E-Invoicing In Philippines
The Philippines has launched the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN)
The Philippine Department of Finance (DOF)
The Department for the Promotion of E-Governance (DICT)
Bureau of Internal Revenue(BIR)
- B2G Procurement
- B2B and B2C Procurement
The Philippine Department of Finance announced that a pilot system started in July 2022 for B2G transactions. Large businesses and exporters are under obligation first however they will expand gradually. All B2B and B2C transactions plan to adapt exchanging invoicing in 2023. The E-government system supports digital transformation and is ready to use in 2022. VAT return must be filed for citizens located in the Philippines and called BIR Form 1701. There are several options to submit, Electronic Filing and Payment System (eFPS), Electronic BIR Forms (eBIRForms), and manual filing.