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What is the SALN? 
 It is the statement of assets, liabilities and net worth, and the disclosure of financial connections or business interests and identification of relatives within the fourth degree of consanguinity or affinity. Further, it also requires the declarant to name his/her bilas, balae and inso who are in government service.   
What is the purpose of the SALN?  
To enjoin all public officers and employees to declare and submit an annual true, detailed and sworn statement of their assets, liabilities and net worth, including disclosure of business interests and financial connections, and to declare to the best of their knowledge their relatives in the government service. 
Who are required to file the SALN?  
All officials and employees of government are required to file the SALN. The government pertains to the national and local governments, including state universities and colleges, and governmentowned and controlled corporations (GOCC) and their subsidiaries, with or without original charter. 
Who are exempted from filing the SALN Form?  
1) Those serving in honorary capacity - persons who are working in the government without service credit and without pay. 2) Those whose position title is laborer - persons whose work depends on mere physical power to perform ordinary manual labor, and not one engaged in services consisting mainly of work requiring mental skill or business capacity, and involving the exercise of intellectual faculties. 3) Those who are casual or temporary workers - persons hired to do work outside what is considered necessary for the usual operations of the employer's business. 
When should the SALN be filed? The SALN should be filed: 
1) within thirty (30) days after assumption of office, statements of which must be reckoned as of his first day of service; 
2) on or before April 30 of every year thereafter, statements of which must be reckoned as of the end of the preceding year; or 
3) within thirty (30) days after separation from the service, statements of which must be reckoned as of his last day of office. 
 What law governs the filing of the SALN Form?  
Republic Act No. 6713 otherwise known as the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees 


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