Philippine Bureau of Internal Revenue Announces Availability of TIN Inquiry through Email

The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) issued Revenue Memorandum Circular No. 37-2024 which allows inquiries on Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) to be made by via email to tin.inquiry@bir.gov.ph.

 

Individual and non-individual taxpayers can make inquiries on their issued TIN number by sending the following to the designated BIR email address:

 

Requirements for Individual taxpayers

  1. Accomplished form with complete name, sex at birth and active email address
  2. A “selfie” taken with a valid government-issued ID
  3. A separate photo of the valid government-issued ID which would show the birthday and photo of the taxpayer

 

Requirements for Non-Individual Taxpayers

  1. Accomplished form with registered name of the company, business name, RDO Code, address, name and position of authorized representative, name and position of Company Official authorizing the representative and active email address
  2. Scanned copy of the notarized Board Resolution or Secretary’s Certificate indicating the name of the authorized representative and the reason for TIN inquiry
  3. “Selfie” with a valid government-issued ID of both the authorized representative and authorizing officer/individual
  4. Separate photo of the valid government-issued IDs of both the authorized representative and the authorizing officer/official.

 

Copies of the required form for submission may be found on the BIR website attached to the memorandum circular as Annexes “A” and “B”.

 

After submission of the required information, the Customer Assistance Division (CAD) Agent shall verify the submission with the taxpayer information in the BIR Internal Revenue Intergrated System-Taxpayer Registration System (IRIS-TRS).

 

The full memorandum may be accessed here. The required form for requests of Individual Taxpayers may be downloaded here and the required form for Non-Individual Taxpayers may be downloaded here.

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