BIR further extends deadline of ITR filing to May 30

BIR further extends deadline of ITR filing to May 30

Tax & Auditing

Jason Rudolf Arteche

Jason Rudolf Arteche

221 week ago — 2 min read

With the recent extension of enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) issued Revenue Regulation No. 10- 2020 (RR-10-2020) to further extending the deadline of annual Income Tax Return (ITR) filing for the calendar year ending December 31, 2019 to May 30, 2020. The attachments required to be submitted for the ITR are due later on June 15, 2020.

The BIR also extended the deadlines for filing other tax documents and pay taxes originally indicated in BIR Revenue Regulation No 7-2020. For a complete list of extended deadlines, you can refer to RR 10-2020 here.

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If the ECQ is further extended, the filing of returns, payment of taxes and submission of reports and attachments falling within the extended ECQ period will be extended for 30 calendar days from the lifting of ECQ.


How this affects you

Be sure to check if your business is required to file any tax return and/or document which has been affected by the above-mentioned extension of deadlines.

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If yes, your business can take advantage of the additional time to prepare the requirements and not unnecessarily pressure yourself and your business during these challenging times.


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