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About the Overpaid Mayor's Permit, 2018 Tax Amnesty and No. 2 Fingerprint of Tax Evasion

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Aryel Narvasa
Aryel Narvasa

ETM discussed in this video the How the overpayment of Mayor's Permit was made, the inevitable implementation of the 2018 Estate Tax Amnesty and its benefits and the No. 2 Fingerprint of Tax Evasion in relation to the 2019 BIR Top Priority Targets.
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Securing a Mayor’s Permit (also known as a Business Permit) is one of the requirements for every business or company to operate in the Philippines. Local Government Units (LGUs) can be cities or municipalities. Each municipality has different procedures depending on the ordinance of the city or municipality.

A Business Permit is referred to as a Mayor’s Permit, because it is processed at the City Hall – the office of the mayor. Securing a business permit from the Mayor’s Office can only be done after accomplishing two other registrations first:

How to Apply for Mayor’s Permit in the Philippines? In this post, we are sharing the latest Mayor’s Permit requirements and procedures as of 2019. If you are a business owner or wanting to start a business in the Philippines, getting Mayor’s Permit is one of the documents that is required to run a business whether you are a single proprietorship, partnership or a corporation.

Resident Certificate A and B for single proprietorship, and C and C1 for corporation;
• Contractor’s license issued by the Philippine Contractors Accreditation Board (PCAB), in case of general/specialty and engineering contractor;
• National Grains Authority (NGA) license, in case of dealer of rice, corn and wheat;
• Bureau of Food and Drug Administration (FDA), in case of drugstore or bakery;
• Accreditation certificate issued by the Department of Trade, in case of auto repair shop, electronics, radio and other electrical equipments;
• Customer broker issued by the Custom Broker’s Commission, in case of custom brokerage business; • Real estate broker’s license issued by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), in case of real estate broker;
• Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), in case of recruitment agency;
• Philippine Overseas and Employment (POEA), in case of manning and crewing services;
• Central Bank Authority, in case of banking institution;
• Pest control license issued by Fertilizers and Insecticide, in case of pest control services;
• Videogram permit issued by the Videogram Regulatory Board in case of video rental services;
• Occupancy Permit and Ownership, in case of real estate lessor;
• Future commodity merchant/broker’s license issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), for those engaged in the sale of commodities for future transactions as merchant/broker;
• PCSUCIA national license, for those operating security agencies;
• Department of Environmental and Natural Resources (DENR) clearance, in case of Mining;
• LTO franchising and regulatory board, in case of rent-a-car and transport services;
• License to Operate Firearms & Explosive Units (Camp Crame);
• Department of Transportation & Communication (DOTC), in case of messengerial and courier services;
• Energy Regulatory Board (ERB), in case of dealer of LPG;
• National Telecommunications Commission (NTC), in case of telecommunications;
• Philippine Shipper’s Bureau. in case of forwarders; and
• TESDA certification.

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