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Relocating; not to renew permit?

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1 Relocating; not to renew permit? on Mon Jan 23, 2012 11:17 pm

TheGame


Arresto Menor
Hello! I'm glad I stumbled upon the site. Great site, very helpful..

What if I’m going to be relocating my business out of Pasig say February/March, is it ok if I don’t renew my permit in Pasig since I’m going to apply for a new one in the area I’m relocating to?

To be honest I'm just trying to tone down the cost (& the hassle!). Figured since I'm moving out might as well use the funds for the new application?

Thanks in advance Atty!

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2 Re: Relocating; not to renew permit? on Sat Jan 28, 2012 9:10 am

attyLLL


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technically, you are supposed to still renew because you will be operating part of the year, and there is a process and forms to fill up to end your business.


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3 Re: Relocating; not to renew permit? on Mon Feb 06, 2012 12:18 am

TheGame


Arresto Menor
Is there a "but" or "however"? lol

I mean, what IF I don't properly end my business, & just went & transferred anyway?

Thanks for the reply Atty!

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4 Re: Relocating; not to renew permit? on Fri Feb 10, 2012 10:06 pm

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the risk is that they can go after you for unpaid business tax. they do for big payers. no guarantee they won't with small ones.


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