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BCS/ Item Republika ng Pilipinas Kagawaran ng Pananalapi Kawanihan ng Rentas Internas

Annual Income Tax Return
For Self-Employed Individuals, Estates and Trusts
Enter all required information in CAPITAL LETTERS using BLACK ink. Mark applicable boxes with an “X”. Two copies MUST be filed with the BIR and one held by the Tax Filer. 2 Amended Return?

170106/13ENCSP1 BIR Form No.

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June 2013 (ENCS) Page 1

1 For the Year 12 (MM/20YY) 4 Alphanumeric Tax Code (ATC)

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T R A D I N G X Itemized Deduction 20 Method of Deduction [Sec. 34 (A-J), NIRC]
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