Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Replacement of Lost TIN Card


BE COOL
Lost TIME is never found again. Benjamin Franklin
Lost TIN can always be REPLACED - Tom Tax

First, know where your TIN is currently registered or which BIR Branch or Revenue District Office (RDO).
If you don’t know which BIR District Office you got your TIN Card. You can call the BIR Contact center at 981-8888 or email contact_us@cctr.bir.gov.ph or call Taxpayer Information & Education Division 981-7000 local 7250 / 7251 / 7252  give them your full name and your birthdate.  Just ask them that you want to know where your TIN is currently registered or which BIR District Office your TIN is registered. 
  
BIR does not divulge TIN numbers over the phone. You can request  for a TIN card with your BIR branch.
For the the Address of a particular BIR District Office you look it up here .
That is the BIR directory of the district offices of BIR.  Or you can call the BIR Contact Center at 981-8888.
Get the address of the BIR District Office where your TIN is registered. The  BIR Form 1905 is what you will be using
Click this link so you can see the actual form BIR Form 1905.  In part II of this form “REASON FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION UPDATE” in section 4B “REPLACEMENT OF LOST / DAMAGED TIN CARD“.
The needed attachment for this application is an Affidavit of Loss duly notarized of course. You can get this service from a Notary Public near your area. The notary usually cost around 50 to 100 pesos. For replacement just present your old TIN Card.
Don’t forget to sign the backside of this form.  After you submitted your application ask the BIR personnel when you can get your TIN Card.  

Lastly, where do you file this? Submit this 1905 to the BIR District office where your TIN is currently registered.  If you TIN is registered in BIR RDO handling Marikina then thats where you should file that request not with any other BIR district office. That’s it.
For new applicants for TIN card there is nothing to pay. But i came to know recently that they are charging for replacement. due to loss, around 100 pesos.

Discussion on this topic go here.

15 comments:

  1. Sir, if my TIN is registered via E.O. 98 (I'm unemployed) can I still apply for a TIN ID card?
    Thanks for this very helpful blog! :D

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    1. Yes, you can still apply for TIN Card. The TIN card does not have the security features of a regular ID.

      Hence, it is referred as TIN Card.

      Revenue Regulation 5-2010 States "For EO 98 registrants, request for issuance of TIN card can be submitted to the RDO where they are registered" (page 2 of said Revenue Regulation)

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  2. can they trace if u are given a tin id card..? thanks

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  3. trace? thru your tin card? I think they would need more info other than that I believe.

    sorry for this late replies as this site was blocked by our ofc.

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  4. My tin was registered in Zamboanga. I'm now working in Manila and have lost my TIN card. Can I file for a replacement at any BIR branch?

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  5. How many days bago makuha ang ID?

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    1. depends on the workload of the district. If workload is not that many then they can do it within the day.

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  6. hi just wanna asked, coz i never did a change to get my TIN CARD at Manila, so is there any possible way na i could claim sa city nmin? im working now at cebu but im registerd at Manila.. i also need to transfer my RDO from manila to cebu.. wats the process? i need it sealed as well..

    thanks

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    1. fax a copy of request to transfer using 1905 to your RDO in Manila.

      click the tags on TIN TRANSFER. There's an article on how to do that.

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  7. HELLO PAGNAWALA/NAKALIMUTAN PO YUNG TIN# KAILANGAN PO BA TALAGA YUN PALITAN NG NUMBER ? WALA PA AKONG CARD PERO MAY NUMBER NA AKO. MY PROBLEM IS NAKALIMUTAN KO ITO. PANU KO PO YUNG MAKUKUHA ULIT ??
    PLEASE HELP ME KAILANGAN KO NA PO KASI NG TIN NEXTWEEK . SALAMAT

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  8. As stated above this contact info can help you, at hindi na po kailangan kumuha ng bagong TIN -may penalty po yun. Mawala man ang TIN mo. May record ang BIR ukol dun:

    BIR Contact center at 981-8888 or email contact_us@cctr.bir.gov.ph or call Taxpayer Information & Education Division 981-7000 local 7250 / 7251 / 7252

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  9. I lost my TIN ID, how do I apply for replacement and is there a fee, how much?

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  10. Hi Mr. Tomtax, mayroon na akong T.I.N. na na-issue noong dalaga pa ako. Kailangan pa bang mag-apply uli ng panibagong T.I.N. o kailangan pa bang i-update ito sa BIR ngayong iba na ang status at apelyido ko? Maraming salamat.

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