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Cost of Doing Business

The basic costs of doing business are mostly similar in Metro Manila. What would be distinct would be real estate costs, which are relatively lower in Quezon City, compared to office spaces in Makati or Ortigas Center in Pasig City.

Securities & Exchange Commission

For stock corporations, the filing fee is 1/5 of 1% of the Authorized capital stock, or the subscription price of the subscribed capital stock, whichever is higher, but not less than P1,000 plus legal research fee (LRF)

 

For non-stock corporations, filing fee of Php 500 plus LRF, plus additional requirements for foundations, religious corporations, condominium corporations and others

 

For partnerships, 1/5 of 1% of the partnership’s capital but not less than PHP 1,000 plus LRF

 

Department of Trade and Industry

Application fees ranging from Php 315 to Php 515, for single proprietorships

 

FEES TO AVAIL OF INCENTIVES

Board of Investments

Fees to be paid to register for incentives availment, from Php 1,500 to P6,000, depending on project costs

 

Fee for certificate of registration of 1/10th of 1% of project cost but not less than Php 3,000 and not to exceed Php 15,000

 

 

Phil. Eco. Zone Authority

Registration fees ranging from PHP 1,200 to Php 6,000, depending on reason for application

 

Processing fees to avail of incentives, of Php 1,200, for endorsement of 5% gross income tax and tax holiday and Php 1,200 for ITH entitlement












Businesses registered with the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) are entitled to a holiday from income tax and local taxes for four to eight years. After that, they are subject to 5% tax on gross income (sales less direct costs) in lieu of all local and national taxes.

To avail of the incentives offered by PEZA an enterprise must register with PEZA and locate their operation in one of the zones. PEZA registrants must generally be export-oriented, with enterprises located inside the zones required to export 100% of their production. In some cases PEZA may approve the sale of up to 30% of production in the domestic market. Full foreign ownership of a PEZA enterprise is allowed provided they are not engaged in activities that appear on the Foreign Investment Negative List. PEZA approval and specific incentives granted are on a case by case basis. Applicants must supply an application for providing information on capital structure, nationality of investors and a feasibility report in accordance with a PEZA prescribed format. Applicants should then expect fast turnaround once the application is submitted.


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GPPB Submission and Posting Requirements Important
Adopting a Registry System for Submission and Recording of Eligibility Requirements (INFRA)
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Resolution No. 013R - Registry System 2014
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IMPORTANT

BID BULLETIN - No. 21 2014 New

BID BULLETIN - No. 16 2014
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Brgy Damar- Invitation to Bid New

1st Quarter 2014 - INFRA
June 2014 - INFRA New
May 2014 - INFRA

October 2014 - GOODS New
September 2014 - GOODS

August 2014 - GOODS

July 2014 - GOODS

Purchase Order (PO) - GOODS 4th Quarter 2013

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Bid Results

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Bid results (GOODS) -
1st-3rd Quarter 2013
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Abstract of Bids

Abstract of Bid as Calculated (GOODS) 3rd Quarter 2013

Abstract of Bid as Calculated (GOODS)
2nd Quarter 2013

Abstract of Bid as Calculated (GOODS)
1st Quarter 2013

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List of Notice of Awards

PO-NOA (GOODS) Q1 2014
PO-NOA (INFRA) 2014

Notice of Award (INFRA) 1st Quarter 2014  - Updated

Notice of Award (GOODS) 3rd Quarter -
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Awards Notice Abstract (INFRA) 2014

Award Notice Abstract - INFRA 2013
Award Notice 2013 - INFRA
Notice of Awards GOODS - Feb-March 2013

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Notice to Commence

Notice to Commence 1st Quarter 2014 

INFRA Resolutions (1st & 2nd Quarter)
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Adoption of registry system 2013

Resolution #12-001R Important

 - "Providing for a Periodic Registration
Under the Registry System for Submission and Recording of Eligibility Requirements"

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