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Alaska Copyright Registration Forms

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Patrick

When it comes to the Alaska copyright registration forms, you won’t have any trouble finding them online. Over the internet, you can find any of the Alaska copyright registration forms you might need. You see, for different styles of work, there are different registration forms you have to choose from. ... continue reading

Alabama Copyright Registration Forms

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Patrick

Finding Alabama Copyright registration forms is not difficult. I did a search on the internet today and found everything necessary to get a copyright in this state. All of the various Alabama Copyright registration forms can be found online quite easily. Before we go over the forms needed to get ... continue reading

South Carolina Driver License Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Brittney

South Carolina driver license laws help residents in the state of South Carolina to receive a driver’s license. Procedures for learning how to safely operate a vehicle are noted within these laws as well. 

South Carolina offers driver licenses for five and 10 year periods. South Carolina driver license ... continue reading

Pennsylvania Driver License Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Brittney

Pennsylvania driver license laws are available for viewing at any time. Some of these laws apply to drivers who live in Pennsylvania, and other laws apply to those who visit this state.

Pennsylvania driver license laws require drivers 18 and over who are residents of Pennsylvania to show ID and ... continue reading

Minnesota Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

Starting a business is not a single decision but a series of them, each one bringing you a step closer to the day your store or factory or office is up and running, competing for customers and making money.

How will you organize and register your business? What are ... continue reading

Michigan Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

In choosing the legal structure for your business, a number of considerations may affect your decision.

The size of the business is perhaps the biggest factor in selecting the legal structure. If you personally are the business, then sole proprietorship is most likely the legal structure of choice. If ... continue reading

Massachusetts Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

When you start a business, you need to do more than decide whether to incorporate or not; you need to choose a name and register with various federal, state and local agencies. Massachusetts business operations laws state that you may also need certain licenses and permits. Here are the steps, ... continue reading

Maryland Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

According to Maryland business operations laws licenses should be issued only to those businesses that are required to be licensed by the state. Requesting an unnecessary only creates extra paperwork and hampers timely service to businesses that need assistance. To determine if you need a license based on Maryland business ... continue reading

Maine Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

The Business Equipment Tax Reimbursement Program (BETR) is designed to encourage new capital investment in Maine and is one of the Maine business operations laws that can work for you. The program reimburses local property taxes paid on most qualified business property for up to 12 years. According to this ... continue reading

Louisiana Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

According to Louisiana business operations laws, those wanting to do business in Louisiana have many different options when picking the format of their business. Louisiana business operation laws as well as federal laws state that forming a corporation or LLC can be a big step towards your success and the ... continue reading

Kentucky Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

According to Kentucky business operations laws, if you are starting a new business in Kentucky, you may need to register with the Department of Revenue by completing the Kentucky Tax Registration Application. This application is designed to allow a business to apply for or update applicable Employer’s Withholding Tax, Sales ... continue reading

Iowa Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

According to Iowa Business Operations Laws, a sales tax permit is not a license to purchase items tax free. It is a permit to collect and remit sales tax. Anyone making taxable sales in Iowa must obtain a sales tax permit. Selling without a permit is a serious misdemeanor. The ... continue reading

Indiana Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

Below is a brief description of the various forms in which a business may organize under Indiana business operations laws. Formally organizing a business carries both great advantages and legal consequences. Care should be taken when deciding which business form to utilize and while operating the venture. The Corporations Division ... continue reading

Illinois Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

Registration and incorporation requirements for businesses in Illinois are handled by several state agencies and offices according to several different Illinois business operations laws.

According to these Illinois business operations laws, you must register your business with the Illinois Department of Employment Security within 30 days of the date ... continue reading

Idaho Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

Unless specifically exempt, all employees subject to the provisions of the Idaho Minimum Wage Law must be paid at least $5.15 per hour effective September 1, 1997. The federal minimum wage increased to $5.15 per hour effective the same date.

