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Currently setup as a soleprop and looking to move out of TX.  My business is registered to a PO Box and I am wondering if I would need to relocate anything to the new state?

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That's a bit lacking.

Do you have any licenses in TX?
Nothing transfers but the bank account and IRS info.

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ICMATULKASPRMKY said:    looking to move out of TX.  
  green!

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ICMATULKASPRMKY said:     My business is registered to a PO Box 
  Is that even legal? Is it a legit business? Reminds me of the old days when I would have a PO Box, err, Suite number, at a UPS Store in a state with lower sales tax and DMV fees to title my cars in.

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atikovi said:   
ICMATULKASPRMKY said:     My business is registered to a PO Box 
  Is that even legal? Is it a legit business? Reminds me of the old days when I would have a PO Box, err, Suite number, at a UPS Store in a state with lower sales tax and DMV fees to title my cars in.

If your business isn't a retail , manufacturing, or office establishment   , why would it be a problem to have a po box instead?

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rufflesinc said:   
atikovi said:   
ICMATULKASPRMKY said:     My business is registered to a PO Box 
  Is that even legal? Is it a legit business? Reminds me of the old days when I would have a PO Box, err, Suite number, at a UPS Store in a state with lower sales tax and DMV fees to title my cars in.

If your business isn't a retail , manufacturing, or office establishment   , why would it be a problem to have a po box instead?

  How would the licensing authority be able to come out and inspect your books and records?

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atikovi said:   
rufflesinc said:   
atikovi said:   
ICMATULKASPRMKY said:     My business is registered to a PO Box 
  Is that even legal? Is it a legit business? Reminds me of the old days when I would have a PO Box, err, Suite number, at a UPS Store in a state with lower sales tax and DMV fees to title my cars in.

If your business isn't a retail , manufacturing, or office establishment   , why would it be a problem to have a po box instead?

  How would the licensing authority be able to come out and inspect your books and records?

which licensing authority does that? I thought they only inspected the safety and code aspect, not financials 

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rufflesinc said:   
atikovi said:   
rufflesinc said:   
atikovi said:   
ICMATULKASPRMKY said:     My business is registered to a PO Box 
  Is that even legal? Is it a legit business? Reminds me of the old days when I would have a PO Box, err, Suite number, at a UPS Store in a state with lower sales tax and DMV fees to title my cars in.

If your business isn't a retail , manufacturing, or office establishment   , why would it be a problem to have a po box instead?

  How would the licensing authority be able to come out and inspect your books and records?

which licensing authority does that? I thought they only inspected the safety and code aspect, not financials 

  Without knowing the business OP is in we can only guess, but I know the dealer licensing departments in the states near me can come out to your place of business during normal business hours to check on your paperwork and records.

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atikovi said:   
rufflesinc said:   
atikovi said:   
rufflesinc said:   
atikovi said:   
ICMATULKASPRMKY said:     My business is registered to a PO Box 
  Is that even legal? Is it a legit business? Reminds me of the old days when I would have a PO Box, err, Suite number, at a UPS Store in a state with lower sales tax and DMV fees to title my cars in.

If your business isn't a retail , manufacturing, or office establishment   , why would it be a problem to have a po box instead?

  How would the licensing authority be able to come out and inspect your books and records?

which licensing authority does that? I thought they only inspected the safety and code aspect, not financials 

  Without knowing the business OP is in we can only guess, but I know the dealer licensing departments in the states near me can come out to your place of business during normal business hours to check on your paperwork and records.

  Dealer licenses also have a specific requirement that you have a physical location.

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