At The Biz Shop we offer the simplest and smartest way for you to form your business in 24 hours!
In addition to forming new businesses we offer services to keep your business compliant and up to date with the city and state.
With over a decade of experience working with Los Angeles startups the co-founders of The Biz Shop set out to make the process of forming and maintaining a business easy and seamless. With flexible hours, friendly and knowledgeable staff, and free parking, The Biz Shop is the one-stop-shop for all of your business registration needs.
A sole proprietorship is the quickest and easiest way to start a business. Sole proprietorship refers to a business that is owned and run by one person and is not considered a legal entity. When doing business as a sole proprietor there is no legal distinction between the owner and the business, therefore the individual conducting business is personally responsible for all debts and liabilities.Learn More
A Partnership is a legal form of business operation conducted between two or more individuals who share responsibility for the management, profits and losses of a business.Learn More
A corporation is an independent, legal business entity that is separate from the people who own and operate it. This form of business operation is owned by shareholder(s) and guided by officer(s) authorized to act as a single entity.Learn More
A Business License, also referred to as a "Tax Registration Certificate," allows you the ability to operate a business in the city (or county) you reside in and is required of most business owners and independent contractors.Learn More
A seller permit, commonly referred to as a "reseller's permit," is a state issued permit that enables a business owner to sell products. Obtaining a seller's permit is a requirement for most business owners who are selling any sort of tangible product, and is also necessary for anyone who will be selling items temporarily (like at an event for example.)Learn More
A taxpayer identification number (also commonly referred to as a tax ID, EIN or TIN number) is a unique identification number issued by the IRS for business owners or independent contractors to use. Think of a tax ID/EIN number as a social security number for your businessLearn More
Did you know that your DBA (Fictitious Business Name statement) expires after 30 days of the filing date unless you publish a legal notice for it in an adjudicated newspaper? Click here to learn more about DBA PUBLICATION and how easy it is to set up.