A quick guide on how to set up a business in the Philippines, from company name registration to registering with SSS, PhilHealth, and Pag-IBIG.
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During the second regular session of the 18th Congress on July 27, Ang Probinsyano Party-List Representative Alfred Delos Santos appealed for local government units (LGUs) and national agencies to spare registration fees for online sellers.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), under the SEC Memorandum Circular (MC) No. 16 Series of 2020, adopts a relaxed set of guidelines on the authentication of Articles of Incorporation in applications for registration of new domestic corporations, promoting an easier process for business registration in the Philippines.
The Ease of Doing Business Act of 2018, or Republic Act 11032, aims to cut excessive red tape and make it easier to start and operate a business in the Philippines.
Business registration is a process businesses must undergo to legally operate in the Philippines. Here are 10 Things to do before registering a business
Here are the Post Registration Requirements for PEZA Registered Entities in the Philippines. Note that before the PEZA issues the Certificate of Available Incentives, PEZA-registered companies have to comply with these post-registration conditions
An open discussion on the proper registration of your business and registration of foreign investments with the Central Bank of the Philippines
Department of Trade & Industry (DTI) – This is the government agency where single proprietorship enterprises register and secure its certificate of registration.