The first guy gave you a great step-by-step process. The only other thing I would add is that, depending on the nature of the business, which you have not specified, there may be additional requirements. Also, I don't think he included getting your business license which would also be important.
by Rachel - 10 hours ago
Step one: Make sure you have enough cash to start the business, pay all licenses, taxes and expenses, buy inventory and fixtures if that applies, and support yourself for a year without income before you turn a profit. Usually that's going to be around $50K and up. Without that, step two doesn't matter.
by John D - 10 hours ago
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