How To Easily Transfer Your Rdo Using Bir Form 1905

We all know that the dreaded RDO season is coming up. For those of you who are unfamiliar, RDO stands for Resident Foreign Currency Deposit Officer, and is the process by which taxpayers declare their foreign currency holdings to the Philippine government. If you’re like most people, doing your RDO can be a daunting task. But don’t worry – with the help of BIR Form 1905, it’s easy to transfer your RDO quickly and easily! So read on for instructions on how to use this form.Trust us – with Form 1905, transferring your RDO is a breeze!

What is BIR Form 1905?

The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) Form 1905 is used to register a new taxpayer or update the registration information of an existing taxpayer. This includes changes like business, registered address, contact details, and authorized representative, among others.

The BIR Form 1905 is the form that taxpayers use to request the BIR to update, correct, or change their registration information, including any of the following:

  • Registered address (transfer within the same RDO or to another RDO)
  • Registered name/trade name
  • Civil status (from single to married or vice versa)
  • Accounting period (applies to corporate taxpayers only)
  • Registered activity/line of business
  • Facility type/details
  • Incentive details/registration
  • Tax type details
  • Contact information type (landline number/mobile number/fax number/email address)
  • Contact person/Authorized representative
  • Name of stockholders/members/partners

This BIR tax form is also filed each time taxpayers need to replace or cancel any of the following documents:

  • Certificate of Registration (BIR Form 2303)
  • Authority to Print (ATP) Receipts/Invoices
  • Tax Clearance Certificate of Liabilities (TCL1)
  • Tax Clearance Certificate for Transfer of Property/ies (TCL2)/ Certificate Authorizing Registration (CAR)
  • TIN card

How to fill out BIR Form 1905?

You’ll need the following information when filling out BIR Form 1905:

  • Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN)
  • RDO code
  • Registration date
  • Line of business or occupation
  • Tax type
  • Mode of payment
  • Authorized representative (if any)
  • Contact person

After you have all the required information, you can start filling out the form. Double-check all the information you’ve inputted before sending it off to the BIR.

And that’s it! You’ve successfully transferred your RDO using BIR Form 1905. Remember, as your boss, and it’s now your responsibility to make sure that all your affairs with the BIR are in order. Stay on top of things, and you’ll be fine!

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Who can file 1905?

Whether natural or juridical, any person required to register with the BIR as a taxpayer shall file this form.

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What are the requirements when filing 1905 online?

The following are the requirements when filing BIR Form 1905 online:

  • A valid TIN
  • RDO Code where the registration will be filed
  • Registration date
  • Line of business or occupation
  • Tax type to be registered
  • Authorized representative, if any (for Non-Individual taxpayers only)
  • Contact person (for Non-Individual taxpayers only)

What are the steps on how to file BIR Form 1905 online via email?

Although this type of option does not give a sure success but you can try to file BIR form 1905 online thru email. When sending email make sure to indicate the reasons and to send the filled up bir form 1905 including any valid IDs.

Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Download the BIR Form 1905. You can get it from the BIR website
  2. Fill out the form. Ensure all the required information, such as your name, TIN, registered address, and contact details.
  3. Submit the form to the BIR office with jurisdiction over your old RDO. You will need to surrender your Certificate of Registration (COR) and your Official Receipt (OR).
  4. Once the transfer is processed, you will be issued a new COR and OR under your new RDO. Keep these documents safe – you will need them for transactions with the BIR in the future.

And that’s it! You’re now officially registered under your new RDO. Wasn’t that easy?

Conclusions:

Transferring your RDO is a simple process that can be done by following the steps outlined above. Once you have your new Certificate Of Registration and Official Receipts, you will be officially registered under your new RDO.

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9 comments

  1. First time applying for the Certificate of Registration in Pasig City. My new business is also in Pasig City.

    However, I checked where my current RDO is registered and it’s in 044 (Taguig/Pateros). Should I file 1905 prior to filing the Certificate of Registration in Pasig?

  2. I have a food stall business registered in rdo of zambales. I am also about to be hired in Manila. The company that hired me asked me to transfer my rdo from zambales to manila. Will that not affect my business in zambales? I mean, can i still file the itr of my business located in zambales to the rdo here in manila?

  3. I have a food stall business registered in rdo of zambales. I am also about to be hired in Manila. The company that hired me asked me to transfer my rdo from zambales to manila. Will that not affect my business in zambales? I mean, can i still file the itr of my business located in zambales to the rdo here in manila? And do i need to change from single proprietorship to mixed income?

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