Truly, the government continuously embraces the advantages technology can bring to make the Filipino lives easier on a day to day basis. Freelancers, Self-Employed and Small Business Owners can now pay taxes online to BIR via DBPPayTAX.

Just recently, an online tax portal that receives e-payments 24/7 (DBP 24/7) has been introduced as a collaborative output of Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) and Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR). This online mobile banking where you can pay taxes and even accepts late payment is just one of the many services offered by the government to cut off tax from your earned income or salary through easy process.

Now the benefit of using this is through using your Philippine-issued credit and ATM cards and visiting the DBP website, you may pay your taxes anytime and anywhere you want. The goal of this new payment system is to increase the tax collection revenue of BIR and have a positive outcome for their fiscal performance, thus more budget will be allotted for the projects developed and already planning to establish.

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Overview of DBP Paytax Online

DBP is an Electronic Government (eGov) services that allows businesses and individuals to duly pay their government contributions and payments to the following:

  • PhilHealth
  • Pag-IBIG
  • SSS
  • BIR

Taxes are made by government for deductions for adjusted gross income and the accumulated amount of tax collected will be used for development of projects that will be utilized by the public.

What are the benefits of DBP Paytax Online?

The following advantages are perceived to be beneficial for organizations and individuals who’d like to have their taxes paid online:

  1. Convenient, quick and simple steps and processing of your payment.
  2. Deduction on operational and administrative expenses.
  3. No additional ADB requirement.
  4. You may check account balance online anywhere and anytime you prefer.
  5. Operating 24/7 including holidays.
  6. Paying Tax Got Easier – You Credit Card or Debit Cards

How to Use DBP Paytax Online Step by Step!

  • For Fastest Step! Searching on Internet Please type on Google ofwmoney.org dbppay
    1. Upon visiting the website www.dbppaytax.com, you have to fill out vital details such as your TIN no., Form No., Tax Type, and Amount. Make sure that you have entered the right series of numbers to avoid confusion or encountering issues.
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    2. Choose your mode of payment.
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      • For the payment collection, you will have two options: One, would be connecting to any Bancnet Online Participating Banks via debit facility that has a fee of ₱35.00 every transaction and the other one would be through MasterCard and Visa debit and credit card that has a ₱35.00 fee and addition 2% for the total amount of taxes you’ve paid.
      • Do note that payments made through credit card will only be accepted from 12:01 AM to 10:00 PM while Debit card payments may be accepted anytime.
    3. Afterward, input your personal details and contact number.
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      • A one-time password (OTP) will be sent on your mobile device that you’ll key-in as part of the security purposes of the website.
    4. Submit and Enter the OTP within 5 minutes.
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    5. Choose either Visa or MasterCard and input your credit card details.
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    6. Click the “Pay” Icon to finish the transaction.
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    7. After confirmation of the payment, there will be a transaction summary.
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    8. You can download the PDF of the transaction summary in this menu.
      • Also, an email will be sent to you for the transaction details. The PDF is attached here as well.
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      • How convenient, right? Now that that is over, let us go back to conquering the world!
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How much tax do you pay in the Philippines?

Estimated tax and withholding exemption on the pay slip we usually receive from our Employers is the pay that we remit to the BIR. Thus, the more you earn, the more likely a higher amount of tax will be deducted from your salary. There are online calculators that you may find online so you’ll have an insight of how tax will be deducted from you.

There are some companies, mostly private ones, who let their employees file and pay their designated taxes. While most list this as one of their perks for working in their company, they’ll be the one to file, compute and have the taxes rendered to tax authorities. Also, companies offer assistance especially for fresh graduates on tax, miscellaneous individual exclusions and other government related payments that they should have a knowledge to have an understanding why a certain part of their salary is being deducted to them on a monthly basis.

Who are entitled to pay tax in the Philippines?

You must be wondering if you haven’t had the experience to pay tax yet, do I have a list of pending payments by now? Is the BIR going to contact me any soon? Remember that there are qualifications for you to be entitled for tax. Any Filipino individuals receiving income within or outside the Philippines and has the following:

    • Income that has been produced from two (2) or more employers at any time during the taxable year;
  • Income regardless of the amount whether from a single or several employers during the taxable year and the income tax of which has not been withheld correctly resulting to collectible or refundable return;
  • If the individual is self-employed and received income from the conduct of trade or business or practice of profession;
  • A Filipino that receives mixed income, may it be compensation income and income from the conduct of trade or business or practice of profession;
  • Income coming from other non-business, non-professional related income in addition to compensation income not otherwise subject to a final tax;
  • Filipino individuals who receives income solely from a single employer, though the income of which has been correctly withheld, but whose spouse is not entitle to substituted filing; and
  • Marginal income earners.

Tax is also a responsibility for the non-resident citizens of the country receiving income from sources within the Philippines. This also applies to aliens, resident or not, receiving income from sources within the Philippines. This shall also be applicable for corporations such as partnerships or domestic corporations receiving income from sources within the Philippines and foreign corporations’ income came from sources within the Philippines. Tax shall also be payable for estates and trusts engaged in trade or business.

Frequently Asked Questions About DBP Paytax Online

  1. Do I need to enroll/register to DBP PAYTAX ONLINE?
    • There is no need to enroll in the DBP PAYTAX ONLINE.
  2. What online payment modes can I choose for the DBP PAYTAX ONLINE?
    • Currently, you can use ATM or Debit card enrolled in BancNet Online Facility. For credit card users, you can use VISA and MasterCard.
  3. How do I know if the transaction I made through DBP PAYTAX ONLINE is successful?
    • The system will automatically display a prompt that the payment transaction is successful. The user will also receive an email notification that the transaction has been processed successfully.
  4. Who can pay using the DBP PAYTAX ONLINE?
    • All taxpayers with Philippine-issued credit/debit/prepaid cards can pay using DBP PAYTAX ONLINE.
  5. Is there a tax amount limit per transaction?
    • The tax amount limit per transaction depends on the transaction limit of the credit/debit/prepaid card issuer.
  6. Do you have technical support and how can I reach them?
    • Yes, we have technical support that can assist you. Just contact 09219714744 / (0632) 814-0217 / (0632) 818-9511 local 2517, 2567, 2516, & 2559 or email us at [email protected], Mondays to Fridays, 8:00am to 5:00pm.
  7. Can I cancel transaction anytime should I decide not to continue paying my tax online?
    • Cancelling your transaction is possible as long as you have not received the email confirmation yet. Once you already received the notification, the transaction is deemed complete.

2 COMMENTS

  1. This is great news for a taxpaying freelancer like me. Thanks for the screenshots and the discussion. I have one question though, how to input the Return Period? I checked the website myself and it will only show one date. How to indicate it if you’re paying for a period of one month (% tax) or one quarter (form 1701Q) or one year (form 1701)? And can we pay our annual ITR here also? Is there also a way to check with BIR regarding your payment history? Thanks a lot.

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