Marikina Taxpayers Reprieve from Tax Penalties during COVID-19 Crisis

PIO Department


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Mayor Marcy Teodoro orders tax exemption and waiving the interest rates, tax penalties, and surcharges to property and local business owners in Marikina amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) situation in the country.

Mayor Marcy said on Tuesday, March 17, that there will no interest rates imposed on Real Property Tax or Amilyar for those property owners who are unable to settle their real property tax dues on the set deadline on March 31, 2020.

Meanwhile, there will be no penalty and surcharges as well to all fixed stall owners renting in the Marikina Public Market that are also unable to meet the March 30, 2020 deadline.

The tax exemption from the Local Government of Marikina aims to provide ample time for Marikina taxpayers, aid in their relief, and help them focus on their safety and welfare given the conditions our country is facing today.

Mayor Marcy wants residents to keep safe and remain at home as Malacañang placed Metro Manila in community quarantine from Sunday, March 15 until April 14.

For more information, visit the official Facebook page of the Markina Public Information Office (PIO) -

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