A “TIPPED EMPLOYEE” means any employee engaged in an ... continue reading

Hawaii Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

According to Hawaii business operations laws, owners of all forms of business except sole proprietorships, charitable organizations, unincorporated associations and foreign insurance companies must register with the DCCA, BREG. Foreign insurance companies must register with DCCA, Insurance Division.

To register a Hawaii profit corporation, you must file Articles of ... continue reading

Georgia Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

The Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR) has registration requirements for businesses selling products and goods, including alcohol, tobacco, and fuel. The DOR can also address wholesale/resale, and state & sales tax identification registration, as well as withholding tax requirements. According to Georgia business operations laws, the entity may be required ... continue reading

Florida Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

Whether you are tarting a new business in Florida, moving an existing business to Florida from another state, or already operating a business in Florida, you will need to be aware of the various Florida business operations laws including registration and licensing requirements which are applicable to your business. This ... continue reading

Federal Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is just one of the many Federal business operations laws that you need to understand to run a business.

Covered employers must grant an eligible employee up to a total of 12 workweeks of unpaid leave during any 12-month period for one ... continue reading

Delaware Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

Requirements for registering a business in Delaware differ by business entity type, location and whether or not the business has employees.

According to Delaware business operations laws, entities who want to incorporate in Delaware must contact the Delaware Division of Corporations, obtain a Federal Identification Number (FEIN) with the ... continue reading

Connecticut Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

Every business, whether you are looking to start, move or expand in Connecticut is required to register and become licensed. Here are some things to consider before starting the business registration process.

1. Decide on the business structure: Choosing a business structure is one of the most important decisions ... continue reading

Colorado Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

Due to the several different Colorado business operations laws, there are several issues that you should consider when determining the legal structure of your business. First, to what extent will you be personally at financial and legal risk? Second, who will have the controlling interest in the business? Third, how ... continue reading

California Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

According to California business operations laws, all California businesses that hire employees are required to register with the California Employment Development Department. If you hire or plan to hire employees, click on Employer Registration to access detailed information and forms for registering as an employer.

There are two types ... continue reading

California License Plate Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

There are several laws in California that relate to motor vehicles. One aspect of these laws applies to license plates. License plates are required on all registered vehicles and help to identify the vehicle and its owner.

One of California license plate laws has been a topic ... continue reading

Arizona License Plate Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

When you think of traffic laws most likely you think of moving violations, insurance requirements or drivers license issues. The issuance of license plates is actually a pretty important topic for state legislation. License plates serve very important functions and with increasing popularity of specialty plates it is a good ... continue reading

Arkansas Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

According to Arkansas business operations laws, vendors located and operating in Arkansas must register under the Gross Receipts Tax Law if the vendor sells property or services subject to sales tax. Sales tax is levied on sales of tangible personal property and various types of services performed within Arkansas. A ... continue reading

Arizona Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

Companies must start shredding or otherwise destroying records with personal customer and employee information when they’ve finished with the records. A law that took effect September 2006 makes it a crime for businesses to knowingly dispose of paper records if identifying information can be read.

According to new Arizona ... continue reading

Alabama Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

In 1850, legislation authorized the Alabama Secretary of State to file and certify articles of incorporation for road construction companies and the Corporations Division was born. In the years that followed, steamship, railroad, banks, and insurance companies were required to file articles or charters of incorporation with the Secretary of ... continue reading

Kansas Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

Here are some answers that answer questions concerning Kansas business operations laws.

Q. What breaks are required under state and federal law?

A. Breaks are not required under state or federal law. However, many employers schedule breaks to boost employee morale and productivity.

Q.Can my employer make ... continue reading

Alaska Business Operations Laws

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
Posted by Diane

There are approximately 74,000 current Alaska business licenses. All persons (sole proprietors, partnerships, and corporations) who engage in a business activity in Alaska, according to Alaska business operations laws, must hold a business license for that activity. In addition, businesses which sell tobacco products must have a tobacco endorsement on ... continue reading