Details here are based on my renewal experience for the year 2016, these are not absolute and requirements written here may vary depending on what type of business you're into.
- Secure a new Barangay Clearance.
- Pay your dues in Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) - Monthly Percentage Tax, if applicable.
- Pay BIR Registration Fee, use Form 605. You can file this online and pay thru BIR accredited banks. Php 500.00
- Go to your Barangay BPLO Category and get Application Form (with Notary). Php 50.00
- BPLO 2BPLO 3BPLO 4Bagong IlogButingMaybungaBambangKalawaanPinedaCanioganKatipunanRosarioKapasiganOrandoSta. LuciaMalinaoPinagbuhatanPalatiwSan JoaquinSagadSan MiguelSan JoseSan NicolasSta. RosaSta. CruzSto. TomasSumilangUgong 1Fill up form and attach requirements:- previous year's ITR/Financial Statement- monthly/quarterly VAT payments- breakdown of gross income for the previous year/s - consolidated- cedula/CTC- new barangay clearance- previous Mayor's/Business Permit w/ receipts of paymentItems below are for those who haven't submitted theirs when they applied for a new business permit in the previous year:- 1x1 picture of the owner- location map (should be from Google Maps)- facade of business establishment
- Get assessment.
- Go to Treasury for Signature and payment. Amount to be paid varies, it depends on your gross income.
- Go to the One-Stop-Shop for Fire, CENRO and Sanitary Permit.
- bring the original and photocopy from the previous year
- pay the penalty, if there are any
If there are still lacking requirements, the BPLO will inform you right away - since they won't be able to print your permit. You need to go to the respective office which marked you "ON HOLD" and have it untagged in their records.
It took me two (2) days to finish everything because I filed them near the extended deadline. It might be better to renew your permits earlier since the staff there said there are lesser people during the first two weeks of January.
Good luck! :)