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Steps in Registration of Manpower Agency

What is the first step in putting up a manpower agency?

I. Register your business name with Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) for sole
proprietorship and to Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) for partnerships or
corporations.

Department of Trade Industry

a. Go to DTI website and click to the Online Services, agree with terms and conditions of the
Department.

b. In the Business Name Registration, under propose business you may choose between the National,
Regional, City/Municipality and Barangay.

National Regional, City/Municipality Barangay

P 2,000 P 1,000 P 500 P 200

*Total fees to include Php 15 documentary stamp tax (DST)

c. You may now decide of what business name you like to register ( e.g. Prime Manpower Agency Inc,.),
check the availability of such name and the system will reserve the Business Name for five (5) days only.
Failure to pay the necessary fees within the said period will result to the removal of the reserved business
name.

d. Applicant who wants to reserve a business name is advised to have a several alternatives. It is fairly
common that first choice cannot be registered because: (a) it is already reserved, or (b) it is similar or
confusingly similar to an existing business name. The Proposed Business Name should be descriptive as
well as distinctive.

e. Secure a copy of owner’s government Identification such as Postal I.D, SSS, Driver’s license or passport
attached it to the Business Name form which is to be printed upon filling-up online with tracking number
to be submitted to the DTI branch/offices personally or through owner’s representative.

f. wait for the issuance of certification coming from the DTI, upon acquiring such DTI certificate of
registration, you may now proceed and register to Local Government Unit such as Barangay and Mayor’s
Office.

II. Secure a barangay clearance from the nearest office where the prospective
address of the business is situated (e.g. San Antonio, Pasig City).
a. Go to the nearest barangay where your business is situated secure and fill-up
such application

b. Submit such application form together with the Certificate of Business


Registration from DTI, Two (2) valid IDs from the government and a proof of
address such as Contract of Lease (if deemed rented) or Title ( if owned).

c. Upon the completion of the entire requirement you may claim your Barangay
Certificate of Business Registration.

III. Registration of you business in the Mayor’s Office

a. Go to the municipal office where your business is situated to secure and fill-up
form.

b. Submit the completed application form with Certificate of Business Registration


coming from the DTI, Barangay Clearance Certificate, Two (2) Valid IDs from the
government and proof of Address such as Contract of Lease ( if deemed rented)
or Certificate of Land Title ( if owned)

c. Upon completion you may now claim your Mayor’s Business Permit and
Licenses.

When you already got all the certificate and permits from DTI and LGUs ( Barangay and Mayor’s
Office), you may now register to the Bureau of Internal Revenue(BIR).

IV. Register your business in the Bureau of Internal of Revenue

a. Go to the nearest Regional District Office (RDO) where your business is situated.

b. Fill-up the BIR form of 1901 – Application for registration (Sole Proprietor)

d. Submit the completed registration form together with Certificate of Business


Registration coming from the DTI, Barangay Clearance Certificate, Mayor’s
Business permit, Two (2) Valid IDs from the government and proof of Address
such as Contract of Lease ( if deemed rented) or Certificate of Land Title ( if
owned)

c. Pay the Registration form (BIR Form 0605)

d. Register your book of accounts and receipts/invoices

e. Claim your Certificate of Registration ( BIR Form 2303)