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Imus BPLO tightens noose on delinquent business establishments

IMUS CITY, Cavite (PIA) – The city government here thru its Business Permit and Licensing Office (BPLO) closed down several business establishments in the city as it intensifies its campaign on collection of correct tax payments.

Imus City BPLO Head Jasmin Ramos led the issuance of the closure orders to delinquent business establishments which had not been paying business taxes for the period of their operations.

The following establishments: a 9-door residential apartment in Barangay Anabu 1-C, Wood Works Shop along Aguinaldo Highway in Barangay Anabu 1-E, a hardware in Green Estate Phase 3, Malagasang 1-G, and a 6-door commercial apartment in Barangay Palico 4 were closed for operating without business permits on their record.

Ms. Ramos advised the tenants of the establishments to vacate the place they are renting to avoid any problems in the future.

"Like this residential apartment, matagal na panahon na po ito hindi nagbabayad ng buwis, eh dapat po ay lahat ng bussiness establishment dito sa Imus ay nagbabayad ng taxes," Ramos said.

(Like this residential apartment, it has not been paying taxes for a long time, all business establishments here in Imus should be paying taxes.)

 “I encourage po all the business owners here in the locality to pay their taxes para po hindi tayo magkaroon ng aberya tulad nito," Ramos stated.

The (closed) business establishments may resume operations once they have settled their debts and paid the proper business taxes due to the city government. (RBF/PIA-Cavite)

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