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  STATEMENT OF ASSETS, LIABILITIES, AND NET WORTH v1.0 I. ABOUT THE SALN The SALN contains information about ownership of assets as well as one’s liabilities. Every government employee, from the President to every rank-and-file employee, is required by law to submit this form. The governing law is Republic Act No. 6713, otherwise known as the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees. The law is based on the Constitutional provision that “A public officer or employee shall, upon assumption of office and as often thereafter as may b e required by law, submit a declaration under oath of his assets, liabilities and net worth.”  Liabilities and Penalties You may note that you are not required to attach any documents to vouch or substantiate the information disclosed. However, the SALN is made under oath. Falsification of information or failure to file or report information required to be reported may subject you to disciplinary/criminal action. Knowing and willful falsification of information required to be reported may also subject you to criminal prosecution. Penalties under RA 6713 may be any of the following: ã Imprisonment = five years or less   ã Fine = P5,000 or less   ã Dismissal from the service  Assistance in Filling Out the SALN If you need assistance in completing the SALN form, contact the Integrated Records Management Office (IRMO) of the CSC at telephone numbers 931-7981, 931-7987, 932-2293, and 951-4628, or email queries to salninfo@csc.gov.ph. II. ABOUT THE BASELINE DECLARATION (BD) This form is accomplished only once and should contain a comprehensive listing of the declarant’s Assets, Liabilities, Net Worth, Business Interests, Financial Connections, and Relatives in Government. Who Must File  All public officials 1  and employees, whether regular or under temporary status, are required to file the SALN. Who do not need to file ã Public officials serving in an honorary capacity, without credit or pay; ã Temporary laborers; and, ã Casual or temporary (not in the regular plantilla of agency) and contractual workers. 2   1 Under Section 2 (b) of Republic Act No. 3019, the term “public officer” includes elective and appointive officials and employees, permanent or temporary, whether in the classified or unclassified or exempt service, receiving compensation, even if nominal, from the government. Under Section 3 (b) of Republic Act No. 6713, the term “public officials” includes elective and appointive officials and employees, permanent or temporary, whether in the career or non-career service, including military and  police personnel, whether or not they receive compensation, regardless of the amount. 2   As implemented by Section 1.a. Rule VIII of the Rules Implementing the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees, as amended by CSC Resolution No. 06-0232 dated 1 February 2006.  When to File New entrants must submit the BD within 30 days after assumption into office, to contain information as of the first day of Government service. For incumbents, the BD must be submitted on or before April 30, 2008, to reflect information as of December 31, 2007. Where to File  Accomplish the forms in triplicate and submit the same to your Human Resource Management Office (HRMO), Personnel Office, or Administration Office. Further, under CSC Resolution No. 06-0231 dated February 1, 2006, the Chief/Head of the Personnel/Administrative Division or Unit/HRMO shall transmit all srcinal copies of the SALNs received, on or before June 30 of every year, to the concerned offices, as indicated in the table of SALN Repository Agencies in the manual.   Must all the forms in triplicate be srcinally signed? Since your SALN will be submitted to various repository agencies, it is best to submit the accomplished SALN forms in triplicate srcinals, that is, srcinally signed and srcinally subscribed on all three srcinals. Be sure to retain a copy of your SALN and have the same received as proof of your SALN submission. III. ABOUT USING THIS ELECTRONIC VERSION OF THE SALN (eSALN)   The eSALN is a Microsoft Excel version of the SALN which facilitates filling out and printing of the form. Make sure that Macros are enabled to run when you open the eSALN template. With Excel 2003, you can do this by first selecting your macro security level. 1. On the Tools  menu, point to Macro , and then click Security . 2. On the Security Level  tab, select Medium or Low. With the Medium setting, you'll be given an option to enable macros when you open eSALN. You also need to allow unsigned macros to run, the Trust all installed add-ins and templates  check box must be selected on the Trusted Publishers  tab of the Security  dialog box. This option is selected by default. If it is not selected (recommended), Excel allows you to run only macros that have trusted digital signatures. 1. On the Tools  menu, point to Macro,  and then click Security . 2. On the Trusted Publishers  tab, select the Trust all installed add-ins and templates  check box. With Excel 2007, when the Security Warning appears that Macros have been disabled, just click Options... and select Enable this content . The eSALN has three (3) worksheets or tabs: Instructions , BD , and BD Details . The Instructions  sheet provides the guide to the SALN and eSALN. The BD  sheet contains the Baseline Declaration where Declarants should enter their basic information. Information requiring computation should be placed in the BD Details  sheet wherein they are automatically computed. For example, when the Declarant clicks on the box besides Stocks under B.2.1., then a table is automatically added to BD Details  where the Declarant can type in the details. SOME IMPORTANT TIPS:   ã Pop -up comments are situated throughout the form whenever there is a small red triangle. Simply hover your mouse on it to see the comment. ã You can quickly move from one field to the next by pressing TAB.   