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Types of Business Licenses

Corporation
Corporation

A business license is a permit or registration required by the federal, state, county, or local government to conduct business. Besides the basic operating permits, business owners should investigate other possible licensing requirements based on their location and industry.

General Partnership
General Partnership

According to Business.gov, every business requires at least one license and/or permit to operate legally. Naturally, some of these are specific to the type of business you own. Licenses may also vary according to the state, county and/or city where the business operates.

Hybrid Business
Hybrid Business

an expert, maybe yes, but in most cases: no. Hybrid licensing requires a thorough insight into the terms and conditions of all licenses and contracts involved. It even goes one step further, since hybrid licensing is a great opportunity to redefine the business in terms of cost-effectiveness and new prospects. Hybrid licensing and Microsoft CSP

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Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Limited Liability Company (LLC)

Simply put, an LLC is the least complex business structure. Unlike an s corp or c corp, the structure of an LLC is flexible. Starting an LLC also gives you the perk of pass-through taxes, limited liability (obviously), and legal protection for your personal assets. Plus the added benefit of looking more legit than the other guys.

Limited Liability Limited Partnership (LLLP)
Limited Liability Limited Partnership (LLLP)

A limited liability limited partnership (LLLP) is a type of partnership that is very similar to a limited liability partnership (LP) in that it has two types of partners, general partners and limited partners. Unlike an LP, however, the general partners in an LLLP have some liability protection.

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Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)

Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) Similar to an LLC, a limited liability partnership (LLP) contains elements both of partnerships and corporations. In an LLP, one partner cannot be held liable for another partner’s misconduct or negligence.

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Limited Partnership
Limited Partnership

According to Business.gov, every business requires at least one license and/or permit to operate legally. Naturally, some of these are specific to the type of business you own. Licenses may also vary according to the state, county and/or city where the business operates.

Manufacturing Business
Manufacturing Business

Before you start a manufacturing business, you will want to obtain the required licenses and permits from federal, state and local government. Licensing and permit requirements for small businesses can vary, so contact your state and local government to determine the specific obligations of your new business.

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Merchandising Business
Merchandising Business

A merchandising business will generally buy their products from a wide range of distributors domestically and internationally and market their products in huge consumer shopping facilities.

Nonprofit Corporation
Nonprofit Corporation

Review the steps to determine if you need to obtain a Basic Business License for the Charitable Solicitation, the Charitable Exempt or the General Business category. Contact the Business Licensing Division at (202) 442-4400, option 4 for more information.

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Partnership
Partnership

According to Business.gov, every business requires at least one license and/or permit to operate legally. Naturally, some of these are specific to the type of business you own. Licenses may also vary according to the state, county and/or city where the business operates.

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Service Business
Service Business

Other licenses, known as professional licenses, signify the level of expertise that an employee or business owner has - dentists, hair dressers, veterinarians, and doctors must have professional licenses. If you are selling goods or services, you may need to get a sales tax license or permit.

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Sole Proprietorship
Sole Proprietorship

A sole proprietorship is an unincorporated business with a single owner. Sole proprietors must obtain various business licenses to operate legally. The licenses establish the proprietorship as a legitimate business.

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