Thursday, October 19, 2017 — Quezon City — The Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) kickstarted the official launch of PayTax Online, a new payment service system which is designed to enable Filipino taxpayers in electronically paying their taxes with the BIR (Bureau of Internal Revenue). JuanTax had the privilege of participating in this groundbreaking event.
PayTax Online Official Launch Event
In an event held at the BIR Head Office, the Development Bank of the Philippines, in partnership with the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) launched this new payment system which would bring relief to millions of taxpayers in the Philippines when it comes to filing and paying taxes.
The launch was attended by personalities such as DBP Chairman of the Board Alberto Romulo, DBP President Cecilia Borromeo, USAID Mission Director Lawrence Hardy II, BIR Commissioner Caesar Dulay, Lanee Cui-David, BIR Deputy Commissioner, Dept of Finance Undersecretary Antonette Tionko, other executives of DBP and BIR as well as some people from the media.
Aside from the keynotes and inspiring messages from various financing sectors, it’s also a huge privilege for JuanTax as we invited Manaig, Manaig and Co. and Cebu Business Outsourcing Solutions (CBOS) to be the first credit card taxpayers in the Philippines.
Pay Taxes Online
PayTax Online is a tax payment solution where filers can lodge their payments electronically just by providing data such as TIN, Form Number, Tax Type, RDO, and Amount.
With PayTax Online, filers have two options in lodging their payment: (1) through any connected Bancnet Online Participating Banks via debit facility, along with a fixed ₽35 fee per payment, or (2) by using MasterCard and Visa debit and credit cards which also includes a ₽35 fee + 2% of total amount of taxes paid.