REVENUE MEMORANDUM ORDER NO. 3-2012
Acceptance of Out-of-District Income Tax Returns For Calendar Year 2011 Filed by Certain Government Officials and Employees
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I also agree that the ITR filing system in this country can still be improved so it can be less burdensome for the taxpayers, especially for the non-“identified large taxpayers”, i.e. volunteer taxpayers, those who don’t have their own accountants and those who are self-employed.
For one, I think record-keeping should be more efficient. If this is the case, Form 1905 is not needed anymore. I really don’t understand “wrong-venue-filing” and why this exists but an effective record-keeping should address this.
I haven’t tried eFPN but for me, online=convenience, so this might be a better option for me. Probably, will try this next year.
Make their website more layman-friendly (and update it regularly), their FAQ section more enlightening and the forms less tedious to answer. I initially emailed BIR about my inquiries but after 2 weeks, the answers to my questions didn’t come close to satisfactory as the answers were only “cut and paste” from the guidelines I’ve already read in their website. And their Contact service center is either non-helpful or worse, misleading (the agent that I talked to advised me to get Form 2316!)
Anyway, the burdensome process that we taxpayers encounter when we file our ITR is not an enough excuse to dissuade us from performing our duty to this country so to fellow PEXers, Avoid the rush, file your taxes before April 16, 2012.
I was looking for sample filled up BIR forms when I stumbled into this thread. My sister has been asking me to help her fill up her 1701, but to no avail
I just want to ask which lines should I place the following info:
a. Gross Income (Compensation)
b. Personal Exemption
c. Taxable Income
d. Tax Due
e. Tax Withheld
f. Tax Payable
I've been studying the forms for days now, but, I really could not understand. Help please, anyone?
Thank you so much
I'm not an expert in aswering the form ha but I will try to answer. Other PEXers, especially Kuya Danny, can correct me.
a. Gross compensation income (Line 51, Part V, page 3)
b. Personal exemption (Line 54, Part V, page 3)
c. Taxable Income (Line 67, Part V, page 3)
d. Tax due (Line 31, Part II, page 2)
e. Tax withheld (I'm not sure about this but if your sister's income is compensation income, then it should be at Line 35I then you should also fill out Schedule 1, Part VI, page 4, and attach BIR Form 2316-not really sure about this, sorry...)
f. Tax Payable (Lines 36, 37, 40, 41, 44)- the same value lang sa mga lines na yan if single lang siya at walang penalties
Hope this helps! But I suggest better wait for other answers from the experts.
Last edited by sizzle_hot; Apr 12, 2012 at 03:47 PM.
Pano kapag contractual, or consultant sa isang company? Does that count as self-employed?
Tsaka nalilito na ako, pano kung ilang buwan ka pa lang nagwo-work sa company mo, kelangan ba mag file ka na agad ng ITR mo?
This is so weird, parang dapat ang pag fill out and filing kasama sa mga dapat tinuturo sa bawat pinoy. Eh yung mismong site maraming jargon gaaah (matry nga matanong ang mga accountant friends.)
Hello po. Good morning po. Itatanong ko lang po. Nagwork kasi ako sa hospital buong 2011 tapos umalis po ako nung feb 5, 2012. Ngayon buwan lang po ako ulit nakapag start mag work. Kaso wala po akong ni file na ITR nung 15? Ano po dapat kong gawin? Sorry po first job ko po kasi yun. Wala po akong idea sa pag process ng tax kasi kinakaltasan naman po ako ng halos 2k/month.Thanks po
Last edited by Zeantick; Jun 2, 2012 at 01:30 AM.
Kung isa lang ang naging trabaho mo noong 2011, baka pwede ka sa substituted filing. Humingi ka ng Form 2316 galing sa dating employer mo. Subukan mong mag-compute ng tax mo at kung lumalabas na wala ka nang karagdagang babayaran (dahil nakaltas na lahat noong 2011) at hindi sobra ang nakaltas sa iyo, wala ka nang dapat pang gawin.
Ngayon kung meron kang refund o kailangan mo pang magbayad, gumawa ka ng ITR at i-file mo kaagad. May multa na yon dahil nakalipas na ang April 16.
Ngayon po na lumipat po ako sa kaibigan ng mama ko, sabi po nya ako na daw sarili mag aayos ng tax kasi personal daw po yun. Next april 15th ko po ba aayusin yung tax or dapat buwan buwan maghulog din sa Accredited bank?
maraming maraming salamat po
DAPAT sariling mag-compute, dahil kung mali ang computation ng employer mo, ikaw pa rin ang sabit. Kaya kailangan mo ang 2316 dahil may pirma yan ng employer mo at dapat ang pigura diyan ni-report nila sa BIR noong mag-remit sila ng kinaltas sa sahod mo.
Basahin mo na lang nang mabuti ang ITR form para malaman mo kung ano ang dapat ideklara at kung ano ang exempt. Sa mga nilista mo, yung 13th month hindi na taxable basta hindi hihigit sa P30,000, at yung bigas hindi na taxable basta hindi hihigit sa P1,500 bawat buwan. Yung union fees hindi pwedeng ibawas sa taxable income.
Yung tax mo ngayon sa kaibigan ng mamam mo para sa 2012 na. Kailangan mong ayusin sa April 15 2013 ang ITR.
pwede pa ba mag file ng ITR ngayon? pahabol para sa year 2011
thanks in advance...
how much kaya ang multa? depende kung magkano ang idedeklara or may fix na silang amount for late filing?