If I offer a service, with no employees and no retail, do I need a business license to do provide a service, and recieve a payment with people one-on-one?
1 Answer from Attorneys
As a Franchise Attorney I advise you to contact your local City Hall and ask about the requirements for a business license. Usually any type of business requires a local business license, even if it is service-based, has no retail storefront and no employees. Consult with a good business or franchise attorney in your area for specific advice.
Mr. Franchise - Kevin B. Murphy, B.S., M.B.A., J.D.
Franchise Foundations, a Professional Corporation
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