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BIR has issued RMC 17-2021 dated January 26, 2021 extending the filing of 1604C and 1604F, including the QAP for the 4th Quarter 2020 from January 31, 2021 to February 28, 2021. Also, resubmission of alphalist from old version to new version is no longer required. Attached is the pronouncement for complete reference.
The BIR issued RMC 13-2021 dated January 27, 2021 announcing the availability of BIR Mobile Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) Verifier Application. As stated in the memorandum, “The BIR Mobile TIN Verifier App is a service channel for taxpayers to send online TIN validation and TIN inquiry using their mobile phones with real-time response from theContinue reading “BIR Mobile TIN Verifier App”
BIR issued RMC 4 – 2021 dated December 22, 2020 for the Guidelines of Filing ITR including the required Attachments and payments.
Guidelines on Intercompany Dividend Paid by Domestic Corporation to Non-resident Foreign Corporation
RMO No. 46-2020, dated December 23, 2020 provided guidelines and procedures for the availment of the reduced rate of 15% on Intercompany Dividend paid by domestic corporation to non-resident foreign corporation. It includes guidelines on Philippine Depository Receipts (PDRs).
Suspension of All Audit and other Field Operations of the Bureau of Internal Revenue Effective December 15, 2O2O (RMC 127-2020)
All field audit and other field operations of the Bureau of Internal Revenue relative to examinations and verifications of taxpayers’ books of accounts, records and other transactions are hereby ordered suspended for the period December 15,2O2O to January 7,2021. Thus, no field audit, field operations, or any form of business visitation in execution of eLettersContinue reading “Suspension of All Audit and other Field Operations of the Bureau of Internal Revenue Effective December 15, 2O2O (RMC 127-2020)”
Modified Tax Assessments Procedures (RMC 102-2020 and RR 22-2020) Highlights Notice of Discrepancy (NOD) – The NOD aims to fully afford the taxpayer with an opportunity to present and explain his side on the discrepancy found. Discussion of Discrepancy (DOD) – Should not extend beyond 30 days from the receipts of NOD. It is duringContinue reading “Modified Tax Assessments Procedures”
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