YES, you have to THINK about what you want to know and have the iniative to look for yourself Does the word M-O-N-E-Y ring a bell? LOL Decent truck=$25K,INSURANCE(IF you can get written)$15Kper year office= phone lines,computer,faxes,cell ph,files,5-10K.
AFTER you get all that, do you have CLIENTS???? Are there other repo companys servicing your area? You dont want a price war to start with.
LAWS. Do you know them? FDCPA, G-L-B,FCRA, ect.... TITLE STATE: Yes
SECURITY INTERESTS: Shown on title held by lien holder.
LICENSE REGISTRATION: Texas State Department of Transportation, Division of Motor Vehicles, 4000 Jackson Ave., Austin, Texas 78738. Tel.:(512)465-7611.
RECOVERY REQUIREMENT: As per UCC, repossession allowed without committing a breach of the peace.
PLATES: Remain with the vehicle.
If you have more specific questions, email me. Good Luck
You will need a priviliege license from your local government to operate any business. Towing services are subject to local and state regulations with drivers needing special licenses and services needing to be accredited in most cases.
Most of the time the trailers that you are able to rent are under the size limit that is required for special licensing. If you need something larger then you might need to get an additional license.
Corporate accounts are used to provide special services for company clients. A business would operate corporate accounts to provide certain services to small, medium our large company clients.
First, check with marine authority in your area. Different municipalities have a variety of requirements regarding the operation of any business. You may need a special permits or licenses, and you will require clearance by the US Coast Guard, as well as ample insurance coverage.
It depends on the state laws. Some state limit the sale of liquor to special, state-run stores, while other states issue licenses to allow retailers to sell liquor alongside other merchandise. Selling beer and wine also requires a special license, again, depending on the state. Licenses are controlled and limited. There are restrictions about how many licenses can be issued in a particular area, within what distance a school, etc.
No, you don't need a special insurance or licenses to open a bed and breakfast. You can read about how to start one at www.fabjob.com/BedAndBreakfast.asp
Most use diving license, but no other major licenses are needed.
How have engineers designed spacecraft to operate in the special conditions of space
General agencies, such as Dun and Bradstreet, collect information on a range of business enterprises nationwide, while special agencies limit their coverage to one or a few business areas and may operate either nationally or locally.
You do need a business license to open a Hair salon. Salon owners must apply for and receive licensing before they can operate their business.
none are neccisary.
Go to the BATFE website. All requirments are listed.
In most states you will need a business license to sell atvs from your home. You may also need special licenses depending on local laws since you are selling vehicles with fuel in them stored in your home.
Most states have special laws for mopeds under 50cc's. Some states require special licenses, while others require no license at all.
I honestly don't know
General agencies, such as Dun and Bradstreet, collect information on a wide range of business enterprises nationwide. Special agencies limit their coverage to one or few business areas and may operate nationally or locally
hi i am wanting to know what the legal requirments for secondary schools for children with special needs please can you help
The company BT Broadband Talk offers products and services to people who operate their own business, be it small business or large business. One of these services is, the access to both a phone line and broadband service with a 3 month special offer which is free of monthly pay.
They do need a Nascar license in order to drive a stockcar or truck.
None. You can start out in astronomy with a relatively small telescope, and no licenses are required.
Single proprietorship is the simplest form of business its the sole business of one person who chooses to provide a service or product for consumption for profit. The first steps is research your region you plan to operate- you may find that your market is flooded and may not support your business. Organizing operational capital usually one year's living expense, and operational expense of the business (set up a business bank account, may require a IRS ID for the business) Yes, you also must consider - marketing expense, office or location expense, equipment or supplies and insurance pending the nature of the business. Second draw up an article of operations -(business name, proposition of how the business is conducted, business plan, Business Address and etc.) Third file this plan immediately with local clerks office for a DBA, prior to application of business license as this will enable you time to operate your business till you discover any changes you need to make such as business name already registered - apply for a business ID with the IRS, then file for your state corporation commission with duplicates of your DBA, Article of operations and etc. Pending the region or state the filing averages $10- $50 and state business filings is $25 and up. Other considerations: the type of business you choose to operate may require special licenses, inspections, certifications all costing fees. Please note there is also options for funding (very low interest loans or grants) via the Small Business Administration (SBA) - they will provide a host of resources and/or mentor programs. Research for finding competition levels via the Chamber of Commerce & (SBA).