BIR makes TIN Card Available for Employers under eRegistration System


All registered employers whether Large Taxpayers (LTs) and Non-Large Taxpayers who secured TIN in behalf of their employees can claim TIN cards with the BIR Revenue District Office (RDO) having jurisdiction over the employer’s business address.


Bureau of Internal Revenue(BIR) Deputy Commissioner Nelson M. Aspe announced that employees who have beeen issued a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) through their employer via BIR’s eRegistration System (Enhanced eTIN) can now secure a TIN card  pursuant to his memorandum dated January 26, 2010.

All registered employers whether Large Taxpayers (LTs) and Non-Large Taxpayers who secured TIN in behalf of their employees can claim TIN cards with the BIR Revenue District Office (RDO) having jurisdiction over the employer’s business address.

Employers can claim said TIN cards by printing the eReg Confirmation page and BIR Form 1902 (Registration Application for Employees) and submit it with the applicable attachment/s like the Birth Certificate or Marriage Contract to the BIR District Office where the employer is registered.

In addition another requirement is a written request for issuance of  TIN card for their employees with the list of newly registered employees in batches of twenty (20) citing their full names (surname,first anme, middle name), birthdate, address and date of registration or date of TIN issuance.

DCIR Aspe emphasized that LT employers should forward  their request for TIN cards to the RDO having jurisdiction over the employer’s business address instead of Large Taxpayers District Offices (LTDOs) with which they are registered.

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