How to Electronically File BIR Annual Registration (Form 0605) And Pay Via Gcash

In this article, I’m sharing the step-by-step process on how to file for the Annual Registration or BIR Form 0605 using the eBIRForms application, and also how to pay to the registration fee using GCash app.

𝗗𝗜𝗦𝗖𝗟𝗔𝗜𝗠𝗘𝗥: I am not an Accountant and I’m just sharing what I learned. I may not have answers to your questions which are Accounting-related or anything that is beyond what I have experienced personally.

One of the very first payments that taxpayers file upon the beginning of the year is the Annual Registration Fee or BIR Form 0605.

The deadline for filing and paying for the Annual Registration Fee is every 31st of January or end of the month.

Taxpayers must ensure timely filing and payment to avoid any penalties and additional charges that you may incur as a result of late filing and payment.

Good thing that we have an option to file and pay for it electronically using the eBIRForms application and GCash application.

Therefore, this helps us save a lot of time and effort because we no longer need to physically visit the RDO to file for it and the accredited bank to pay for it.

Things to Prepare Before We Begin with the Tutorial

Make sure that you have the eBIRForms application downloaded and installed on your desktop/laptop.

In case you haven’t downloaded and installed it, you may check out this previous article which shows you the step-by-step process on how to do it: How to Download and Install the eBIRForms App

On that article, you will also be guided on how to update your profile if it would be your first time using the eBIRForms application.

Otherwise, you may skip this part and continue with the tutorial.

Steps to File for Annual Registration Using the eBIRForms App and Pay Using GCash

For the detailed tutorial, please watch this video that I created and posted on YouTube:

Once you have completed the steps, it means that you have successfully filed and paid for your Annual Registration, which only means that you can continue conducting business and doing your profession without the fear of committing violation due to none or late filing for the tax calendar year.

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