All About: BIR Form 0619-E
Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) released a new BIR Form called 0619-E or the Monthly Remittance Form of Creditable Income Taxes Withheld (Expanded). BIR Form 0619-E is a remittance form used for remittance of…
PUBLISHED: August 2, 2021
Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) released a new BIR Form called 0619-E or the Monthly Remittance Form of Creditable Income Taxes Withheld (Expanded). BIR Form 0619E is a remittance form used for remittance of Expanded Withholding Tax, as mentioned within the provisions of Revenue Regulations No. 11-2018.
- Individual or non-individual – who withhold and deduct taxes on income payments subject to Expanded/Creditable Withholding Taxes.
- Corporations who are required to withhold and remit the tax the form shall be made in the name of the corporation, and shall be signed and verified by the president, vice-president, or any authorized officer.
- Government agencies, or government-owned and government-controlled corporations is the withholding agent, the form shall be signed by the employee appropriately assigned for the purpose.
BIR Form 0619-E shall be filed for the first 2 months of each calendar quarter. The withholding tax remittance form shall be filed and the tax remitted on or before the 10th day following the month in which withholding was made.
Filling with Authorized Agent Bank (ABB)
The BIR Form 0619-E shall be filed and the tax remitted to the Authorized Agent Bank or AABs of the Revenue District Office (RDO) having jurisdiction over the withholding agent’s place of business.
In filling with ABBs, taxpayer must accomplish and submit BIR-prescribed deposit slip, which the bank teller shall machine validate as evidence that the remittance was received. The form shall also have the word “Received” stamped and machine validated by the ABB as proof of filling and remittance of the taxpayer. The validation via machine shall reflect the date of remittance, amount remitted and transactions code, the name of the bank, branch code, teller’s code and teller’s initial.
Filling with Revenue Collection Officer (RCO)
For places without Authorized Agent Bank or AABs, the form shall be filed and the tax remitted with the Revenue Collection Officer (RCO) of the RDO having jurisdiction over the withholding agent’s place of business who will then issue an Electronic Revenue Official Receipt (eROR).
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