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Paranaque extends business tax payment deadline 

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The Paranaque City Business Permit and Licensing Office (BPLO) moved the deadline of business tax payments for the third quarter to July 21, according to a report by Philippine News Agency.

According to Mayor Edwin Olivarez, the city government made the move to give way to the celebration of Eid’l Adha on July 20, which was declared by President Duterte as a regular holiday.

Olivarez called on the taxpayers to make their payments on or before July 21 to avoid being charged with 2% penalty and 25% surcharge.

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Atty. Melanie Malaya, head of the BPLO, encouraged taxpayers to pay thru online via app.bploparanaque.com to avoid long lines.


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