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Starting Monday, May 6, the Securities and Exchange Commission will start accepting the registration of one-person corporations.
Starting Monday, May 6, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will start accepting the registration of one-person corporations (OPC) at its head office in Pasay City. The move comes less than three months after the Republic Act 11232 or the revised corporation code ...
This is a big win for the business community.
People who dare to do business in the country know: registering one’s company with the government sucks. The lines at government offices are long, red tape is rampant, and really, there are just too many forms to fill out. According to the ...
Here’s how much premium contributions to PhilHealth will increase in the next six years.
On February 20, President Rodrigo Duterte signed the monumental Republic Act 11223 or Universal Health Care Act, which seeks to provide every Filipino access to health care services.Under the measure, every Filipino citizen is automatically enrolled in the National Health Insurance Program ...
It’s a win for both parents.
It’s a good day for Filipino parents.President Rodrigo Duterte just signed a law that will provide 105 days of paid maternity leave for employed women in the government and private sectors, seven days of which can be “donated” to fathers of the ...
Good news.
In a monumental move, President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a law that seeks to grant every Filipino access to health care services on Wednesday, February 20.The President had a special signing ceremony in Malacañang to formally affix his signature to the “Universal ...
The Lifetime Cellphone Number Act is just waiting for the President’s signature.
Texting and calling friends and family from another mobile network will soon no longer be an added cost to your monthly mobile plan as a legislative measure seeks to eradicate interconnection fees for good.Once passed into law, the Lifetime Cellphone Number Act ...
Congressmen have been filing bills for the regulation of motorcycles for hire for over a decade.
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has resumed its crackdown of drivers of Angkas, the motorbike-hailing company, starting December 12, Wednesday.This comes after a rollercoaster year for Angkas. The LTFRB initially suspended the company’s operations in November 2017, but was ...
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