Q: Needing advice for subscription-as-a-service business model, USA and international.
My business, once launched, will collected recurring monthly charges to access advanced features on the platform (website and app), like SaaS. My business is currently an S Corp in Delaware, I reside and run the business from Florida.
What legal implications am I looking at? What countries can I receive subscription revenue from? What specific type of lawyer should I consult with? Thank you for your time!
Edit - I already run the business in FL with certificate of authority.
A: You need to obtain a certificate of authority in order to do business in Florida. You can receive subscription from anywhere. A business attorney is who you should talk to about the details.
Alexander Ivakhnenko agrees with this answer
A: You need to commit to a comprehensive legal consultation in person with an attorney vested in international corporate law as there are too many nuances for one unilateral online paragraph.
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