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BIR mandated the use of eBIRForms by non-EFPS filers

The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), today, published Revenue Regulations (RR) No. 6-2014, Prescribing the Mandatory Use of Electronic Bureau of Internal Revenue Forms (eBIRForms) in Filing of All Tax Returns by Non-Electronic Filing and Payment System (Non-eFPS) Filers Particularly Accredited Tax Agents/Practitioners, Accredited Printers of Principal and Supplementary Receipts/Invoices, and One-Time Transaction (ONETT) Taxpayers.

The e-BIRForms

The eBIRForms was developed to provide taxpayers particularly the non-eFPS filers with accessible and convenient service through easy preparation of tax returns. The use of eBIRForms will improve the BIR’s tax return data capture and storage thereby enhancing efficiency and accuracy in the filing of tax returns. These forms come in 2 types:

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Orlando Calundan is a Certified Public Accountant. He has exposures in audit of financial statements of entities in various industries such as real estate, food (quick service restaurants), manufacturing, service organizations and BPOs, automotive, holding/investment companies and more. He also has exposure on internal audit engagements. http://calundan.co

Discussion

17 thoughts on “BIR mandated the use of eBIRForms by non-EFPS filers

  1. “Whichever is later” refers to the latest of some given choices that something should occur. If something should happen at this time or this time, then whichever is the latest is the actual time it is supposed to occur.

    which means that it should be September 9 + 15 days? as you said.. “it was published in Manila Bulletin online today” and your blog post is dated on Sept. 9. which means your today means Sept. 9 right? and not Sept. 1

    -confused

    Posted by ren | September 11, 2014, 2:34 am
  2. thanks for the reply. by the way.. i just downloaded the said program. ebirform 4.6 and i just found out that theres no RDO Code to be selected. do you know how to addressed this particular problem? is it a software bug?

    Posted by ren | September 11, 2014, 2:59 am
    • I’m dealing mostly with EFPS clients recently so I don’t know exactly how to address it. But I read that you need to set up the company information first to be able to use it, isn’t RDO included there?

      Posted by leecpa | September 11, 2014, 3:02 am
  3. There’s a bar for RDO code but if you click it to choose RDO all you can see is .

    I tried the Client data from their previous program and just transferred it to the 4.6 profile folder and still nothings has changed, the RDO bar just goes blank.

    Posted by ren | September 11, 2014, 3:19 am
  4. *all you can see is

    Posted by ren | September 11, 2014, 3:19 am
  5. (select RDO)

    Posted by ren | September 11, 2014, 3:20 am
  6. cge2 tnx 🙂

    Posted by ren | September 11, 2014, 3:34 am
  7. i am filing for 1702q of our corp, we have been registered just this July 2014 and it is our first time to file the qtrly itr. As of todate we have no sales income yet but we have already cost and expenses. How can i compute for the MCIT if there is no gross income? please help, appreciate much your assistance.

    Posted by shai | November 5, 2014, 7:26 am
  8. where can I get the downloadable version of eBIR form 2551M? only the old version is available.

    Posted by Bon | November 6, 2014, 4:45 am
    • Click the “Click here to read more…” link and in that article, there’s a download link for eBIRForms.. It’s a package so you have to install the program..

      Posted by leecpa | November 6, 2014, 5:02 am
      • hi, found it! thanks! but in the 2551M form, where can i input the taxable amount and tax due? since in part 2: computation of tax, walang field (locked field) for taxable amount and tax due (14A/ 14B/ 14C/ 14D/ 14E). Manual na lang ba siya isusulat sa form once printed out?

        Posted by Bon | November 6, 2014, 5:40 am
  9. hi, found it! thanks! but in the 2551M form, where can i input the taxable amount and tax due? since in part 2: computation of tax, walang field (locked field) for taxable amount and tax due (14A/ 14B/ 14C/ 14D/ 14E). Manual na lang ba siya isusulat sa form once printed out?

    Posted by Bon | November 6, 2014, 5:37 am
    • No, di yan manual.. You have to input the amounts somewhere. Hanapin mo yung field or link na pwedeng ma-click.. Di ko actually nagagamit yan so di ako masyadong familiar but yung ibang forms ganun sila.. hehe paexplore na lang po.

      Posted by leecpa | November 6, 2014, 5:41 am
  10. Good day!
    I can’t fill-up the 1601-E, line 14. Wherein I can input the Tax Withheld and remitted. Please help me.. Thank you.

    Posted by Dinah | November 13, 2014, 3:00 am

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