Do I need expensive licenses like doctors and lawyers?
Thankfully, you do not need law school or medical school related licenses to run a barbershop business. These licenses in part five of the series are not meant to address the needs of professional company owners such as; insurance brokers, lawyers, doctors and the like. If you are not someone creating a business within the professional ranks, you can proceed with the rest of this post. The licenses will be based on what the average business owners need at the local, state and federal levels.
What are the local licenses you need for your new LLC?
Since I am representing local Miami businesses in this post, I will speak on what licenses Miami entrepreneurs need. The best thing you can do to stay legit with your business is by going to your local courthouse and find out what local business licenses you need. [bctt tweet=”The best thing you can do to stay legit with your business is by going to your local courthouse and find out what local business licenses you need. ” username=”magnitax”]For Miami entrepreneurs here are the local licenses you must have to take advantage of the opportunities your licenses provides:
State Licenses you will need for your new LLC?
Within the state of Florida, operating a restaurant or e-commerce store; you will need to provide the state with sales and use tax on a monthly basis. Depending on your state, they may have different ways to calculate and receive and send your state the taxes on goods, real estate and more. The best thing to do is research your Department of Revenue and find out the dates
Federal certifications and licenses for your new LLC
In future posts, we will break down the respective licenses you will need to operate your business at the government level. At this time, we will skip it as it is not needed for the average business owner. If you need to reach out to an accountant, Shngli has a network of accountants and tax professionals waiting to assist you.
How the LLC without expensive attorney fees series is structured to benefit you?
The series created by Jean-Désir Fils is structured as seven separate blog posts. Each post will break down the steps needed to form your LLC without an expensive attorney fee. This series will not go into details for your state; you will follow the links of your respective state to do so in detail. The series includes a downloadable checklist that will ensure you remain on track to succeed no matter your level of business know how. Check out the remaining two posts in the series here: