I was always busy and worried at certain times of the month, and it was always because of tax preparation. I have already paid a cumulative amount of probably Php 20,000 worth of penalties. My previous freelance accountants would forget to pay (because of the multitude of clients that they had to service). I, personally, would forget deadlines, because of my busy schedule. For some forms, I didn’t get to file because I didn’t know that I needed to file them. I do love math, but I really don’t get how taxes are computed.
My husband wanted to help me. He would see me suffer and he saw that the stress was killing me. Being the programmer that he is, he found a rudimentary way to automate the tax preparation that I did from home. From there, we saw the benefits of the automated process. We then wanted to share this with other business owners, freelancers and professionals.
Paying taxes should be something we do and we should see as our duty. We should do it because it will greatly help our country. We will do our share by making it simple and easy for each and every one of you. This is the reason why we created Taxumo. Taxumo is a do-it-yourself web application that computes, fills out forms and send the data directly to the bank/BIR. You don’t need to start loving math! haha! You don’t need to line up at the bank or the RDOs.
What makes our team the best people to talk to is that we genuinely understand the pain that you are going through, because we have been there. We know that BIR has been trying to come up with a way to have a robust online tax preparation process and to automate collections. We are here to help both the end users and the Bureau of Internal Revenue.
Taxumo is a web application that helps in online tax preparation and filing — so we take care of computing, filling out the forms and submitting it to the BIR/Bank.
Although, right now, we don’t handle payments that needed to be paid in the past. What you could do is to use this online tax preparation application for your payments moving forward. Right now, we cater to percentage or non-vat payers. By December, we will also be ready to cater to VAT taxpayers. If you don’t understand these terms and if you want to know if you are a vat or a percentage/non-vat taxpayer, you can check out your certificate of registration of Form 2303. Here is a sample:
All of the information you need to complete your profile page is in this document. If you lose it, you can visit your Revenue District Office or RDO (usually in the area where your business address is) of the BIR to secure a copy.
I also created this video so that you have a guide on how to use Taxumo.
The next deadline is on December 20 for Percentage Tax payers! 🙂 I hope you can sign up now while the system is FREE. Just go to http://taxumo.com and see how easy paying taxes can be!
If you have questions, feel free to write it on the comment section below!
Nice one! Although I think you forgot to attach the COR sample? 🙂
Is it free for a limited time only? If so, how much is your fee then?
Yes, it is for a limited time only 🙂 The application will require a monthly subscription fee of Php 2000 🙂
I would love to use taxumo for filing taxes. I also understand the need for a monthly subscription fee to maintain the system/program, etc. But two thousand pesos is a lot of money for a self-employed freelancer who doesn’t always get projects on a regular basis. 🙁
Hi Bea! 🙂 Thanks for the comment. Right now, Taxumo is actually free, so please do try it out. But we’ll take note of your comment 🙂 We will be charging possibly by July pa naman 🙂
Thanks, Ginger. Taxumo has piqued my curiosity. I’ll definitely try it out. 🙂
Does Taxumo cover other places other than Metro Manila? I’m a freelancer and currently residing in Quezon province. I’m planning to file my taxes but I’m not sure if Taxumo can cover this location.
Yes, Taxumo is already available nationwide! 🙂