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Wyoming State General Business Laws

Friday, November 10th, 2006
Posted by Mary

Since Wyoming State General Business Laws must be taken into consideration prior to officially opening your business for operation, you will want to begin by investigating any special statutes they have.  One place to start may well be a site which dedicates itself to assisting businesses to understand how the ... continue reading

Wisconsin State General Business Laws

Friday, November 10th, 2006
Posted by Mary

Wisconsin State General Business Laws, much like those of others States, must abide by certain Federal laws which have been established as the standard for business to operate in the United States.  Most of these laws take the form of protection of the labor force (personnel), various required taxes, and/or ... continue reading

West Virginia State General Business Laws

Friday, November 10th, 2006
Posted by Mary

A variety of West Virginia State General Business Laws must be considered prior to officially opening your business for operation.  By investigating all of the recommended steps (see the Smart Steps website below), which addresses the seven main ones you will want to be familiar with, your new venture should ... continue reading

Washington State General Business Laws

Tuesday, November 7th, 2006
Posted by Mary

Before becoming a business owner in Washington, you will need to understand all of the rules and regulations set forth in the Washington State General Business Laws.  There are four codes, or Titles, in Washington State which apply directly to businesses; these are Titles 18, 19, 23, and 23B (see ... continue reading

Virginia State General Business Laws

Thursday, November 2nd, 2006
Posted by Mary

There are a variety of Virginia State General Business Laws which must be considered prior to officially opening your business for operation.  Most importantly, you should remember that, along with a few other ‘states’, Virginia is a Commonwealth.  This means that you will need to review and abide by those ... continue reading

Vermont State General Business Laws

Thursday, November 2nd, 2006
Posted by Mary

By having a good understanding of the rules and regulations set forth in the Vermont State General Business Laws, you will be prepared to open or buy a business in Vermont.  As each business is different, each part of the law applies specifically to that business, as well as more ... continue reading

Utah State General Business Laws

Thursday, November 2nd, 2006
Posted by Mary

In addition to Utah State General Business Laws, your business must abide by certain Federal laws which have been established as the standard for business to operate in the United States.  Most of these laws take the form of protection of the labor force (personnel), various required taxes, and/or rules ... continue reading

Texas State General Business Laws

Wednesday, November 1st, 2006
Posted by Mary

Prior to officially opening your business for operation in Texas, there are a variety of Texas State General Business Laws which need to be taken into consideration.  As you begin it investigate the special designations under Texas Statutes, which addresses Business and Professions.  Each of these types is defined, by ... continue reading

Tennessee State General Business Laws

Wednesday, November 1st, 2006
Posted by Mary

Prospective business owners will need to understand the Tennessee State General Business Laws before considering opening or buying their business in Tennessee.  Since no two businesses are alike, each part of the law applies specifically to that business, as well as more general laws by which all business must abide.  ... continue reading

South Dakota State General Business Laws

Thursday, October 26th, 2006
Posted by Mary

It is a relatively pain free task to forming a sole proprietorship in South Dakota. But, if you are planning to open your business under any other name besides your own, you will need to obtain one or more business, and possibly a state license. This process is referred to ... continue reading

South Carolina State General Business Laws

Wednesday, October 25th, 2006
Posted by Mary

When considering opening or buying a business in South Carolina, you will need to have a decent understanding of the rules and regulations set forth in the South Carolina State General Business Laws.  As each business is different, each part of the law applies specifically to that business, as well ... continue reading

Rhode Island State General Business Laws

Wednesday, October 25th, 2006
Posted by Mary

In Rhode Island, forming a sole proprietorships is a relatively pain free task. But, if you are planning to open your business under any other name besides your own, you will need to obtain one or more business, and possibly a state license. This process is referred to registering a ... continue reading

Pennsylvania State General Business Laws

Wednesday, October 25th, 2006
Posted by Mary

When considering opening or buying a business in Pennsylvania, you will need to have a decent understanding of the rules and regulations set forth in the Pennsylvania State General Business Laws.  As each business is different, each part of the law applies specifically to that business, as well as more ... continue reading

Oregon State General Business Laws

Wednesday, October 25th, 2006
Posted by Mary

Each individual State must abide by certain Federal laws which have been established as the standard for business to operate in the United States, as is the case as well for Oregon State General Business Laws.  Most of these laws take the form of protection of the labor force (personnel), ... continue reading

Oklahoma State General Business Laws

Tuesday, October 17th, 2006
Posted by Mary

Oklahoma State General Business Laws, like those found in just about every other state in the United States, can have very particular twists and turns that a prospective business owner will want to review prior to opening the proverbial front door.  One of the State’s newest services is their “SOONERACCESS” ... continue reading

