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BUREAU OF INTERNAL REVENUE
The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) issued an advisory, 31 July 2018, informing the unavailability/inaccessibility of the BIR Form Nos. 1601EQ and 1601FQ on 31 July 2018.
eFPS taxpayers are advised to use the eBIRForms facility in filing BIR Form Nos. 1601EQ and 1601FQ and pay over-the-counter (thru cash, checks or debit) or use mobile payment (GCash) or pay using BIR Form 0605 in eFPS.
Another advisory will be released once the said BIR Forms become available/accessible.
Attached is the copy of the advisory for your reference.
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