These are for former employees going to be entrepreneurs or sole proprietors whose registered Revenue District Office (RDO) is different from their place of their business and for employers transferring the TIN of their employees to your registered RDO.
Why is this necessary? Because Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) penalizes the filing and payment of income tax at wrong RDO.
1. Fill up form 1905. On Part II Fill up No. 1 and mark box K and write down Transfer of RDO on the blank box.
2. Fill up 4E on OLD RDO, NEW RDO and New Registered address.
3. Sign declaration by authorized company representative of the taxpayer or the taxpayer.
4. Have it received by the OLD RDO where the employee is previously registered.
5. Once received by the OLD RDO ask for the effective date of change in the database.
6. After the effective change in the database as advised by OLD RDO, fill up form 2305 and write down the necessary information especially on Part V. It is the information details of the current employer.
8. File the form at the NEW RDO or the RDO of the taxpayer’s employer together with necessary attachment like birth certificate or marriage contract for updates in tax status.