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Aguinaldo Treasury registers 497 business owners during BOSS


Aguinaldo, Ifugao – A total of 497 establishments registered to either start or continue their operations in Aguinaldo, Ifugao since the opening of Business One-Stop-Shop (BOSS) on Jan. 11 to its end day, Jan. 23, 2023.


The figure is higher by 45 percent, as compared to the 343 who registered or renewed in the same period last year.

In line with the implementation of Republic Act No. 11032 or the Ease of Doing Business Law, the Aguinaldo government established a venue in Ubao and at the Municipal Training Center where services of the different agencies are available to cater to the needs of those who will renew or secure new permits.


The local treasury scheduled a particular day for business owners in each village – Jan. 11 to 14 for those in Halag, Itab, Posnaan, Ubao, and Chalalo; Jan. 16 for Monggayang and Butac; Jan. 17 for Awayan, Damag, and Jacmal; Jan. 18 for Bunhian, Ta-ang and Talite; and Jan. 19 for Galonogon, Majlong, and Buwag.


As its strategy to encourage business owners to register or renew on time, the Municipal Treasury Office provided freebies, given on a first come, first served basis.

Registration, renewal still ongoing – with surcharge


Since the BOSS already ended on Friday, a surcharge will be added to the fees of those who will register or renew their establishments.


The office informed late to secure permits will be penalized with a 25% surcharge for Mayor’s permit and business tax.


In addition, such businesses will pay 2% interest on their business tax monthly.


Mayor Gaspar B. Chilagan Jr. and officers of Aguinaldo town extended their appreciation to responsible establishment owners who were able to renew and register on time and encouraged them to sustain their good practice.


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