T Melville wrote:Another idea I'm kicking around: my state's conservation department has a nursery and sells lots of (very small) native trees for $1 each. I need to look into the red tape involved in potting them and growing them on for a year or two and reselling for a profit. I also need to learn how to price such a product.
After years of feeding hay in this spot, it's almost always too soft to drive on. Only big enough to graze for an afternoon or less, depending on how many head of sheep I have at the time. Kinda wasted space. I'm thinking of taking the wood from a tree and another branch that came down to make a hugelculture there...
John C Daley wrote:I am surprised you think you cannot buy $1 plants, grow them out and sell them for a higher price.
Its called value adding and I would not ask anythong about it.
Anne Miller wrote:Look at your County's licensing website to see if you need a business license.
Look at your state's Comptroller's office website for setting up a business account for taxes.
The fee for a business license is $15.00. Applications can be completed in the County Clerk's office or by mail.
When applying for a business tax license or a minimal activity license, you must provide the following:
Choose a business entity
File a creation document with the Secretary of State, if needed
Corporation — Articles of incorporation
General Partnership — No creation document required, but fictitious name filing may be necessary
Limited Partnership — Certificate of limited partnership
Limited Liability Company — Articles of organization
Consider Fictitious Name Registration — If the business will operate under a name other than your own or the exact name of the entity, you must register that different name.
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