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Set up your business to start selling at the Farmer’s Market…[Read more]
After a little over two and a half years in a cottage-food business, I’m finally ready to get into more formal bookkeeping. Accountants and QuickBooks cost too much for me, so I am going to use the online-accounting site called “Wave.”
Right now, I’m try to determine how to set up my chart of accounts, but I have no idea how much I should break…[Read more]
Lawrence b Stallings started the topic Buying a hydraulic lift table for my food production unit in the forum Business 1 year, 6 months ago
I run a food business. I deliver food to cottages. The business is actually pretty. I serve around 100 cottages from two production units. The business is actually going pretty good. I am actually planning to start a new production unit to serve more. I’ve found a place but it requires some work. Also, I want to buy some equipment.…[Read more]
Often you are exempt from having to charge state sales tax, but you may need to charge local sales tax. It also depends on where you are selling (may have to charge it at a fair, for instance). http://forrager.com/faq/#sales-tax
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