Starting a dealership or becoming a broker
Incorporating Your Business
Thoroughbred Auto Dealer Services can assist you with starting a dealership.
There are some legal steps to take prior to starting a dealership. First, the state and federal governments require you to file documents (incorporate) that establish your entity type, tax status, entity name, entity address, officers/members, and other information. Then, your states used motor vehicle dealer board might require proof you have applied for a Sales and Use Tax ID Certificate (ST-2). Further, you need proof you have attended a pre-licensing seminar. Finally, new dealers must insure their personal assets from your new business’ liability.
First, submit this free application for corporate filing.
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Thoroughbred Dealer Services specializes
What’s corporate filing?
If you’re planning to start a dealership, Thoroughbred Dealer Services (TDS) can help you with the complicated process of auto dealer corporate filings. Our experienced agents will consult with you to determine the best type of entity that suits your needs and file the necessary paperwork on your behalf. We understand that starting a new business can be overwhelming, and that’s why our team is committed to providing you with reliable and efficient services to help you get your business up and running as soon as possible.
Our dealer license processing services are designed to assist auto brokers, wholesalers, pawnshops, and independent used car dealers with their corporate filings. Our consultants have a deep understanding of the requirements and regulations involved in the application process for a used car dealer license. We will make sure that your paperwork is in order and that all necessary documentation is submitted along with your license application.
Different entities have different benefits
Each type of entity has its own structure and filing requirements. We will guide you through each step.
Different entities have different benefits. For example, some common entities include:
- C Corporation
- S Corporation
- Limited Liability Company (LLC)
- Sole Proprietorship
The U.S. Small Business Administration’s web site and provides information about starting a business.
Moreover, Thoroughbred Dealer Services assists you in incorporating your new independent used car sales business.
All of the necessary forms to complete a Georgia Used Car Dealer License Application are available online in a printable format. In short, visit our Resources pages to download the forms you need.
TDS are experts
Used Car Dealer License Holders
In addition, our service prepares, reviews, and submits your used car dealer license application. Furthermore, TDS are experts on the rules and requirements to be approved. In conclusion, our service assures your application is completed properly.
TDS doesn’t approve your application for your license to be issued. We can decrease the likelihood of holdups or denial.
In addition to completing your used car dealer license application, we can check for name availability, incorporate your business, and assist you in getting your tax certificate for your startup car business.
TDS will walk you through the process
Dealer License Application Service
Here’s how TDS will walk you through the process. First, complete your filing for your new entity. Second, submit your sales tax application. Third, provide you with a competitive quote on Garage Liability Insurance. Next, furnish a competitive quote on a Surety Bond. Finally, file your dealer license application in your state.
Used Car Dealer Candidates
Corporate filing services are perfect for a variety of outfits. For instance, TDS’ consultants work with used car dealers, auto brokers, auto wholesalers, auto auctions, and leasing agencies.
“Fast Track” Your Dealership’s used car dealer license application process.
If you already have your dealer license TDS can still help you.
- License change questions
- Tag & Title Questions
- Legal Questions
- Dealer Insurance and Bond Questions
- Dealer General Discussion Topics
- New Rules and Regulations
- Dealer Management System’s
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We hope to see you there soon!