Features and Benefits

📌 e-Filing & e-Payment of BIR Forms - Choose from our 16 available tax forms, generate, file, and pay directly to the BIR.

📌 Automated Tax Calculation - Fast File has built-in data validation and tax calculation to ensure that all your taxes are computed accurately.

📌 Multiple Tax Payment Options - We have a variety of payment channels for your convenience, such as Credit/Debit Card, BPI, UnionBank, and PayMaya.

📌 Tax Form Advisory - Filing your tax returns can be confusing, we partnered with multiple CPA firms to help guide you with your tax filing needs.

📌 Chat and Email Support - Search our Help Center for the information you need. If you can't find an article that answers your query, please feel free to contact our support team via chat or email from Mondays to Fridays, 8 AM to 9 PM.

📌 Client Payment - Clients can pay for their own return. This feature does not require clients to be Fast File users or account holders.

📌 Preview - Reviewing and revising your income tax returns in Fast File is easy. Just click on the Preview button to check and correct the details you’ve entered before submitting it.

📌 Tax and Payment Confirmation - Enjoy the benefit of tracking your filed and paid ITR in Fast File with a click of a button. These tabs show BIR's confirmation receipt of the form you have just filed and your electronic receipt showing that your payment was successfully issued through your selected payment partner.

📌 Fast File Forms Training - Finally, you can also learn more about filling out your ITR forms by scheduling a forms training from within your Fast File account or through our events page at https://academy.juan.tax/webinars/


Tax forms you can file and pay in Fast File:

📌 Individual

1700, 1701, 1701-A, and 1701-Q

📌 Non-Individual

1702-Q, 1702-RT, and 1702-EX

📌 All Users

0605, 0619-E, 0619-F, 1600, 1601-C

1601-EQ, 1601-FQ, 1606, 1706, 2000

2000-OT, 2550-M, 2550-Q, and

2551-Q

Helpful Links:

Filling out your Form in Fast File

e-Filing of Taxes to the BIR

e-Payment of Taxes to the BIR

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