Choosing to run a non-profit business can be a fulfilling and life-changing career move for individuals who want to use their talents to work toward goals other than the bottom line. Whether you are starting a new business and filing for a California seller's permit for the first time, or if you want to reorganize your existing business, understanding the benefits can help you make the right decision for your organization.
A cooperative business, which can vary in type and size, is a private organization owned and operated by those who purchase its products and services. If you’re selling products, a resale license in CA is required. The many types of cooperatives represent industries including agriculture, arts and crafts, credit unions, child care, cleaning services, food, hardware, housing, insurance, and utilities.