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what business licenses do i need for my internet business in texas?
the bussiness will be a small business that we (my boyfriend and i) will
run (online only) from home.we have an ebay store but we are not yet a real licensed business.it will be just the two of us running it.no other employees.we will be selling various tangible items from wholesalers( worldwide) and then reselling them to customers (worldwide) on ebay.i need very detailed direct answers about every license that will be needed. thanks
oh really that's awesome! so should me and my bf both get an ein?
i'll go ahead and accept your answer.but would you be willing to answer
some other questions i have.i'll gladly give you a $30 bonus just to be able to get some really in depth answers about my questions.
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