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Can Anyone Obtain a Sellers Permit

Can Anyone Obtain a Sellers Permit


Q: Who must obtain a seller's permit?  Can Anyone Obtain a Sellers Permit?


A:If you are in business in any particular state, you need to get a seller's permit for that state.


So long as you have a location, representatives, agents or canvassers in any particular state, and you sell tangible products you need a seller's permit for that state.


Tangible products are products that ANYONE can touch, such as furniture or any other concrete substance. The requirement applies to any business whatever the form.


So, for example, if you are a sole proprietor, a partnership or a corporation / LLC, you need to get a seller's permit.


Note that if all the conditions above apply and you also just do temporary sales in that state you still need a temporary license for that state.



WHERE TO OBTAIN

Where I Can Go Obtain A Seller's Permit?

You can obtain it here online.

FEES?

Pricing Starts @ $39 depending on the state your business is located.

HOW LONG?

How Long does it take? Most states: 1-3 days.

LEGITIMATE BUSINESS?

Are you a legitimate company? We have in business since 1999. We have a BBB profile and a rating of A+.

SECURE?



YES, CERTIFY ONLINE ON - CLICK ON THE MCAFEE ICON

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Here are the key permits and licenses you need to start a business:

Choose a Business Structure

  • Decide if you will operate as a sole proprietorship, partnership, LLC, corporation, etc.
  • Register Your Business

  • Register your official business name or form an LLC if applicable
  • Obtain federal and state tax IDs like an EIN, sales tax permit, etc.
  • Comply with Regulations

  • Obtain any required licenses and permits for your industry and location
  • Make sure your business location meets zoning, health codes and other rules
  • Open Business Bank Accounts

  • Set up separate business checking, savings, credit card accounts
  • Get Your Accounting in Order

  • Choose an accounting system to handle bookkeeping, taxes, invoices, etc.
  • Insure Your Business

  • Obtain a general liability policy at minimum. Other insurance as needed.
  • Develop Your Brand

  • Create a brand strategy, business name, logo, marketing materials
  • Registering formally, following regulations, separating finances, and branding effectively will help set

    up your business for success. Let me know if you need any specifics for your type of business!



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