ã For entries which can be split into two lines, e.g. Address, press Alt-Enter   to create a new line. To download the latest version of the eSALN, go to http://www.csc.gov.ph/cscweb/saln.html  As of (Baseline Declaration)  *For Joint Filing, make 2 entries for Name, Position, Declarant's Annual Gross Salary, Name of Agency, and Office Address*Annual Gross Salary refers to ALL amounts received by declarant from Government service Name: Position:Company:  YearCost (Php)Total (Php) 0 Location of Real Property/Cert. No. and Place of Reg of VehicleAcquisition (Not applicable to vehicles)  AssessedValue (Php)Mode 00 SWORN STATEMENT OF ASSETS, LIABILITIES, AND NET WORTHDISCLOSURE OF BUSINESS INTERESTS AND FINANCIAL CONNECTIONSAND IDENTIFICATION OF RELATIVES IN THE GOVERNMENT SERVICE (Required by R.A. No. 6713) * Annual Gross Family Income refers to income of declarant, spouse, and declarant's children below 18 years of age living in declarant's household  Name of Agency/OfficeOffice Address 1. Real Properties and Vehicles of Declarant/Spouse/Declarant's Children Below 18 Years of Age Living in the Household of Declarant, regardless of amount Kind of Real Property/Type of Vehicle andPlate No.EstimatedFair MarketValue (Php)Date of BirthDate of Birth Instructions for all assets  : Declare assets whether the declarant/spouse/child is the legal owner (name appearing on the instrument of title) or the beneficial owner (property is in the name of another person but ownership pertains to declarant/spouse/child, under a trust arrangement). NameName Spouse Information: Annual Gross Family IncomeChildren of Declarant Below 18 Years of Age Living in Household of DeclarantPositionDeclarant's Annual Gross Salary 2. Investments, Other Personal Properties, and Liabilities of Declarant/Spouse/Declarant's Children Below 18  Years of Age Living in the Household of Declarant A. DECLARANT'S PERSONAL INFORMATION AND EMPLOYMENTB. ASSETS, LIABILITIES, AND NET WORTH Last NameFirst NameMiddle NameHome Address   I have no vehicles to declare owned by me / my spouse / my children below 18 years of age living in my household I have no real properties to declare owned by me / my spouse / my children below 18 years of age living in my household I have no children below 18 years of age living in my household I am married I am not married I have no investments to declare owned by me / my spouse / my children below 18 years of age living in my household I have no personal properties to declare owned by me / my spouse / my children below 18 years of age living in my household I have no liabilities to declare owned by me / my spouse / my children below 18 years of age living in my household Joint Filing  Total (Php)Total (Php)Total (Php) B1Total Real Properties and Motor VehiclesB2.1add:Total InvestmentsB2.2Total Other Personal PropertiesB2.3deduct:Total Liabilities Total (Php) 1  Acquisition costs of Real Properties and Vehicles, and Investments and Other Personal Properties; less outstanding balance of Liabilities N/ATrust funds Mutual funds N/A Instructions  : Declare each Asset Item (Investment and Other Personal Property) with a fair market value of Php 50,000 or more as of the date of declaration, even if the same was acquired at no cost or at less cost. Declare each Liability Item with an outstanding balance of Php 50,000 or more as of the date of declaration. Items with less value may be declared in lump sum as Others. However, if Others amounts to more than Php 100,000, each item must be listed. Put a check mark on the items to be declared, and make the corresponding entry for the actual Acquisition Cost or Outstanding Balance, as applicable. Equity in partnerships N/AN/AN/ABonds N/A Instructions  : Up to the 4th civil degree of relationship, either of consanguinity or affinity, including bilas, inso, and balae. N/A 0 N/AN/A 0 Loans from other institutions N/AN/AN/AOthers Furniture, antiques B.2.2. Other Personal PropertyAcquisition CostOutstanding Balance N/AN/AJudgment debts Surety liabilities N/AEducational plans (premiums paid) Others N/AOthers N/AN/A B.2.3. Liability Intellectual properties Equity in installment purchases N/AN/A B.2.1. Investment Item Stocks (equity paid) Acquisition Cost N/APre-need plans (premiums paid) Acquisition Cost 0 Money market placements Time deposits N/AOptions N/A B.2.1. Investment Item Instructions  : Declare each item which generates gross annual receipts of Php 50,000 or more. Items with less value may be declared in lump sum as Others. However, if Others amounts to more than Php 100,000, each item must be listed. Reference Section 0 0 0 Net WorthAt Historical Value 1  (Php) 0N/AN/A Name of EntityRelationshipPositionAddressName of Relative N/A Office/Address C. BUSINESS INTERESTS AND FINANCIAL CONNECTIONS OF DECLARANT/ SPOUSE/ DECLARANT'S CHILDREN BELOW 18 YEARS OF AGE LIVING IN THE HOUSEHOLD OF DECLARANT 0 Date of Declarant, Spouse, or  Private insurance (premiums paid) Personal loans Bank loans  Accounts payables GSIS, PAGIBIG loans Cash on Hand/Bank accounts Receivables Deposits/advanced payments on leases/rentals N/AN/AN/AJewelry Nature of BusinessConnectionChild (Put Name) N/AMortgage payables Guaranty liabilities Interest/FinancialConnectionAcquisition/ 3. Net Worth: Declarant/Spouse/Declarant's Children Below 18 Years of Age Living in Declarant's Household D. DECLARANT'S RELATIVES IN THE GOVERNMENT     I have no business interests and financial connections to declare pertaining to me / my spouse / my children below 18 years of age living in my household I don't know of any relatives in Government

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Jul 23, 2017
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