In Marikina: Free Business Tax and Permit Fees for Sari-sari Stores and Carinderia


The Marikina City Government is giving all small Sari-Sari stores and Carinderias relief from Business tax and permit fees!

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Free Business Tax and Permit Fees for Sari-Sari Stores and Carinderia

By virtue of Ordinance 63 Series of 2016 entitled “Ordinance providing for full Business Permit and Business Tax exemption for Sari-Sari Stores and Carinderia in Marikina City, owners of these establishments will not be required to pay for the said tax and fees in 2017.

However, if the Sari-Sari store or Carinderia is selling Cigarettes and/or liquors or has a startup capital of more than Php 10,000, then they are not covered by this ordinance. Meaning, they still have to pay for their business permit and tax.

Free Business Tax and Permit Fees for Sari-Sari Stores and Carinderia

Free Business Tax and Permit Fees for Sari-Sari Stores and Carinderia

Free Business Tax and Permit Fees for Sari-Sari Stores and Carinderia

Free Business Tax and Permit Fees for Sari-Sari Stores and Carinderia

Free Business Tax and Permit Fees for Sari-Sari Stores and Carinderia

Free Business Tax and Permit Fees for Sari-Sari Stores and Carinderia

Image Source: Marikina BPLO

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2 thoughts on “In Marikina: Free Business Tax and Permit Fees for Sari-sari Stores and Carinderia

  1. Then I wonder why I still got a visit from a BPLO inspector last month. My carinderia barely has 10K capitalization and has not even made 1/10 of 180k gross, I sell no cigarettes or liquor, and just opened August 2017 but is closed for business 95% of the week because it’s just strictly a part time business augmentation to our regular income, a past time really for my wife who likes to cook for people once in a while.

    I asked the inspector why he was asking me to pay fees to the City for a carinderia such as mine which is micro-livelihood exemption Class D business in accordance with City Ordinance 63 this 2017, he said (quote) “di ko alam yan, kahit na” was his strange reply.

    Anyway I will be posting this ordinance beside my Barangay and DTI permits in case he comes back.

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