Registering a business in the Philippines makes faster
To register a business you must need to know the following below.
1. You must have to complete this requirement from (DTI) Department of trade and industry certificate of business name registration, you will need to process the following: at least 18 years old, you must submit proof of citizenship such as birth certificate, PRC id, voters id, passport. A processing fee of 150 plus 15 pesos documentary stamp.
2. Barangay/municipality/regional clearance (depending on the scale and scope of intended operation) it would be a very busy day for you but you must do this because you will regret it after someone reported you that you have not yet completed the clearance but you already running you business.
3. A business permit from mayors office, of course! It will be a big problem then. Such a good thing to do because you will not just do this for completion but also to meet the mayor, are you not excited!?
4. Business tax identification number (TIN) the mayor's office is just behind from it, the same place from the Capitol.
Ensure full and legal operation of your business through proper registration, whether you're starting on the online store, a neighborhood shop, or building on office, the first step is to register your business with the department of trade and industry, bureau of internal revenue, and social security system.
You can download pertinent application forms by registering on the Philippines business registry (PVR) website. Yeah! That's just a simple finger click on registering if you don't like too many busy time.
For now, this page list down the requirements and procedures involved in registering sole-proprietorship.