By: Tax and Accounting Center Philippines
Under Executive No. 398 dated 12 January 2005, taxpayers desiring to enter into or participate in any contract with the government, its departments, bureaus, offices and agencies, government owned or controlled corporations and other public institutions are required to be tax compliant that the government must have enough sources of revenue to finance government projects. Accordingly, these taxpayers are required to submit the following:
To implement the above, BIR issued Operations Memorandum (OM) No. 12-07-001 dated July 12, 2012 (Operations manual No. 12-2007) on the issuance of Provisional Tax Clearance for Bidding Purposes in the Philippines. Said Operations Manual 12-2007 provides for instances where a provisional tax clearance could be issued in order to prevent disruptions in the business operations of those transacting with government agencies.
Under Revenue Memorandum Circular No. 58-2013 (RMC No. 58-2013) dated August 30, 2013, an amendment to Operations Manual No. 12-2007 has been published. BIR Operations Manual No. 4-2013 dated July 24, 2013 has been issued to delete the following instances where a BIR Provisional Tax Clearance could be issued:
Instances of Provisional Tax Clearance
Under Operations Manual No. 4-2013 published by RMC No. 58-2013, the following are the new and updated list of instances where a BIR provisional tax clearance for bidding purposes in the Philippines could be issued:
The issuance of a provisional tax clearance in cases when the taxpayer’s case is still pending final resolution by the CTA and Supreme Court shall not be done automatically or as a matter of course. Applications for provisional tax clearance based on pending tax case with Court of Tax Appeals or Supreme Court will have to be evaluated by the BIR processing office to see to it that the same is not frivolous and dilatory having been filed on final and executor tax assessments in the Philippines.
Effectivity of BIR OM No. 4-2013
BIR OM No. 4-2013 shall take effect immediately and all issuances or portions thereof which are inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed, modified, or amended accordingly.
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