This article provides link to the BIR Forms you may need in your transaction with the BIR. As well as important information contained in these forms that you need to know on how to accomplish it. The forms below are not yet complete and will be updated soon. These are the most common forms being used and needed by taxpayers.
BIR Form 0605 – Payment Form
BIR Form 1901 – Application for Registration for Self-Employed and Mixed Income Individuals, Estates/Trusts
BIR Form 1902 – Application for Registration For Individuals Earning Purely Compensation Income, and Non- Resident Citizens / Resident Alien Employee
BIR Form 1903 – Application for Registration for Corporations/ Partnerships (Taxable/Non-Taxable)
BIR Form 1904 – Application for Registration for One-Time Taxpayer and Persons Registering under E.O. 98 (Securing a TIN to be able to transact with any Government Office)
BIR Form 1905 – Application for Registration Information Update for Updating / Cancellation of Registration / Cancellation of TIN / New Copy of TIN card / New copy of Certificate of Registration
BIR Form 1906 – Application for Authority to Print Receipts and Invoices
BIR Form 1907 – Application for Permit to Use Cash Register machines/Point-of-Sale Machine
BIR Form 1801 – Estate Tax Return
BIR Form 2305 – Certificate of Update of Exemption and of Employer’s and Employee’s Information
Description : A Certificate to be accomplished and issued in case of increase or decreases in exemption, change of status, change in the person of employer, change in the type of employment, acquiring employment after having registered as engaged in business or exercise of profession, change in the working status of the spouse, execution of the “waiver to claim the Additional Exemption” by the husband, or revocation of the previously executed “waiver to claim the Additional Exemption” by the husband.
BIR Form 1600 – Monthly Remittance Return of Value-Added Tax and Other Percentage Taxes Withheld
BIR Form 1701 -Self-Employed Individuals, Estates, and Trusts (Including those w/ both Business & Compensation Income)
This return is filed annually by the following individuals regardless of amount of gross income:
1. A resident citizen engaged in trade, business or practice of profession within and without the Philippines.
2. A resident alien, non-resident citizen or non-resident alien individual engaged in trade, business or practice of profession within the Philippines.
3. A trustee of a trust, guardian of a minor, executor/administrator of an estate or any person acting in any fiduciary capacity for any person, where such trust, estate, minor or person is engaged in trade or business.
This is also filed by individuals who received mixed income (compensation with self-employment/professional income).
However, an individual whose sole income has been subjected to final withholding tax pursuant to Sec. 57(A) of the Tax Code, or who is exempt from income tax pursuant to the Tax Code and other laws, is not required to file an income tax return.
This return is filed on or before April 15 of each year covering income for the preceding taxable year.