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When an establishment is being tax mapped or verified by examiners from the RDO and subsequently found a violation, this form is used to pay for the dues of such violation and every time a penalty is due. This is filed by every withholding agent also known as the employer, individual or non-individual, who is required to deduct and withhold taxes from compensation of employees.
This is filed by every withholding agent also known as the employer, individual or non-individual, who is required to deduct and withhold taxes from employee compensation that is subject to Expanded or Creditable Withholding Taxes. The withholding agent or the employer files this return for the amount of final income withheld and remitted on behalf of the employee.
Filing dates: Manual Filing — on or before the tenth day of the following month. This covers final income taxes withheld for fringe benefits received. The employer is required to file and remit this return: Manual Filing: On or before the tenth day of the following month. Every employer whether individual or non-individual and private or government is required to deduct from employees, then file and remit this return for compensation subject to withholding taxes, including final withholding taxes.
Filing is due on or before the last day of January of the year following the calendar year when taxes were paid or accrued. To be filed and remitted by all employers whether individual or non-individual and private or government for the taxes withheld from employees for compensation subject to Expanded Withholding Taxes, or not subject to withholding tax but subject to income tax. The deadline for filing is on or before the March 1 of the year following the calendar year when taxes were paid or accrued.
This is filed by the buyer of real property who is the withholding agent for the sale, transfer or exchange of real property classified as ordinary asset.
Filing is due every 15th of April of the following year. If AIF is for individuals, this one is for corporations and partnerships as an attachment to Deadline is also on April 15 of the following year. Filing must be done before the actual use of such. This form is used for the registration of self-employed and mixed-income individuals, opening of new branch, and estates or trusts about to start to a business. This must be filed with the RDO having jurisdiction of said head or branch office, on or before the start of the new business or before any tax due or return is to be paid or filed.
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