When planning to start a new business, it is essential to keep in mind the importance of licenses and permits that give you the permission to operate in your area. No doubt, applying for a new license or permit is as fun as visiting a dentist but failing to do so from the beginning is a mistake most new entrepreneurs make. Failure to comply with city and state regulations may result in the closing or suspension of your business
This is a list of requirements by industry
Licenses And Permits - Food Service Establishment Permit, And Alcohol Beverage License, A General Business License, And A Food Safety Permit (You Will Need To Obtain A Permit From Your Local Environmental Health Department Certifying That Your Restaurant Has Met County, State, And Federal Requirements).
Property Insurance, General Liability Insurance, Liquor Liability Insurance, And Workers Compensation Insurance.
Licensing And Permits - Physical Space, Health Requirements, Staff-Child Ratios, Food Preparation And Nutrition, Emergency Procedures, Educational Program Requirements, Record Keeping, Discipline, Building Safety, Sanitation, Fire Regulations, Zoning Requirements.
Fire And Theft Insurance (If Home-Based), If Already Have Insurance It Has To Cover Equipment And Supplies Purchased, Liability Insurance, Accident Insurance.
Licensing And Permits - Business Licenses / Tax Permits, Building Permit, Health Permit, Occupational Permit, Signage Permit, Alarm Permit, Zoning Permit.
General Liability Insurance, Vehicle Insurance, Property Insurance, Worker’s Compensation Insurance, Unemployment Insurance, State Disability Insurance.
Licensing And Permits - Environmental Permit, Clean Air Act Permit, Endangered Species Act, Wetlands Permits, And RCRA Permits.
Pollution And Environmental Liability.
Licensing And Permits - Business License, DBA Form X201, Building Permit, Health Permit, (If Applicable) Occupational Permit, Signage Permit, Alarm Permit, Zoning Permit.
Disability Insurance, Unemployment Insurance Tax, Workers Compensation Insurance.