Income Classification by Municipality and City

Bohol Province

2005 & 2008

Income Classification 2005 2008
Number of Municipalities/City%List of Municipalities/City Number of Municipalities/City % List of Municipalities/City
1st Class12%Talibon36%Talibon, Tubigon, Ubay
2nd Class24%Carmen, Ubay24%
Carmen, Loon
3rd Class48% Inabanga, Loon, Tubigon, Tagbilaran City (City Category)715% Calape, Inabanga, Getafe, Jagna, Sierra Bullones, Trinidad, Tagbilaran City (City Category)
4th Class2246% Alicia, Antequera, Balilihan, Bilar, Buenavista, Calape, Candijay, Catibian, Danao, Dauis, Garcia Hernandez, Getafe, Guindulman, Jagna, Mabini, Panglao, Pilar, Sagbayan, San Miguel, Sierra Bullones, Trinidad, Valencia2450% Alicia, Antequera, Baclayon,  Balilihan, Bien Unido, Bilar, Buenavista,  Candijay, Catigbian, Danao, Dauis, Dimiao, Duero, Garcia Hernandez, Guindulman, Loboc, Mabini, Maribojoc, Panglao, Pilar, Pres. Carlos P. Garcia, Sagbayan, San Miguel, Valencia
5th Class1940% Alburquerque, Anda, Baclayon, Batuan,  Bien Unido, Clarin, Corella, Cortes, Dagohoy, Dimiao, Duero, Lila, Loay, Loboc, Maribojoc, Pres. Carlos P. Garcia, San Isidro,  Sevilla, Sikatuna1225% Alburquerque, Anda, Batuan, Clarin, Corella, Cortes, Dagohoy, Lila, Loay, San Isidro, Sevilla, Sikatuna

Reference Table

Income Classification of Municipalities (2005 and 2008)

2005 (2000-2003) 2008 (2004-2007)
1st Class P50 Million or more 1st Class
P55 Million or more
2nd Class P40 Million or more but less than P502nd Class
P45 Million or more but less than P55
3rd Class
P30 Million or more but less than P40
3rd Class P35 Million or more but less than P45
4th Class
P20 Million or more but less than P30
4th Class
P25 Million or more but less than P35
5th Class P10 Million or more but less than P205th Class P15 Million or more but less than P25
6th Class Below P10 Million6th ClassBelow P15 Million

Income Classification of Cities (2005 and 2008)

2005 (2000-2003) 2008 (2004-2007)
1st Class
P 300 M or more
1st ClassP400 Million or more
2nd Class P 240 M or more but less than P 300 M 2nd ClassP320 Million or more but less than P400
3rd Class
P 180 M or more but less than P 240 M
3rd ClassP240 Million or more but less than P320
4th Class P 120 M or more but less than P 180 M 4th ClassP160 Million or more but less than P240
5th Class
P 60 M or more but less than P 120 M
5th ClassP80 Million or more but less than P160
6th Class Below P 60 M 6th ClassBelow P80 Million

Sources:
2000-2003 (2005)– Bureau of Local Government Finance – Memorandum Circular No. 01-M(29)-05 and Department of Finance Department Order No.20-05 Effective July 29, 2005
2004-2007 (2008)- Bureau of Local Government Finance – Memorandum Circular No. 01-M(15)-08 and Department of Finance Department Order No.23-08 Effective July 29, 2008

4 thoughts on “Income Classification by Municipality and City”

  1. Is it possible to have an electronic (scanned) copy of BLGF Memo Circular Nos. 01-M(29)-05 and 01-M(15)-08?

    I am doing some research on this. Unfortunately these are not available online and I have problems getting responses from the BLGF itself.

    Thanks a lot.

    Sincerely,

    Nelson

    Reply
    • Hi Nelson,

      We have uploaded the memo here in our website so you can download it from the link below. We hope you’ll find it very useful for your purpose, for the development of Bohol and the betterment of the Boholano people.

      BLGF Memo

      Reply
    • The income classification of 2008 is still the latest. Unlike before wherein it is the Bureau of Local Government Finance who sets the income classification, it is now the Congress that sets this. Until now, no updated income classification yet. For your research, you can still use the 2008 income classification, which is still the official for now. Although LGU have already increased their incomes and revenue collection compared to the 2008 levels…

      Thank you for your interest.

      Reply

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