Connecticut Local Business, Insurance, and Government Resources

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Connecticut Local Business Resources

Registering a business in Connecticut is designed to be easy. In fact, you can do the process online via the Business One Stop . When you register online, you must provide the following information:

· Business name

· Business location

· Business NAICS code

· Business email address

· Name of business agent

The next step is tax registration for your business. You can do it online via the Connecticut Department of Revenue website . When you have checked with your licensing requirements in your state or city, you can proceed to this page to register online . The form will require you to fill out essential information about your business profile. You will also be asked to identify the type of business entity you are planning to register for.

You can also fill out the application form at the field offices of the Department of Revenue in Connecticut. You will do this during business hours and you can get the confirmation for the registration immediately. Make sure to bring the following documents when you register:

· Photo ID (such as your driver's license or passport)

· Check or money order (for the registration fee)

Only the applicant (or the owner named in the registration) must fill up the form. If it is an LLC or partnership, any member can sign it. The other owners must provide an authorization for registration with a Power of Attorney.

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Government Contacts

The state of Connecticut is comprised of 30 municipalities, with 149 township governments, and 384 special districts. Since the abolishment of the county government in the 1960s, counties in this state have been geographical subdivisions without governmental functions. There are also 17 public school districts within the state.

Cities in Connecticut State use either mayor-council or council-manager form of government. The former has its elected council determine its policies, appoint city managers, and enact legislation. The former on the other hand employs an elected chief executive who then gets control of the administrative agencies and has appointment powers.

Most towns in the state have a board member of three elected officials who heads the administrative branch. The legislative body is the town meeting, which is composed of registered voters. Boroughs, on the other hand, are overseen by an elected warden. Legislative functions are done by borough meetings.

See the main Connecticut Page for county links.





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