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PK Visitor Guide 2017

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27 VISITPERDIDO.COM WORK IN PERDIDO WHAT PERMITS, LICENSES OR REGISTRATIONS DO I NEED FOR MY BUSINESS? Businesses located in Escambia County (whether inside or outside the city limits) need an Escambia County Business Tax Receipt obtained from the tax collector. Businesses located specifically within the city limits of Pensacola require a city BTR, as well as an Escambia County BTR. Business Tax Receipts are available and renewable online at escambiataxcollector.com/local-business-tax-receipt during the months of July, August and September and cost $26.25 for the year. Sales and tax exemption numbers can be acquired from the Florida Department of Revenue (3670 North "L" Street, Building C, Pensacola, FL 32505). Some business, such as restaurants and other food-based businesses, require inspection before the BTR can be issued. They can be contacted at 850.487.1395. These are the general permits and licenses. For a more detailed list and contact information, please go to escambiataxcollector.com/local-business-tax- receipt. *Information obtained from Escambia County Tax Collector website (escambiacountytaxcollector.com). WHERE CAN I GET INSURANCE FOR MY BUSINESS? We have multiple local insurance businesses for you to choose from. A detailed list of these companies is in our Directory on pages 104-105. Here's some advice from just a few of these agents: - Coastal businesses and flash flooding, can devastate your business. A commercial flood policy can cover both your building and its contents. Starting a new job or a new business can be intimidating, but we are here to help the transition go a little smoother by answering some questions and giving advice on Escambia County's workforce. More great sources of information include Escambia County's website: myescambia.com, and the local Small Business Development Council's website: uwf.edu/cob/community-outreach/florida- small-business-development-center-at-uwf. : PERDIDO KEY CHAMBER BUSINESS AFTER HOURS : NEXT LEVEL NETWORKING LUNCHEON

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