Tuesday, January 20, 2009

making people happy

Dear Friends,
Last week, a friend teacher went to the me sharing his problem with a government agency in particular with his housing loan. He has 3 months unremitted loan repayments per record, which was penalty totalling more than P30,000.00. He remembered that his payroll was continously deducted with his monthly repayments. The unremitted amount happened in 1996, and he was billed today, the bookkeeper remembered that the amount was remitted to the concerned government agency. He consulted many friends in the accounting section, but cannot give the best advice about it/ and documents for reasons that transactions happened long time ago. I advised him to see the Office of the Auditor regarding that financial records, because the Auditor may have the file. He followed my advised, and he came back happy because he was able to get the documents he need. The Auditor is very helpful. He would like to say "Thank You" to the Auditor. He is grateful to the Auditors help, he said. My advised was right. My friend, I was able to help in my little way, and made him happy. The Bible said: Ask and thou shall be answered , seek and thou shall find.. . . Thank you friend.. .til next


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carenmeman said...

Hi Carlos! I've already added you to my blog roll, hope you can add me too! Am sorry if I only responded today I have been busy over the holiday season. Thanks for visiting though and your comment

Marites said...

it's a good thing that your auditor was able to help your friend. One good advise for borrowers, if the creditor sends some demand letters, it's always better to double check the computation they've sent.