Business License Service Packages

Business License Compliance Package(BLCp)TM

We provide you with all the licensing requirements and forums.

With our “Business License Compliance Package” we tell you which licenses, permits, and tax registrations you need for your type and place of business, and provide the actual applications.
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2. Enter information about your business
3. Experienced CorpNet licensing experts research your business
4. Receive a customized CorpNet Business License Compliance Package (BLCP)™
5. Fill out forms and mail to addresses provided

Form Preparation Service

We prepare all your licensing paperwork,and deliver it to you signature-ready.

Our “Business License Preparation Service” will provide you with every business license, permit, and tax registration required for your business, pre-filled with your information and ready-to-file!

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2. Enter information about your business
3. Experienced CorpNet licensing experts research your business
4. Receive customized and PRE-FILLED business license applications
5. Sign documents and mail to addresses provided

Full Licensing Service

We obtain for you ALL required licenses.

We determine your licensing requirements, prepare and fill out all the necessary forms, submit the applications to the various licensing authorities on your behalf, and ensure that you receive all the necessary licenses, permits, and tax registrations.

If you’re involved in a construction project that requires electrical installations of any kind, you will need to get an electrical permit before you can sell the building or anyone can inhabit it. You’ll also need to pass one or more electrical inspections to ensure your work is up to code, and that it’s safe for people. The last thing you want as a contractor or electrician is for your work to cause a fire or injury to people in the building.

Getting Started

Your city may require you to have your electrical plan reviewed before you can proceed with the electrical license procedure. Certain industries, like educational, institutional, and health, require that facilities being wired first have their electrical plans reviewed. If, however, your project is residential, and under a certain number of amps, you may not need to get your plans reviewed. Check with your licensing board to find out whether you need to have your plans reviewed or not, and to find out which business licenses, permits & tax forms you need to fill out.

Next, you’ll then need to schedule an inspection for your building license. Some states require several inspections, including:

  • Rough-in: for newly wired circuits, boxes and nail plates
  • Service: after installation of electrical mast, meter base, service panels, etc.
  • Final: after completion of all work

Make sure not to cover work with insulation until an inspector has reviewed your work and you can move to the next step. Once all of these inspections have been approved, you can proceed with your electrical permit application.

The Electrical License Application

On the business license application itself, you will be asked to provide information on the following:

  • Location of where work is being performed
  • Whether location is in city limits or not
  • Serving power company
  • Description of work

Additionally, you will be required to pay an electrical permit fee, the cost of which may depend on the type of project you’re working on, as well as what your city business license agency charges.

If you run a business that requires a great deal of wiring and electrical maintenance, check to see if your state offers an annual electrical permit. This type of electrical license would save you the headache of applying for a new permit for each project you perform, and can save you money.