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Services include wholesale, coordinating manufacturing, packaged development with fulfillment, and arranging logistics, through 3rd party freight. This wholesale & distribution business has Sellers... More details
Well establishes grooming and pet supplies business for sale. 30 yrs. in business. Large loyal, generous clientele. Turnkey, owner operated supplies, grooming equipment, kennels, washer. dryer all... More details
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The business was established in 1978 in Solano County with the aim of providing exceptional landscaping services to clients.Since its inception, the business has maintained its commitment to quality... More details
Full turnkey business providing a highly skilled team of 24 employees that offer a full range of quality services in renovations, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, custom cabinetry and tiling.Est. in 2015... More details
Fully Licensed, Bonded and Insured Vehicle Dealer business with 26 vehicles, auto parts, delivery, staffs, accounts on various websites.It's estimated high revenue about $1000K.Great opportunity... More details
A profitable business engaged in the sales of windows and doors to custom home builders and multifamily contractors as well as homeowners requiring retrofitting and installation for doors and windows.More details
CDTFA is making it easier for those taxpayers and business owners affected by the recent CA storms to get tax relief. Visit our State of Emergency Tax Relief page for more information.
The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration administers many tax and fee programs. Depending on your type of business, you may be required to hold one or more permits, licenses or accounts.
The CDTFA has a secure, convenient, fast, and free way to register online for a permit, license, or account. The system guides you through the process and will assist you with the types of permits you may need for your business.
California Seller's Permit: If you are doing business in California and intend to sell or lease tangible personal property subject to sales tax sold at retail, you are required to have a seller's permit and prominently display it at your place of business. Read our Seller's Permit FAQ for more information.
Whenever you buy, sell, or discontinue a business, you will need to contact the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA). If you are buying a business, you may need to obtain a seller's permit, as permits are not transferable. If you are selling or discontinuing a business, you will need to close out your account. (If the business in question is a corporation or limited liability company, please read items 8 and 9 in addition to the other items below.)
Yes. To protect yourself from having to pay any sales and use tax owed by the business you are buying, you should write to the CDTFA and request a certificate of tax clearance. If you do not obtain a clearance before you buy the business, and if taxes are owed and the previous owner has failed to pay those taxes, you could be required to pay any taxes, interest, and penalties that are due.
After receiving your written request for a clearance, the CDTFA will determine whether the business you are buying owes any sales and use taxes, interest, or penalties. If any money is owed, the current owner will be notified and advised to pay the amount due or you will be advised of an amount to withhold from the purchase price to cover the potential liability. This amount must be paid to the CDTFA before a certificate of tax clearance is issued.
If the business you are buying has more than one location and you are buying one or more locations (but not all), you should request a clearance for each location. If the business you are buying has more than one location and you are buying al