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TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« on: July 14, 2009, 06:15:11 pm »
hi sisses! i hope someone here can can help me.

here's the story, I was an employee of a bpo company from march2008-june09
now, since they are my 1st employer isnt it that they are the ones who will
get me a TIN from the BIR? besides they asked me to fill-up an application form
and asked for my dependent's birth certificates.

I separated with them this June of '09 and when I was given my BIR FORM 2316
or computation of taxes withheld for the year of '08 my TIN there was "0"
If I dont have a TIN then it simply means that they are not remitting the taxes
they held from

Now, I'm currently employed with Shell Shared Services Asia, and they asked me to
fill-up another application form from the BIR, when I called BIR this
morning they advised me that I didnt have a TIN from my previous employer.

the big question is where are they putting the taxes held from my pay?
they gave me a tax reimbursement for Jan. '09 but still it's not
equal to the total of taxes witheld.

what are the proper steps to take so I can get reimbursed correctly?

TIA

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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2009, 10:55:42 pm »
^oh my. ako kasi, i got my own TIN number. anyway, have u approached your previous HR? ask mo what happened to the taxes that they were remitting for you?

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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2009, 11:18:24 pm »
they gave me a TIN but when i double checked the TIN my prev employer gave me they BIR said that it's not under my name!

i dont know what to do na., I'm still waiting for my separation pay so hindi ko pa sila maaway.,

what if they're remitting my taxes under another person's name since yung TIN ko on file sa kanila under a diff name.

may tax refund next year, I was advised na kapag hindi ko naayos to I'll have to pay BIR for the taxes not remitted under my name for Jan '09 - June'09

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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #3 on: July 15, 2009, 11:29:01 pm »
^that's sooo weird. TIN is not under your name? hrmm! could it have been an honest mistake on the part of your HR? anyway, o nga, wag mo muna awayin since may inaantay ka pa from them. is it a big BPO company? but first things first, let them know na hindi nakapangalan sayo TIN number na yun. baka ma-trace nila saan nagkamali.

btw, congrats on your new job sa shell! :D

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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #4 on: August 12, 2009, 02:11:18 pm »
sis you might want to PM sis marose17 she is a tax lawyer  ;)
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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #5 on: August 12, 2009, 03:03:48 pm »
thanks for the tip sis!

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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #6 on: September 08, 2009, 12:05:37 pm »
hi, ask ko lang, I'm working as a consultant sa isang company, automatic wala binabawas na TAX sakin. Am i compelled to pay my taxes ba o hindi naman? thanks!
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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #7 on: September 22, 2009, 04:57:55 pm »
check mo kung may withholding taxes, malamang meron.. you still need to file and pay your income tax on or before april 15
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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #8 on: October 10, 2009, 03:27:04 pm »
i also have a problem regarding taxes. is it possible to verify if the company is really remitting your taxes? i have worked for three years and i have only received one itr (not sure if its form 1601e) with no bank or bir stamp confirming that they have received my tax payments.

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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #9 on: October 13, 2009, 10:22:00 am »
^ yes. you can verify. the company should have filed bir form # 1601-C (compensation) upon remittance. this form is stamped received by bir

then your employer will issue you bir form 2316 which is a certification of compensation payment/tax withheld. this is signed by the authorized signatory of your company and is not stamped received by bir

the company submits bir form # 1604cf or known as the alpha list to the bir. this is a summariy of all bir remittances of your compensation

you can verify this in the bir. you may check the bir rdo of your company for easy verification


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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #10 on: December 08, 2009, 09:28:27 am »
@ladyhushtilla I hope everything is well na regarding your problem with taxes.

Question: Taxable ba ang Perfect Attendance Bonus? How about food and transportation allowance?
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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #11 on: December 08, 2009, 05:16:08 pm »
Generally, all income, whether in the form of salaries, bonuses and allowances, are taxable.  There are exceptions, such as those enumerated in the Tax Code and BIR revenue regulations.  Among the exceptions are de minimis benefits.  Also, reimbursements for expenses incurred for and on behalf of the employer, are not taxable.

In my opinion, the perfect attendance bonus is taxable.  The food and transportation allowance are considered as de minimis benefits and thus, not subject to tax.

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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #12 on: December 11, 2009, 10:55:34 am »
This is happening to me too, Ive been employed with Cdr-king and since sila ang una kong employer dapat sila ang kukuha ng TIN ko. But then nung nagresign na ako sa kanila and lumipat sa ibang company, my current company is asking for my TIN. So I called cdrking and told me I have no TIN yet. Eh san kaya nila dinala lahat ng kinaltas nila sa akin?! now they are offering me to get me a TIN. So I just told them na yung current employer ko na lang kukuha ng TIN ko.
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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #13 on: December 11, 2009, 11:03:25 am »
^ Make sure that your current employer will secure your TIN for you.  Ask for your TIN number and check it with BIR kung yun talaga ang TIN number mo.  Or better yet, get your TIN yourself.  You have to allot 1 day though to process this.

For the procedure on how to get a TIN, go to www.bir.gov.ph

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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #14 on: December 11, 2009, 11:12:09 am »
^ yes. you can verify. the company should have filed bir form # 1601-C (compensation) upon remittance. this form is stamped received by bir

then your employer will issue you bir form 2316 which is a certification of compensation payment/tax withheld. this is signed by the authorized signatory of your company and is not stamped received by bir

the company submits bir form # 1604cf or known as the alpha list to the bir. this is a summariy of all bir remittances of your compensation

you can verify this in the bir. you may check the bir rdo of your company for easy verification

thanks, sis.. what i have pala is form 2316 kaya walang bank stamp. anyway, i'll still verify about it at bir marikina.. kasi in 3 years that i have worked, once lang ako nakareceive ng form 2316.. is this legal?

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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #15 on: May 25, 2011, 08:22:43 pm »
hi sis marose17, ask ko lang po if yung Total Amount of taxes witheld as adjusted sa 2316 form is yung total ng binayaran ng company sa BIR? Kasi i resigned in my previous company last feb, then i got into my new work last march.. i had my salary from jan and feb from my previous company (hindi sinama ang feb salary ko sa aking backpay, nakuha ko siya on that month;so less na ng tax yun) and also had my salary na sa new company ko last march..so technically, diredirecho ang pagkaltas saken ng tax kahit na lumipat ako ng company..now, i got my 2316 for months jan and feb 2011 and napansin ko na yung taxes witheld as adjusted is super liit, compared sa tax ko talaga.. i am worried na maliit lang talaga ang binigay ng previous company ko sa BIR and in turn, madededuct yung kulang sa salary ko ngayon in my new work. I already received my backpay, and i do not know kung sinama nila dun yung some part ng tax ko or whatever, medyo magulo din kasi yung breakdown ng final pay ko. please help sis, thanks in advance.

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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #16 on: May 26, 2011, 07:43:36 am »
bebeloo, I answered your PM. :)

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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #17 on: June 06, 2011, 04:28:47 pm »
Hi guys, curious lang ako, meron pa bang TIN ID sa ngayon? need ko kasi ng government ID

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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #18 on: June 06, 2011, 05:18:07 pm »
^ As far as I know, walang photo ang TIN ID, unless nagbago na ang itsura.

If you need a government-issued ID, you can present your passport, driver's license, SSS ID.

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Re: TIN problem, and taxes witheld
« Reply #19 on: June 06, 2011, 06:25:59 pm »
thanks sis, ang problema kasi wala ako ni isa man lang ID sa mga nabanggit mo pa in process pa lahat e mag aapply ako ng passport, company ID lang meron ako sa ngayon.. nag update kasi ako ng status at palit ng name.

 

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