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Step 1:

Obtaining a Business Filing

Business Filing - most city, county and state governments require business owners to File Your Business. You can file a dba doing business as certificate instead because you either have to file the dba, form an llc or File Your Business as a corporation.

In some cases, in addition to the state Business Filing, the federal government may also require you to get special Business Filing Papers, depending on the type of business or your business location business.

Step 2:

Business Filing

All businesses need a business license, though it can be the same as a Business tax Filing - however, you need a business certificate and you can form an llc to File Your Business instead of getting a dba business name certificate.

Your corporation name is the same as the dba business name. This is a general Business Filing that allows you, as the Business owner, the dom of operating a File ed corporate business.

Sales Tax Business Filing Papers Business Filing require a sales tax Filing or seller's license for all retail businesses. This allows you to buy wholesale and charge sales tax to customers on items purchased. You need to pay these taxes to Business Filing and that is where you use your Sales Tax Business Filing.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATION:

 

State Business Filing

State law requires businesses that provide certain products or services to get a state Business Filing. Some businesses are also required to get business permits because businesses must meet certain Business Filing legal requirements, such as pet clinics, restaurants and other establishments that serve alcohol.

To obtain a Business Filing Business Filing: Get to the Business Filing Business Filing requirement information and online application for your type of business. Submit the Business Filing online application and we will file it, or help you file it.
Home Occupation License If your business is home-based, Business Filing requires that you obtain a home occupation license and/ or a business license.

Step 1 - RECORDING NEW BUSINESS ENTITIES

As discussed, you will need a certificate recorded for your legal business structure. That is usually an one page document that has to be officially filed with the appropriate government agency.

After obtaining the government stamped certificate, you will have to obtain an EIN and a business license under that legal structure. If an LLC, then file the license and EIN under the LLC.

Step 2 - File ING ALL BUSINESSES FOR TAX & EMPLOYER PURPOSES

In addition to the licenses, you will need to obtain a state employer Id if you are an employer, and a sales tax ID ( seller's Permit) if you need to buy wholesale or collect sales tax.


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