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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by impman2005, Oct 9, 2009.
Do you need to be licensed in PA for Lawn Care? What is bonding, btw?
Where are you at in PA?
You will need to register your business in Pa and will be required to collect Sales tax.
Best bet is to go on a site like LEGALZOOM.COM and check out what is required...
Thanks for the heads up. Legalzoom seems to be the ticket. But do you happen to know what bonding is?
I'm in Mercer county,so you can decide to help me or not, haha.
Hahaha I was just wondering. I am in Northeast Philadelphia. I would ofer help but I am not licensed or insured yet. I will be doing that over the winter.
Why would you not be insured? Guys, its not worth doing if your not doing it right! Protect yourself.
How much insurance do you suggest? And what is bonding exactly?
I am 17 (Don't worry I am not some other kid who low balls everything. I do good work for the proper price in my area.) and i can not legally get insurance but once i turn 18 I will definitly be licensed and insured.
The way I understand it is bonding is to protect yourself if you have an employees.
I believe it protects you and your company if an employee steals or damages a clients property..
Guy's chime in if this is not correct...