Caloocan extends tax payment to Feb. 5


Caloocan City businessmen and taxpayers have until Feb. 5 to pay their taxes, according to Mayor Oscar Malapitan. He said the extension was in response to the taxpayers’ clamor, particularly the businessmen, for additional time to pay the correct taxes. Last year, the City Council also extended the period of tax payment that usually ends Jan. 20 of every year.



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  1. It is not only Caloocan City that should extend the application of business permit as the procedure now is tedious. The applicant should get an application form fro the city or municipality requiring the applicant a barangay clearance. Then you will pay for the application form in the barangay and will be required to get an approval from the Homeowner’s Association or to your signature approval of neighbors in your front, back and two sides and the association president. The problem is if you are not a resident of where your business is located, you have to go there before 6 am or after 8:30 pm as most of the signatories leave their house before 6 am and arrived after 8:30 pm due to traffic. This signatures alone will take you four days, This year, the start of the working day of all government offices was Jan. 4 and businessmen are required to get their permit within two weeks after the star of the year.
    I hope that the City will have a One Stop Shop at the city hall where businessmen can secure a homeowner’s permit, barangay permit and business permit without leaving the city hall premises in ONE STOP SHOP ANDALL PAYMENTS IN ONE DAY or require only the Homeowners and barangay Permit once, not for RENEWAL OF BUSINESS PERMIT.