How to Start a Business in Florida

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Sphinx Pub., 2003 - Business & Economics - 264 pages
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Florida has become increasingly business-friendly with no minimum capital requirements, some of the lowest annual fees in the country and no taxation for S-corporations.
- Learn how to choose the business structure that is most advantageous for your company in Florida.
- Assess the amount of personal risk you can manage in order to determine the amount of financing you will need.
- Determine which federal and state tax laws apply to you.
- Avoid common pitfalls to save valuable time and money by understanding the basics of Florida contract law.
- Establish a clear and understandable bookkeeping system that will allow you to keep track of your money and maximize profits.
- Gain a clear understanding of the employment and labor laws that will pertain to you as a Florida business owner.

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Contents

Naming Your Business
21
Financing Your Business
31
Locating Your Business
39
Licensing Your Business
45
Contract Laws
51
Insurance
57
Your Business and the Internet
63
Health and Safety Laws
77
Payment and Collection
127
Business Relations Laws
135
Endless Laws
141
Bookkeeping and Accounting
151
Paying Florida Taxes
163
OutofState Taxes
169
Glossary
175
For Further Reference
181

Employment and Labor Laws
85
Advertising and Promotion Laws
113
Blank Forms 209
261
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Mark Warda has been a Florida attorney for over thirty years. He received his BA with Honors from the University of Illinois in Chicago and his JD from the University of Illinois in Champaign.

He is the author of over seventy self-help law books. Today Mark is continuing to update his books and running Land Trust Service Corporation. He lives in Lake Wales, Florida with his wife Alexandra and his three year old son, Mark David.

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