Q: I am interested in small time reselling and I would like to know if there are any forms And documents I should have
A: If you are going to have any type of business you should incorporate in order to protect your personal assets. Also, you may need certain licenses to operate and you also need to register with the Florida Dept. of Revenue so that you can collect sales tax. Any time you sell something you should have a contract with terms and conditions regarding the product and any applicable warranties or return options, etc. As I buyer you should also have a contract for the goods purchased to ensure you have appropriate title. I am not sure what you call "small time reselling" so I cannot provide you much more advice. You should consult with an attorney that can advice you on the appropriate business structure and assist you in regards to permits, licenses and any legal documents you may need.
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A: You will want to contact a Florida Business Attorney and have them help you sent up a proper business entity (LLC, or other entity), they would would be an excellent resource to have and can help with your various questions and business needs presently with start-up and ongoing, if you just want some self-guidance, you can have a go at things and get started at Sunbiz.org for some very useful information for business start-up.
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