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What are the basic requirements for starting a small scale business?

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Varies with country.

When I was in Canada there were a few more hurdles than in the USA. Today, your food business has far more hurdles than a decade ago.

Where you matters as well as what you are doing.
Bob

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Basic/General Requirements

No matter where you are, here are some general requirements that you need to think about and complete before starting a small business.

(1) Start with a business plan
(2) Choose a location for your business
(3) Finance your business
(4) Decide on a form of business entity
(5) Register your business name
(6) Get a tax ID number
(7) Register for state and local taxes
(Cool Obtain business licenses and permits
(9) Determine if you need employees
(10) Get business help from resources such as sba.gov

For a more detailed approach and additional help to starting and financing your business, look at https://www.kabbage.com/guides/guide-to-starting-a-small-business and other articles in the guides section.

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requirements

there are following requirements occurs like resources, easy available raw data.
so the basic requirements totally depends upon the nature of bussiness.
thanks

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