Who Needs to File?
BIR Form 2000 should be filed by the person making, signing, issuing, accepting, or transferring the following transaction types
Loan agreements and papers
Sales and conveyances of an obligation
Right or property
When to File?
This form should be filed and paid within five (5) days after the close of the month when the taxable documents were made, signed, issued, accepted, or transferred.
How to File?
To file a BIR Form 2000 in Fast File, follow the steps below:
STEP 1: From your portal, click on the Start Return button.
STEP 2: Select General Forms and hit Next.
STEP 3: Choose 2000, then click the Next button.
STEP 4: Select the date of the transaction covered in this report. Choose from the Year and Month drop-down buttons, then click Next.
STEP 5: In the second section of the form, enter all background information properly based on your BIR Certificate of Registration (COR/Form 2303).
Certain parts of the form are already pre-populated based on the information that you have provided during the organization setup.
Don't forget to determine the Other Party to the transaction. Enter their Name and TIN, then choose the Mode of Affixture.
Just like that! You can now proceed to the payment stage by clicking the Filing Option button located on the top-right part of the page.
Please take note that your tax forms will be sent electronically to the BIR until 9 pm. Any forms that will be sent beyond that filing deadline will be transmitted within the next business day.
The BIR Form 2000 is straight-out simple to fill out and complete. Get started on your tax-compliance journey today and start filing at https://juan.tax/fast-file 🤗