Note: JuanTax uses third-party payment processors for tax payments. It's safe and secure; your information is used solely to process your payment.
STEP 1: Click the Filing Options button located on the upper right part of your tax form.
STEP 2: Click the File and Pay Now button to start the payment process.
STEP 3: Choose PayMaya as your payment option. By putting a check in the boxes, you are agreeing to Fast File's payment terms. Proceed to the next step by clicking the Pay With PayMaya button.
STEP 4: Choose how you want to pay: through Express Checkout or by scanning the PayMaya QR.
STEP 5: You will be redirected to PayMaya, where you need to enter your credentials; once done, click the Log In button.
STEP 6: Enter the one-time password (OTP) that will be sent to your registered mobile number and click Proceed.
STEP 6: Check if the amount to be charged is correct, then click the Confirm Payment button.
You will get an onscreen acknowledgment message to confirm the payment transaction. A payment confirmation notification will also be sent to you via text message.
That's it! Notice that your form status has now changed from Draft to Filed and Paid.
You can view your tax and payment confirmation by clicking the Confirmations button.
For successful transactions, a Tax Return Receipt Confirmation will also be sent to your registered e-mail address.
Using Pay by PayMaya requires a PayMaya account.
Make sure that you have enough balance in your PayMaya account to pay for your tax dues.
The maximum allowed transaction amount you can pay in Fast File using PayMaya is Php 50,000 for basic accounts and Php 100,000 for upgraded accounts. Note that these are monthly transaction limits.
Disclaimer: All tax payments made through the JuanTax platform will be processed by BIR-accredited e-payment providers such as UnionBank, GCash, PayMaya, and others.
JuanTax has partnered with payment services that have been BIR-accredited for e-payment, allowing us to facilitate such payments.
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How to pay using PayMaya QR