Whether you’re a freelancer or a business owner, obtaining a BIR registration certificate is a must for you. Also known as BIR Form 2303 and Certificate of Registration (COR), this type of document gives you the legal rights to operate your business in the Philippines. All professionals licensed by the Philippine… Read MoreBIR Certificate of Registration Guide: What is Form 2303 and Why Do You Need It?
If you’ve ever renewed your BIR business registration, then you would know that it’s a long and tedious process. The first step would be to go to your Bureau of Internal Revenue Revenue District Office or RDO which is located in the city where your business is located and submit… Read MoreThere’s an easier way to renew your BIR Business Registration
How to Register Your Medical Practice With the BIR: A Comprehensive 12-Step Guide For Doctors / Physicians
Unsure how to start with the confusing and overwhelming BIR registration procedure? Worry no more. Our comprehensive 12-step BIR registration guide for doctors/physicians will run you through all that you need to know about tax filing and payment. But not just that, but a more convenient yet less time-consuming guide for you as a doctor/physician.
BIR registration can be a daunting process, so much so as a doctor/physician with overwhelming obligations. Considering the heavy demands of your profession, familial duties, and outside commitments, you have to improvise to keep up with your duty as a citizen. Furthermore, addeto that complication are the overwhelming procedures and inconsistent documentary requirements imposed by some BIR Revenue District Offices (RDOs). And this can be confusing for you, as a taxpayer. Nevertheless, registering your profession is necessary. More so, by registering, you get to fully benefit from self-employment in ways other than what you initially intended.
For this reason, we will run you through a detailed and comprehensive guide to assist you on how to register with BIR as a doctor/physician. This guide is applicable to all self-employed and mixed-employed doctors/physicians wanting to register with BIR. Other professionals and self-employed individuals can refer to this guide as well. Read on!
Self-employed professionals as defined by the BIR fall under two categories: (1) “persons who derive their income practicing their profession” like lawyers, and those registered with the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) such as doctors, dentists, certified public accountants, and others; and (2) those “who pursue an art and make their… Read More4 Great Reasons Why Filing Taxes Will Benefit Your Life (For Self-Employed Professionals)