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Starting a Business

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In starting a business you need to apply and secure for a Mayor and Business Permit first. An application for a Mayor’s Permit shall be filed with the Licensing Office.

Below are the requirements for a newly-started business:

 

  1. Community Tax Certificate
  2. Barangay Business Clearance
  3. Police Clearance
  4. Zoning Clearance
  5. Sanitary Health Certificate
  6. Occupancy Permit
  7. Fire Safety Inspection Certificate
  8. BIR Certificate of Tax Payments
  9. PHILHEALTH certificate of good payments standing
  10. SSS certificate of good payments standing
  11. For single proprietorship
  • Certificate of Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Registration Certificate.

12. For partnerships or corporations

  • Certificate of Registration from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and Articles of Incorporation and By-laws.
  • Certificate or Board Resolution of Authorized Representative if signatory is not one of the incorporator.

13. For cooperatives

  • Certificate from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), Articles of Cooperative and By-laws;
  • Original Copy of Secretary Certificate or Board Resolution of Authorized Representative.

 

 

Requirements for Renewal of Mayor’s Permit and Business Permit:

 

  1. Community Tax Certificate
  2. Original copy of previous Mayor’s Permit
  3. Barangay Business Clearance
  4. Police Clearance
  5. Sanitary Health Certificate
  6. Occupancy Permit
  7. Fire Safety Inspection Certificate
  8. BIR Certificate of Tax Payments
  9. PHILHEALTH certificate of good payments standing
  10. SSS certificate of good payments standing
  11. For single proprietorship
  •   Certificate of Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Registration Certificate.

12. For partnerships or corporations

  • Certificate of Registration from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and Articles of Incorporation and By-laws.
  • Certificate or Board Resolution of Authorized Representative if signatory is not one of the incorporator.

13. For cooperatives

  • Certificate from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), Articles of Cooperative and By-laws;
  • Original Copy of Secretary Certificate or Board Resolution of Authorized Representative.

 

Requirements in retiring a BUSINESS

 

  1. Request letter engage in withdrawal of business establishment approved by the Municipal Mayor.
  2. Must pay first the entire obligation in treasurer office for the retirement of Business Establishment in eTRACS.
  3. Original copy of mayor permit must be surrender to Business Permit Licensing Office (BPLO).
  4. Certification fee in retirement of business.