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The City Government of Navotas extended the deadline of renewal of business permit and license for the current year.

Under City Ordinance 2022-05, entrepreneurs in the city are given until January 31, 2022 to settle their business taxes without surcharge, penalty or interest.

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“Many businesses are once again affected by the surge of COVID-19 cases and the extended Alert Level 3 community quarantine in Metro Manila. We intend to give them ample time to renew their business permits and licenses, and pay their taxes,” Mayor Toby Tiangco said.

“The 11-day extension is also in consideration of the safety and wellbeing of all taxpayers.  We want to give them the chance to pay their dues when they are most comfortable to do so,” he added.

Taxpayers may also register or renew their businesses online at https://online.navotas.gov.ph/

Earlier, Navotas granted tax amnesty to individuals and businesses through the General Pandemic Amnesty Program and provided discounts to on-time taxpayers under the Pandemic Recovery Assistance Program.

These programs are part of a series of economic recovery measures implemented by the city government to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 to Navoteño taxpayers.


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