Philippines Company Incorporation for Locals or Foreigners. PEZA status office space available.
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Our Fees

FEES for Incorporating a Corporation, Branch Office or a Representative Office

In order to maintain absolute transparency, only charges a fix professional fee to process your company incorporation and to register it with all relevant agency.

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Our professional fees includes

  • Initial Consultation with our Attorney or Corporate Secretary
  • Preparation of By-Laws
  • Preparation of Articles of Incorporation (AOI)
  • Preparation of Other related documents required to have your company incorporated
  • Company Name Search and Reservation
  • Notarization
  • Weekly Update on the status of your Company Incorporation
  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Registration of your Corporation with all necessary local government agencies such as City Hall, tax agencies such as BIR and Social Security System, Philhealth and Pag ibig.

Payment Schedule

Upon confirmation of assigning us to incorporate your company for you, 50% down payment of the professional fee and 100% of the estimated total government fee is required. The balance 50% of the professional fee will only be due when your company is fully incorporated.

Actual government fee and out of pocket expenses are dependant on the paid up capital of your company and is not included in the above quoted professional fee. Click here to view the Estimated Government Fee.

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Frequently Asked Questions

I am a foreigner. Do I really need to put in US$200,000 to incorporate a company here?
Yes, due to the recent tightening of the law, you really need to remit USD200,000 into a Philippines bank account as part of the process to incorporate your company here in the Philippines. The money can be withdrawn after the release of the SEC certificate.
How long does it take to incorporate a company here in the Philippines?
In the Philippines, most people usually break the entire process into 2 parts. Part 1 is to get your company name approved and registered with SEC. This process can be completed within 7 working days. The 2nd part is to get your company registered with the local municipal offices and tax offices. This process will take about 3 - 5 weeks. Most companies may start to operate or prepare to operate once SEC Certificate is obtained.

Estimated Processing Time Line