Will the Business License fee always be the same?
No, by state law, business licenses are based on a business’ gross income. A business’ 1st Business License fee will be based on a reasonable estimate of gross income from the start of operation to December 31 of that year.

The base business license fee covers $2,000 of gross income. After a business’ initial business license, subsequent licenses will be based on actual gross income from the previous year.

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1. How much does a business license cost?
2. Will the Business License fee always be the same?
3. Who establishes the amount of the Business License fee?
4. How is gross revenue defined?
5. What do I get from the Business License fees that I pay?