Ohio State General Business Laws

Tuesday, October 17th, 2006
Posted by Mary

Buying or creating a business in Ohio will require that you understand the rules and regulations set forth in the Ohio State General Business Laws.  Since every business has different requirements, parts of the State law will only apply to specific businesses, while there are more general laws which will ... continue reading

North Dakota State General Business Laws

Tuesday, October 17th, 2006
Posted by Mary

You must take into consideration a variety of North Dakota State General Business Laws prior to officially opening your business for operation.  As you begin it investigate the special designations under North Dakota Statutes, some of which address Business and Professions, can be found on their searchable site at: http://www.legis.nd.gov/ ... continue reading

North Carolina State General Business Laws

Tuesday, October 17th, 2006
Posted by Mary

As is the standard for operation of business in the United States, North Carolina State General Business Laws must also abide by certain Federal laws which have been established.  Most of these laws take the form of protection of the labor force (personnel), various required taxes, and/or rules of laws ... continue reading

New Mexico State General Business Laws

Sunday, October 15th, 2006
Posted by Mary

When considering opening or buying a business in New Mexico, you will need to have a decent understanding of the rules and regulations set forth in the New Mexico State General Business Laws.  As each business is different, each part of the law applies specifically to that business, as well ... continue reading

New Jersey State General Business Laws

Sunday, October 15th, 2006
Posted by Mary

When considering opening or buying a business in New Jersey, you will need to have a decent understanding of the rules and regulations set forth in the New Jersey State General Business Laws.  As each business is different, each part of the law applies specifically to that business, as well ... continue reading

New Hampshire State General Business Laws

Sunday, October 15th, 2006
Posted by Mary

Forming a sole proprietorship in New Hampshire is simple. However, should you be planning to open a business under any other name besides your own, you will need to obtain one or more business, and possibly a state license. This process is referred to registering a fictitious or assumed business ... continue reading

Nevada State General Business Laws

Thursday, October 12th, 2006
Posted by Mary

Forming a sole proprietorships in Nevada is a relatively pain free task. But, if you are planning to open your business under any other name besides your own, you will need to obtain one or more business, and possibly a state license. This process is referred to registering a fictitious ... continue reading

Nebraska State General Business Laws

Thursday, October 12th, 2006
Posted by Mary

If you are looking for information related to opening or buying a business in Nebraska, you should get to know the various rules and regulations set forth in the Nebraska State General Business Laws.  One place you will find this is on the State’s own website at http://www.nebraska.gov . One ... continue reading

Montana State General Business Laws

Tuesday, October 10th, 2006
Posted by Mary

If you are just starting out to be in business in Montana, you’ll be wise to doing some online research.  They have a Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network that can provide you with a wealth of legal and practical information ( http://sbdc.mt.gov ).  On the subject of Montana State ... continue reading

Missouri State General Business Laws

Tuesday, October 10th, 2006
Posted by Mary

By reviewing the Missouri Revised Statutes on their website located at: http://www.moga.state.mo.us/STATUTES/STATUTES.HTM , you’ll find Business and Financial Institutions under Title XXIV, among other areas of interest for the new business owner.  A number of Missouri State General Business Laws will need to be considered prior to officially opening your ... continue reading

Mississippi State General Business Laws

Wednesday, October 4th, 2006
Posted by Mary

When considering opening or buying a business in Mississippi, you will need to have a decent understanding of the rules and regulations set forth in the Mississippi State General Business Laws.  Information to assist you in starting or relocating a business is available from the Mississippi Development Authority online at: ... continue reading

Minnesota State General Business Laws

Wednesday, October 4th, 2006
Posted by Mary

Prior to officially opening your business for operation, there are a variety of Minnesota State General Business Laws which must be taken into consideration.  You may want to visit the website of the Minnesota Small Business Assistance Office http://www.dted.state.mn.us can provide many of the publications and assistance your business may ... continue reading

Michigan State General Business Laws

Wednesday, October 4th, 2006
Posted by Mary

In Michigan, forming a sole proprietorships is a relatively pain free task. But, if you are planning to open your business under any other name besides your own, you will need to obtain one or more business, and possibly a state license. This process is referred to registering a fictitious ... continue reading

Massachusetts State General Business Laws

Wednesday, October 4th, 2006
Posted by Mary

There are a variety of Massachusetts State General Business Laws which must be considered prior to officially opening your business for operation. The State has a reputation for being one of the most taxing…literally.  Be aware that there may be many taxes that your business will be liable for and ... continue reading

Maryland State General Business Laws

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2006
Posted by Mary

Prior to officially opening your business for operation, there are a number of Maryland State General Business Laws to take into consideration.  As you begin it investigate the special designations under Maryland Statutes, which addresses Business and Professions.  Each of these types is defined, by law, from the moment you ... continue reading