Securing Your DTI and Barangay Business Permits
Here are the steps I’ve taken so far in registering my business to the Philippine government:
*This is for single proprietorship only
1. Get DTI PERMIT – To secure your business name
-Go to the BNRS Web Site and follow the procedures in registering your name online.
-You will receive a reply from DTI-BNRS (Max. of 3 days) telling you to print a form and go to the DTI office nearest to your business establishment.
-Go there along with your Birth Certificate, about 500 PHP (To be sure) and the form they told you to print.
-Wait a few moments and voila! Your DTI Permit shall be presented to you.
2. Get BARANGAY BUSINESS PERMIT – To partly secure your business and location
-Go to the Barangay Hall of the city where your business is located.
-Get a Cedula first, then you must have brought your DTI permit as well as a Homeowner’s Clearance which can be acquired through the homeowner’s association of the place where your business is.
-Submit the necessary requirements and pay the bill (I paid 275 PHP.)
-Wait a few moments and your Barangay Business Permit will be given to you.
That’s it. But take note that there are a few more steps to take if you really want to register your business OFFICIALLY. That includes getting a Mayor’s Permit as well as from BIR, in which they require a hell of a number of certain papers such as sanitary permits, fire, building and fencing, etc. There are lots of forums about it so don’t worry. Google won’t let you down.
Walang Kwenta!ang kailangan ko malaman is magkano ung ung DTI PERMIT!!!!!!
I just said to bring 500php to be sure since it depends on the location of your business -_-
Medyo harsh mag-comment :))
— thanks s info ^_^
No prob! Good luck on your business venture if you’re planning on one :)
i paid Pph 500 for my http://www.bayancars.com.ph. Yes, it will depend on your location and the coverage of your business.