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 Registration Guide: What is Form 2303 and Why Do You Need It?
On January 1, 2018, the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion or TRAIN was implemented in the Philippines. This tax reform program aims to improve the tax system and make it simpler, fairer, and more efficient. As a dutiful taxpayer, it’s important to be aware of TRAIN, especially of the new… Read MoreWhat You Should Know about TRAIN
What do you need to know about BIR form 0619E? The purpose of the form The entities who are required to file the form Deadline of submission Place/s to submit the form Penalties for improper filing The Comprehensive Tax Program (CTRP) aims to change the country’s tax system. Its… Read MoreEvery Important Detail that You Need to Know About the All-New BIR Form 0619E
What do you need to know about BIR Form 1901? The primary purpose of BIR Form 1901 The people who need to file BIR Form 1901 The steps you need to take to file the BIR Form 1901 Under the established TRAIN Law, all Filipino workers (aside from minimum-wage earners)… Read MoreA Comprehensible Guide for BIR Form 1901
As a freelancer or a sole proprietor, filing BIR forms and settling your taxes is your responsibility.
Knowing the right forms to secure and when they should be filed will save you from a lot of stress and penalties. So for today’s post, we’re giving you the ultimate list of BIR forms that every taxpayer should know.
Here we go.
Income Tax for 2018 in the Philippines has been an interesting space lately because of the TRAIN Law (aka R.A. 10963). For self-employed individuals, it has been of particular interest because they now have an option to avail of a simpler 8% Income Tax Rate Option. The BIR released Revenue… Read MoreHow to Avail of the 8% Income Tax Rate on Gross Sales/Receipts
The Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion, more popularly known as TRAIN, has amended the tax code to increase the VAT Threshold from P1.919 Million to P3.0 Million. If you are a registered VAT taxpayer earning less than P3.0 Million, you may now opt to be non-vat instead. This is… Read MoreTax Reform: How to Change from VAT to Non-VAT
Congratulations! You’ve finally decided to resign from your job and go full time into your profession. Whether you’re going to become a freelancer, a licensed professional, or a small business owner, you’re now your own boss! Now to make sure that things are on the up and up, the first… Read MoreHow to Transfer Your RDO Using BIR Form 1905
Many of us who start a business come from a regular employment setting. So when we decide to register our business with the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), it comes as a shock when we learn that there are several types of taxes.
Yes, aside from income tax, there are other types of taxes that a business owner needs to pay–and that they need to file various tax forms many times a year.
Of course, we can’t spare you the payments, but we can at least spare you the shock.
Here, for your reading pleasure, are all the basic types of taxes and fees every professional or business owner needs to pay once they have registered with the BIR: