Anyone wanting to start a business selling tangible goods in the Golden State must obtain a California seller’s permit. But if you’re planning to start a company, you may be unsure which kinds of goods are considered to be tangible. We clarify the ins and outs of selling tangible goods in California.
It’s true that those who plan to sell or lease tangible personal property in California are required by law to have a seller’s permit—but holding a CA seller’s permit also has several benefits to the person who is ready to start and grow a business.
The sale of tangible goods in the state of California isn’t legal without a California seller’s permit, but many entrepreneurs looking to start an online business here wonder if this permit is a requirement for virtual storefronts. We take a look at the rules surrounding seller permits for online companies.
Those planning to do business in California may wonder whether or not they’ll need a CA seller’s permit or another license. Some types of businesses do require a permit to conduct business legally, but not all of them need one. Here’s what you need to know about having a business in the state of California.
If you’re looking to start a business, you’ll need to ensure you have the right licensing in place first. Otherwise, you could be in for some unexpected costs in the form of fines and late fees.
Having a child care service can be fulfilling, challenging, and rewarding work. However, before you can do anything else, you must be aware of the basic laws surrounding child care services in California. Here’s what you need to know about getting a Los Angeles business license, insurance, and more.
Starting a business is an exciting adventure. Amidst all the excitement, it’s easy to overlook some of the mundane tasks involved – like applying for a business license.
Trust is a major buying consideration for many customers, especially as more businesses move their operations online. While earning a customer’s trust can be a gradual process, joining the BBB instantly and effectively proves that your business is worth trusting.
Running a home-based business means having to be able to keep track of all expenses such as your seller’s permit purchase and business supplies, as well as your business income. Knowing how to keep and maintain these important records will make it much easier at tax time.
Opening a new business in the state of Texas is not so difficult with the resources and help available to new business owners. Texas is friendly to startups and obtaining the necessary forms and licenses, including a Texas resale certificate, is easy.
This step-by-step guide to owning a business in the Lone Star State will walk you through the process and help you get started in the fastest and most effective way. Let’s begin!