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Old August 9th, 2019, 10:00 AM #31
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Do you have an SDAT #?

Do you file a Schedule C?

How do show you are an actual business?
There are definitely lines of work in Maryland that do NOT require actual licensing. A license isn't the same as having a trade name or a DBA, or being on the books with the comptroller. That active business checking account and income from the business being declared on your taxes - those things matter. I run two business entities, neither of which requires a license (in the formal sense) per se. But I do have to keep those LLCs compliant every year. Which costs some money and is a recurring annoyance.
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Old August 9th, 2019, 01:16 PM #32
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Dept. of Labor and Licensing told me not to bother with a license since I merely provide a service.
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Know what the differences are between (us) business owners and employees? Employees work so much harder and undergo employment responsibilities putting them into harms way much more frequently. Employees are on the frontlines with any business.

When someone calls me for an issue, I have a member of my team reach out. Employees are the lifeblood of any business.

It's most certainly unfair that business owners and responsible employees acting on behalf of business owners to not be assigned unrestricted permits.
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Know what the differences are between (us) business owners and employees? Employees work so much harder and undergo employment responsibilities putting them into harms way much more frequently. Employees are on the frontlines with any business.

When someone calls me for an issue, I have a member of my team reach out. Employees are the lifeblood of any business.

It's most certainly unfair that business owners and responsible employees acting on behalf of business owners to not be assigned unrestricted permits.
I agree. But have they ruled out an employee (especially with the earnest support of the employer) getting their restrictions lifted? The issue here is the DEFAULT issuance of a restriction-free permit for the owner. Given the fact that restriction lifting is now a fact that even the new board can't pretend doesn't happen, one wonders if the employee (say, a full-time manager who essentially runs a location of the business, etc) with testimony from the manager about 24x7 on call, banking power, etc., can't get to the same place, permit-wise. Just not by default.
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Iím trying to see the MSPís logic
Might as well stop right there......
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MSP SOP now states:
Restrictions
Business owner: No Restrictions.


Perhaps a move to add

Business Owners Employees or
Business Owners Managerial Employees or
Business Owners Technicians or


We got a small step and should look to keep momentum going forward ... small steps ?


Did we ever hear who initiated this change in SOP? Hogan? haha
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Thanks for sharing this great article. Logical and easy to read and understand...in other words everything MSP guidance, policy, and procedures are not as well as liberal Dems beliefs and reasons for anti2A actions.
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