A Mayor’s Permit is a license issued by a Mayor for a company for the operation of its business under its jurisdiction. This permit is renewable every year and the deadline for the renewal is before the end of January of each year.
How to Get a Mayor’s Permit in the Philippines?
All businesses are required to get a business permit or mayor’s permit from the Local Government Unit (LGU) in the Philippines. This is required as you will be setting up a business in the LGU’s area of governance.
Having a business permit proves that you have a legitimate business recognized by the local government. And of course, this gives confidence for your customers to transact with your business. This is essential especially for small to medium businesses (SMEs). With a business permit, you can transact with large institutions such as banks.
The steps are depending on your LGU (especially now with COVID-19 protocols). To make things easier for you, we simplified it for you to get a general idea. Here are the steps:
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