Step by Step Process on Registering your Food Kiosk Business in the Philippines

 Step by Step Process on Registering your Food Kiosk Business in the Philippines

Step by Step Process on Registering your Food Kiosk Business in the PhilippinesStep 1: Go to any DTI office or apply online to register your business name.

Requirement:  Any valid ID

Fee: P500 (Municipal level)

Processing time:  1 hour

 

Step 2: Go to City/Municipal hall to get business permit (includes barangay permit).

Requirements:

DTI certificate

Lease contract (if renting) or tax declaration (if you own the place)

Photo of your business location

2×2 ID picture

Fee: P4,000 (approx.)

Processing time: 2-3 hours (but issuance of business permit is 1 week)

 

Step 3: Go to Office of the Treasurer for BMBE* Application

Requirements:

DTI certificate

Business Permit

Fee: P1,000

Processing time: 30 minutes

The LGU shall issue the Certificate of Authority and effective for a period of two (2) years, renewable for a period of two (2) years for every renewal.

 

Step 4: Go to BIR office to get TIN/Certificate.

Requirements:

DTI certificate

Mayor’s Permit

Lease Contract (if renting) or tax declaration (if you own the place)

Fee: P500

Processing time: 1-2 hours

 

*BMBE or Barangay Micro-Business Enterprise (BMBE) Act of 2002 (RA 9178)  is engaged in production, processing or manufacturing of products as well as trading and services with a total assets of not more than 3 million. Some of the benefits are exemption from taxes and fees, and exemption from the coverage of minimum wage law.

 

**As per DoF Department Order No. 3105 – Simplifying the documentation requirement for registration of BMBEs with asset of P300,000 or less – dated December 16, 2005

 

Source: http://foodcartlink.com/business-registration-steps/

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