The Community Tax
Certificate (CTC) popularly known as residence certificate, is usually
used for documentation purposes. It is required to be
presented every time an individual acknowledges any document before
a notary public; takes the oath of office upon election or
appointment to any position in the government service; receives any
license, certificate, or permit from any public authority; pays any
tax or fees; receives any money from any public fund; transacts
other official business; or receives any money from any public fund.
Every resident of legal age of the Municipality is required to
secure this certificate yearly. The basic community tax fee is five pesos.
person is working, an additional one peso for every 1,000 pesos of
his gross annual income is added. This is secured during the first
month of the year. If the Community Tax is not paid within the
first quarter of the year, an interest is added to the basic fee.
Income generated from this are usually added to
finance local programs and projects of the Municipality.
Procedures for securing a Community Tax Certificate
Approach any personnel at the
Office of the Municipal Treasurer.
They will be the one to prepare for you
your Community Tax Certificate (CTC).
Provide data of the following:
- Date and Place of your
- Sex, Civil Status,
Weight and Height
- Tax Identification
Pay the necessary
payment for your Community Tax
Certificate computed at P5.00 basic tax
and additional P1.00 for every P1,000.00
gross receipts or earnings derived from
business during the preceding year,
additional P1.00 for every P1,000.00
salaries or gross receipt or earnings
derived from exercise of profession or
pursuit of any occupation and additional
P1.00 for every P1,000.00 income from
real property. Bear in mind that
additional community tax shall not
Sign and affix your right thumb
print on the space provided on your CTC.
original copy of your Community Tax