Small Business Licensing Services


Are you a Small Business Owner and don’t know where to begin? Well, you’ve come to the right place. We understand that licensing regulations and the ever-changing requirements can be daunting. Let our team of experts help put your mind at ease.

At LicenseLogix, we’ll help you start your company quickly and easily by personally assisting you with research and filing all of the correct paperwork. By saving your time, energy, and worries, you can feel confident that your business is licensed and legally compliant, allowing you to concentrate on launching your business.

Already established? We can verify and track your renewals so that you don’t have to worry about missing a deadline.

At LicenseLogix we can prepare everything you need - except for the client’s signature.



Common Questions:


A business license is an approval or permit issued by a government agency that authorizes a business to operate within a specific jurisdiction. This license is often an additional requirement beyond the registration of a business at the state level. Whether a business is required to have a specific license depends on such factors as the nature of the business, types of products sold, and location.
This is a unique nine digit number assigned by the IRS is used to identify business entities and is also known by other names such as ‘Federal Tax Identification Number‘ and ‘Tax Identification Number (TIN)‘.
Although Sales and Use Tax registrations would seem to be the most basic of business license filings, the requirements can vary from state to state, county to county and sometimes even by municipality. These applications can be confusing and time consuming.
Businesses are often reliant upon their own internal compliance division to stay on top of renewals. While the licensing jurisdiction may send a renewal notice, entities should not rely on this reminder method. LicenseLogix has developed a Client License Information Center, CLiC to help manage the renewal process and avoid delinquent charges and fines.
The term of a license is entirely dependent on the type of license. Some licenses are good for the life of the business while others must be renewed annually or every two years. However, laws can change frequently so businesses must stay abreast of changes that affect the term of their license.