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  • Modee
    started a topic Resellers Permit

    Resellers Permit

    In California, State Board of Equalization permit costs nothing, everyone should have one.

  • Modee
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    There are fifty states. I can help you one-on-one to take care of everything for your particular state, but the process in general is pretty much the same everywhere.

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  • SevnSins
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    Doing a quick search, I couldn't find and equivalent document for Kansas. I'll do some more searching, and post back my findings. If you have any direct links, please let me know.

    I will be moving in the next 3 weeks, and will then be ready to start officially registering my businesses. I'm still doing the "underground" thing right now.

    BUYING FIRST HOUSE!
    YAY ME!

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  • Modee
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    I don't know what site you found, but in California the return requires nothing like that. Neither the short form nor regular tax return requires anything more than numbers (no names):
    http://www.boe.ca.gov/pdf/boe401ez.pdf
    http://www.boe.ca.gov/pdf/boe401a2.pdf

    The application itself requires all your personal and corporate information, but again, nothing about names of suppliers or anything close to that
    http://www.boe.ca.gov/pdf/boe400spa.pdf

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  • SevnSins
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    I scanned through a website related to this, and saw that they ask for suppliers. Should someone peddling misc replica products apply for this, or will it just lead to BIGGER issues. I don't do it as much as before, but still have a few regulars.

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  • Modee
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    Not sure what you are asking, but a Reseller's Permit is required to make resales from a given location, in this case state.

    If you are not in CA, you need a reseller's permit from where you are.

    On all reseller's tax forms you are allowed to deduct sales in interstate commerce (sales delivered to a state other than the one you are in), and pay no sales tax on those sales.

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  • NO ID
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    Just curious - would this work for online sales only targeting California, even if I don't reside there. Do I need to actually reside there to benefit?

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