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Regardless of whether you are running a small home-based business or a multi-national conglomerate, there are state laws that will impact how you do business. Understanding how these laws impact your business model is critical to your success.
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Before you start your business, make sure that you know which laws you will be required to follow. Some of the laws that may impact all businesses are those that govern traffic. While it may not seem to be a big deal, even those who work from home may be subject to state laws and regulations. Some municipalities strictly regulate home-based business ventures. If you are planning on having clients or customers come to your place of business, it is important that you find out what your local regulations are.

There may also be regulations if you are doing any type of repair business in your home. If you are repairing vehicles, computers or taking in home sewing, these rules may impact how you conduct your business. It is crucial to find out before you place your first advertisement what effect state laws have on your business. Disposal and storage of materials as well as state laws regarding business types may have a negative impact on a home-based business.

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