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Alexx
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Guys I am Alexx ๐Ÿ˜› and i want to start a business in Florida about Restore Items like Houses , Office etc damage by Water , Fire ,Sewage etc .
May any one helps me to brief some basic information to start bushiness in Florida state โ“

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Ryanfgt1
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Keep in mind due dates for first-year annual tax payment of domestic LLCs have until the 15 day of the 4 month after they file their Articles of Organization with the SOS to pay the first-year annual tax. If you are in California, this will be a minimum $800 annual fee. You may also want to file a 2553 or 8832 IRS form for your tax setup as a S-corp. This way your LLC taxes can be rolled over to your personal taxes. Since you formed a single-member LLC, the IRS initally classifies your business as a disregarded entity.
- Ryan
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SerryJW
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I don't know how many know that all citizen initiatives (petitions) require a Notary. If you are in California, there is a petition
to divide the state into 6 states...There are MJ & MMJ petitions all over the country. Most petition companies pay $15/hour but you have more pretty consistent for months. STOP someone in front of a grocery store to find who you need.

Good Luck! ๐Ÿ™‚
Serry

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JohnDavid
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rogerward
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I understand notary business is something that you register under LLC system, but that differs from state to state guidelines. I suggest that you ask those in the same business where they can help you provide accurate info.

Regards,
RogerWard of http://www.digitekprinting.com/

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