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VALENZUELA LAUNCHES 7 ‘BOSS’ FOR TAX SEASON

VALENZUELA City Mayor Wes Gatchalian has initiated the opening of seven Business One-Stop Shops in a bid to encourage local residents pay their tax obligations near their homes.

The launching coincided with the city government’s intensive promotion of its ‘Paspas Permit’ program, the 10-second business permit application system.

“This system was the city’s commitment to the Ease of Doing Business Law. It allows the issuance of a provisionary business permits within 10 seconds after the payment confirmation,” he said.

Prior to this, the issuance of business permits at the city hall took about 15 to 30 minutes.

The seven BOSS are located at the Alert Center Multipurpose Center Hall in Barangay Malinta, 3S Center in Barangay Ugong, 3S Center in Barangay Punturin, 3S Center in Barangay Karuhatan, 3S Center in Barangay Gen. T. De Leon, 3S Center in Barangay Marulas and 3S Center in Barangay Canumay West.

Just the same, the mayor still encourages all business entities and taxpayers to take advantage of the city’s online payment platforms which is designed to streamline processes and reduce the inconvenience of manual transactions at the City Hall.

Paspas Permit Online can be accessed conveniently through the city website at www.valenzuela.gov.ph.

By clicking on the 3S Plus Valenzuela City Online Services button, users, both new and existing, can create accounts, pay taxes, and engage in various online services provided by the concerned city departments.

Land Use Verification can also be done online, the local government said.

He then urged the taxpayers to meet payment deadlines to avoid a 25% surcharge and 2% interest on fees.

The following deadlines are: January 20, 2024 for the first quarter, April 20, 2024, second quarter, July 20, 2024, third quarter and October 20, 2024, fourth quarter.

The local government said corporations based in the city are reminded to comply with the ordinance or the ‘Mandatory Use of Paspas Permit System for Corporations Ordinance.”

“The city government remains committed to implementing programs that facilitate seamless transactions for all businesses in the city, upholding its reputation as a business-friendly environment,” Gatchalian added.

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