Muntinlupa rewards early taxpayers
Early taxpayers receive incentives and grocery packages in the 2020 Muntinlupa Business Permit Renewal that will run until January 20, 2020.
Mayor Jaime Fresnedi awarded certificates of recognition and grocery packages to the Top Ten Early Taxpayers in this year’s Business Permit Renewal last January 2. Top Ten Early Taxpayers were the following: Abraham Tiro (Mama Nene Store), Lani Santos (Lito and Lani Food House), Josielyn Delez (E.J.D. Mini Store), Josephine Dejan (FDA Dejan Construction Services), Cesar Bronola Lastrilla (Mercy Salon), Milagros Salvador (Mila and Noli Scrap Woods), Elizabeth Sabalboro (Beth Sari-Sari Store), Ma. Pinky Lynsey (MPLG Begona Trading), Cynthia Olaes (Cynthia’s Sari-Sari Store), and Cherrie Flores (Mini-Mini Store).
Fresnedi thanked the business owners for their punctuality in paying their dues and renewing their businesses in the city. The local exec also urged other locators to avoid penalties and skip “rush days” of registration nearing the deadline.
The 2020 Business Permit Renewal will run from January 2 – 20. Currently, there are 15,708 registered business in the city. The Muntinlupa Business Permits and Licensing Office recorded a significant increase of over 187% in business tax collection over the past seven years.
A One-Stop Shop arrangement in the Business Permit Renewal Hub has been installed in the venue for the convenience of taxpayers. Requirements from Barangay Halls and Regulatory Offices can be acquired in the location of the Renewal as representatives of said agencies will be rendering service simultaneously.
Taxpayers can pay using Debit Cards in the renewal event. Mobile ATMs and a Closed Circuit Television System are also installed across the venue. Business owners registering in the renewal may also access the internet through a free wi-fi connection.
Free shuttle service is provided for clients going to the venue. Pick-up points are located at Muntinlupa City Hall Quadrangle in Putatan and Muntinlupa City Public Market in Alabang.
The list of requirements is posted in Muntinlupa BPLO Facebook page at fb.com/bplo.muntinlupa. For inquiries, you may call the department’s hotline at 8317-9964 or email at email@example.com.
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