherein sya itong nandito po. kung talagang my effort sya at decided syang mapapunta ka here, sya mismo ang pupunta sa city hall at immigration para malaman ang lahat ng dapat gawin po. di ba dapat ganun?

well, that is what my opinion lang po. if you have still any question or request, just keep posting here and we will try what we can give to you. goodluck!
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« Reply #3 on: January 29, 2010, 05:51:27 PM »

ok..sige salamat ha!.. sa pagsagot... ninyo..sis yogimeek san! japanese po ang asawa ko... striver san thanks uli!.. kasi yung asawa ko kung hindi mo pupukpukin hindi kikilos...ganyan ang attitude niya na napapansin ko at pag naituro ko naman ginagawa na.. dati kasi akala ko lahat ng japanese madiskarte malas ko kasi napunta ako sa ganito asawa... siguro best na lang sabihin ko mag ask siya sa city hall..
and isa pa kaya lang ako nagtatry din magtanong dito dahil may nababasa ako and para masure ko ngtry ako magtanong ng opinion ng iba and para maknows ko lang din kung tama ba yung gagawin or ginagawa niya......and big help naman po kapag nasasagot ninyo yung mga tanong... salamat...uli..
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« Reply #4 on: February 01, 2010, 09:46:49 AM »

Just want to comment on your situation erie san. It seems that your husband doesn't take his responsibilities in life seriously. At the back of my mind I worry for you even if you can land here in japan. I cannot imagine how you would start your life here considering many situations to adjust like language barrier, culture differences, and living with a husband which I believed knows but denies his responsibilities in life. Have you ever think that having a husband na kailangan pang pukpukin para kumilos is just the same that you are putting yourself in a very risky situation?  In your situation, you are far away from having a successful married life. Yes, their is still a chance that your huband's attitude might change to good but a very risky thinking. Person can't be change in just one snap of a finger, considering that he is already in an adult stage of his life. You know, city hall here is very accommodating in any papers that you want to transact. They help and give clear instructions on how to process the papers. So I believe that your husband knows how to process coe but the problem is he don't take a move. Just the same with the taxes that he have to pay. I know that he knows that he have to pay taxes, but purposely denies doing it, maybe for his own personal reasons. One more thing that you have to discover is the health insurance that most if not all of the japanese citizens are paying. It is very important on your part because it helps a lot financially especially if you have children who easily got sick. Seeking for doctor's services and medicines cause a lot of money if you cannot avail government's health insurance services.

I personally advise you to think twice if you really have to come to japan with a kind of husband that you have right now. Are you sure that you are not the one who will become a breadwinner if you will arrive here? I understand that you are married and loves your husband and should be together but considering your future, you also have to think wisely especially if ever you still don't have a child right now. Don't ever think that marrying a japanese is a rescue from a difficult life in Phil. Although in a different level, living in japan is also a very strenuous life. Consider using your mind above your heart in making decisions to lesser your failures in the future with the kind of person that you married. Do have a lot of thinking with your situation. Be wise and tough! Good Luck!
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« Reply #5 on: February 01, 2010, 09:52:16 AM »

nice advise MOON-san. life here in japan is not a heaven afterall.
the risk is very big i think.
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« Reply #6 on: February 02, 2010, 06:46:37 PM »

thanks sa advice !  crybaby...moon san... crybaby crybaby crybaby
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