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It's probably a good idea to make your business
license description general, not specific. Companies
often are described as able to engage in any lawful
business. This gives you the freedom to go in a new
direction down the road without having to amend your
--- Lauren <lt34 -at- csus -dot- edu> wrote:
> Thanks Barry. I'll keep your suggestions in mind.
> I'm still defining a
> business model for my company and I need to narrow
> my focus. I setup my
> company as a professional documentation service, or
> something vague like
> that. I needed to put something on the business
> license and articles. I am
> narrowing my focus, possibly, to producing documents
> that request money or
> work, then money, essentially.
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