BIR partners with DBP, MyEG PH for online tax payment

To expand its available payment channels, the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) has partnered with the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) and MyEG, a market leader in e-solutions championing online automation of government services, for implementing its new and improved online payment service allowing citizens to pay their BIR tax payment online via

Paying taxes via MyEG’s BIR electronic tax payment is simple, convenient and hassle-free. All taxpayers need to do is simply log on to and choose from the different series of BIR forms and the type of tax they have to pay, and they will be immediately redirected to the payment gateway of MyEG where they can choose their preferred payment. option. This whole process would only take less than a minute and the payments are displayed in real time.

Other Philippine BIR taxes that may be payable include withholding tax, value added tax, percentage tax, documentary stamp duty, employee benefit tax, and corporate income tax. companies.

Individuals and businesses now have an additional channel to settle their BIR tax requirements on a single platform with various payment options such as GCash and credit/debit cards.

“This innovation is part of our third solution providers to explore ways for taxpayers to file and pay their taxes while staying in the safety of their home or office,” said BIR Deputy Commissioner Lanee David. . “This effort is greatly appreciated, as it complements BIR’s efforts to improve our key services, e-Services, and provide the public with different options to help them comply with their tax obligations online.”

“MyEG is a leader in automating government services, both here in the Philippines and in Malaysia,” said Ann Margaret Saldaña, Managing Director of MyEG Philippines. “Through this partnership with BIR and DBP, we are able to connect taxpayers to our payment channels across the country while remaining deeply committed to enabling government institutions to provide the ease of doing business so that citizens have a more convenient and hassle-free way to pay their taxes online.”

The BIR tax electronic payment system was officially launched on October 18, 2021 and was made possible in partnership with the BIR, DBP and IPAY MyEG Philippines Inc.

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