BIR shuts down 18 Mann Hann branches due to P330M unpaid taxes
Say goodbye to their squid head and spicy pork spare ribs for now.
The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) has shut down the operations of 18 branches of Mann Hann due to supposed tax violations.
BIR padlocked the Chinese restaurant chain for having umderdeclared sales last year.
According to the BIR, Mann Hann’s parent firms Lim Keng Hua Foods Corp., Shin Mann-Hann Corp., and MH Capital Foods Corp. reportedly underdeclared their 2017 sales by P98.2 million, P138.74 million, and P92.95 million, respectively.
The discrepancies were discovered when the BIR compared the accounting books versus point-of-sales machine readings of the said restaurants.