What question do you have in mind regarding TIN number in the Philippines? I know all of us has different…
What question do you have in mind regarding your business for the registration with BIR? I know all of us to have different questions regarding TIN. Some of these questions are: Who is required to register with BIR?, Is your business required to register annually? Is your business exempted from paying the Annual Registration Fee? I know you still have many questions in mind. Here are the top ten (10) common questions people ask regarding registration with BIR. What are these frequently asked? In this article, you will learn who are required to register with BIR? when to pay the annual registration? how to apply for the cancellation of registration? Are all Non-resident aliens are required to register with BIR? Let’s start with the first question.
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Before you process your application for registration, you must read this article. It will help you to identify if you’re required to register your business or getting TIN.
Every person subject to any internal revenue tax shall register once with the appropriate Revenue District Officer:
The answer is NO. You are mandated to register your business before you start your operations. However, you are not exempted from paying the registration fee of five hundred pesos (500) yearly.
If you have other places of business operations or having a branch, you are required to pay the annual fee of 5o0.00. However, warehouse or storage separated from your business is not required to pay an annual registration fee unless there are already sales.
If you pay already your annual registration fee within that year, you are no longer required to pay it again even you change your business address that year.
To make sure that your business is registered with BIR you must have a Certificate of Registration (BIR Form 2303) for the newly registered taxpayer and validated Payment Form (BIR Form 0605) for every renewal.
However, Employees, ONETT taxpayers, and/or persons who have secured a TIN under EO 98, series of 1998 with the BIR shall not be issued a Certificate of Registration (COR).
When a taxpayer is close to their business operation or terminated because of bankruptcy, he can file to the BIR for cancellation of registration stating the reason. However, if the branch is terminated the business registration is not yet canceled. For more information, click this link:https://www.bir.gov.ph/index.php/registration-requirements/primary-registration/application-for-registration-update.html
Go to the department who issued the certificate of Registration. However, if the business is subject to value-added tax, you should notify the Regional District Office where your office is located.
A non-resident alien who is doing business or not engaged in a trade or business in the Philippines must have the TIN number for withholding purposes. The income within the Philippines is subject to withholding tax. To know the withholding tax rate for a non-resident alien, you may check the withholding tax train law Philippines.
The withholding agent shall apply for the TIN to withhold the income of NRANETB or NRFC prior to or at the time of the filing of their monthly withholding tax return as an applicant under EO 98, series of 1998 (Sec.4.1v of RR 7-2012).
Every business must be registered with BIR regardless of the gross sales. Whether your business is vat or non-vat registered, you are still required to register. Read this article about vat train law to understand more.
If you’re one of those persons, make sure you will not forget to register with the BIR to avoid any future problems or charges. Do you know that having a legal business will avoid tax penalties during tax mapping avoid? Learn more on how you stop tax penalties during tax mapping.
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