Local Revenue Code
Provincial Ordinance No. 072
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER IV. PERMIT AND REGULATORY FEES, ARTICLE B. SECRETARY’S FEES, OF THE 2004 REVISED REVENUE CODE OF THE PROVINCE OF CAVITE)
- Getting Started
- Industrial Estates / Economic Zones
- Cost of Doing Business
- Minimum Wage
- Schedule of Market Value
- BPO Companies
Starting a Business
Planning to start a business? Check here some of the useful links such as Registration of Business Name / Single Proprietorship, Securing Tax Identification Number (TIN) and more.
Cavite Investment Incentives Code
List of incentives for both the Philippine Board of Investments (BOI) and the Philippine Economic Zones Authority (PEZA).
Local Revenue Code
The Local Revenue Code is a reflection of the local tax policy of the LGU. It should be in consonance with the Constitutional mandate and founded on a solid legal basis.
Operating Economic Zones
According to PEZA, it is the same as Proclaimed Economic Zone which is an area which was granted PEZA status by virtue of a Presidential Proclamation pursuant to Republic Act No. 7916.
Proclaimed Economic Zones
An ecozone with Presidential Proclamation wherein said ecozone can start to market itself and look for potential investors.
Development Economic Zones
Development in progress, the industrial estates / ecozones which are not yet proclaimed and are still in the process of completing important documentary requirements.
Cost of Doing Business
Inside this page are some of the important details and numbers if you are planning to do business in Cavite.
The daily minimum wage rates of each city and municipality in the province of Cavite.
Schedule of Market Value
Here are base unit values for all kinds of real properties (except machinery) prepared by local assessors as basis for appraisal and assessment of properties for real property tax purposes of cities and municipalities in Cavite.
Provincial Ordinance No. 2009-005