FORM 1701

What is this form?

BIR Form 1701, also known as Annual Income Tax Return for Self-Employed Individuals, Estates and Trusts is a tax form which summarizes all the transactions made over the tax calendar year.

Who needs to file?

This return needs to be filed by individuals listed below:

1. A resident who operates a business within (or not) in the Philippines.
2. A resident alien, or a non-resident citizen (or alien) operating a business in the Philippines
3. A trustee, guardian of a minor, estate administrator or individuals acting out as an administrator on behalf of a person whose operating a business.

When to file?

1701 form needs to be filed on or before April 15th annually, and it should cover all those income from the previous tax year.

Please take note that your tax forms will be sent electronically to the BIR until 9pm. Any forms that will be sent beyond that filing deadline will be transmitted within the next business day.

For the updated tax deadline, please visit this page:

https://www.juan.tax/blog/extended-deadlines-of-tax-returns

How to file?

Just like any other tax form, you can e-file and e-pay your forms in JuanTax. View this  link from our Help Center to get started, Filing Taxes in JuanTax.

For you to learn the step by step process in filing tax forms in Fast File, you may visit this help article instead, e-Filing your Taxes using Fast File.

What is this form?

BIR Form 1701, also known as Annual Income Tax Return for Self-Employed Individuals, Estates and Trusts is a tax form which summarizes all the transactions made over the tax calendar year.

Who needs to file?

This return needs to be filed by individuals listed below:

1. A resident who operates a business within (or not) in the Philippines.
2. A resident alien, or a non-resident citizen (or alien) operating a business in the Philippines
3. A trustee, guardian of a minor, estate administrator or individuals acting out as an administrator on behalf of a person whose operating a business.

When to file?

1701 form needs to be filed on or before April 15th annually, and it should cover all those income from the previous tax year.

Please take note that your tax forms will be sent electronically to the BIR until 9pm. Any forms that will be sent beyond that filing deadline will be transmitted within the next business day.

For the updated tax deadline, please visit this page:

https://www.juan.tax/blog/extended-deadlines-of-tax-returns

How to file?

Just like any other tax form, you can e-file and e-pay your forms in JuanTax. View this  link from our Help Center to get started, Filing Taxes in JuanTax.

For you to learn the step by step process in filing tax forms in Fast File, you may visit this help article instead, e-Filing your Taxes using Fast File.