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Hey guys welcome back to my channel I'm your host Maybelline and in today's episode we'll be discussing how to get tax exempt on Walmart so let's jump onto Walmart's homepage we'll be scrolling down all the way here to the bottom it says tax exempt program click on that I realize my name just disappeared yes I'll just squish it so yeah this is Walmart's tax exemption program they pretty much tell you that you can become tax exempt as long as you have certain documents depending on what state you live in so here are the documents that they require of you depending on what kind of organization you are I'm a we're resellers so we stick to this section right here and then you just find your state whatever and if you're from Washington let's say you would need both the multi jurisdiction form and the sales tax license this goes by different names depending on what state you're from some states call it a certificate of authority sales and use tax license they go by many names which is kind of confusing so if you're not sure what yours is called just go to Google type in sales tax certificate or collect sales tax for blank state and you should be able to find it so yeah today we're going to be applying for a tax exemption through Walmart's website and I kind of already filled out some of my information but the other day I couldn't print out anything because I had no ink in my printer so yep I went out finally got some ink and printed out what I needed to do scanned it and now I can finally upload all my information to their portal so we'll just go to the next page when it asked you please choose the purpose of your organization choose resale save and continue' please choose your organization type since we're in the business of resale just choose resale miscellaneous save and continue and choose all categories except tobacco because we don't sell that save and continue okay for this section I made the mistake of selecting everything and I emailed them just to make sure they sent me back this email saying when completing the state section select all states except for CA c td c FL h i and a and D and s and T n so that's what we're gonna do we're gonna do you select C a California C T M C T's what Connecticut Connecticut connected they should alphabetize this DC d c okay oh wait no shirt what am i doing I'm getting my things mixed up DC abbreviation no this year's of Columbia I knew I was wrong just wanted to double check myself District of Columbia Florida right sort of order this yeah guys if you don't know like control F that's that's like life-saving oh I just click for it again control f lets you find.

FAQ

What is the most unreasonable customer complaint you've heard?
I’ve had too many to count. Working at customer service at Walmart you will see just about anything. I’ll give you a few.• A woman comes up with a bag of what appears to be red mud. She plops it on my counter with a wet sploosh. The customer shoved a receipt in my face while explaining she needs to exchange her dress for a new one. She’d only gotten to wear it to church once before she tripped and landed in a mud puddle.I blinked before prodding the muddy dress in the bag. I took a deep breath before explaining, as nicely as I could, that clothing exchanges just don’t work that way. The only way we could exchange or refund an article of clothing was if there was a factory defect or if the clothing was in new condition.The woman insisted that she had always exchanged her ‘stained• clothing with us. I explained that after items left the store, they belonged to the customer, unless damaged by the manufacturer, or in new condition, and we did not exchange stained clothing. She blew up and went through two CSMs and a front end manager before grabbing her muddy dress and storming from the store.• A woman came in with a totally empty cake box and demanded another cake and her money back. The cake, she said, had been for her daughter’s birthday party and it had been stale and was disgusting. I asked her where the cake was and she huffed and rolled her eyes, telling me that it was a party and they HAD to eat it. I turned it over to the bakery manager. She took great pleasure in telling the customer she had to have at least a bit of the cake to do anything.• A man came in with a swimming pool that he claimed was two years old because grass had grown through the liner. It smelled so bad all the customers in line left. I was gagging too much to do anything until a coworker shrink wrapped the nasty thing.The customer had no receipt but claimed he paid $500 for it. I told him that even with a receipt, we could only do an exchange within 90 days. I had a CSM over ride me on this one, even though we didn’t even carry the same pool. There was no way to even ring it into the system.I told my CSM that I would have nothing to do with the transaction and made her sign everything. I warned her someone would get fired over this transaction and it would not be me. True to my words, I was called into the store manager’s office and told to explain myself. I explained that the whole thing was the CSM’s fault and she was fired.• A lady brought in an opened DVD and wanted her money back. Copyright law prohibits this. We can exchange for the exact same title but no refunds or title swaps. I told her I was sorry and explained the law. She goes into a full blown rant because she wanted the same movie she saw in the theater but this one was modified.I asked the customer what she was talking about and she tells me it says it’s been modified right at the beginning of the movie and she wanted the same one from the theater, not some modified crap. Obviously, she was talking about the screen that tells you the film has been modified to fit your tv screen. I asked her if she had watched the movie. No. She hadn’t wanted to bother since she knew it wasn’t what she wanted. I explained the modification was only to the size of the film, not the content. She gives me this blank stare and tells me not to blow smoke up her butt. Okay. I try again. Telling her to just take the movie home and watch it, promising that it’s the same movie.The customer became so upset that I had to call in both a CSM and the Electronics manager. They pulled her aside and tried to explain things to her with no success. The customer threw the DVD at us and stormed off.• A customer came in with a desktop computer to exchange. I asked him what was wrong with it and he told me it was an oversized paper weight. He said it did nothing and would not even turn on. I pulled it out of the box, plugged it up, hit the power button, and it immediately started booting up. The guy gapes at me for a moment before asking what I did. I told him I had plugged it in and pushed the power button. He said he hadn’t realized there was a power button. We packed it back up and he took it back home.
How much does it cost to start a 501(c)3 in NYC?
According to the Department of State, Division of Corporations, State Records, and UCC for New York, you must pay the statutory filing fee of $75 (as of July 2022. along with a small fee to check name availability.Filling out your non-profit forms accurately is very, very important. Ultimately, what you put in your documents may affect whether you are (or will remain) tax-exempt. Now, with that being said, your state documents aren’t the only documents you must complete. You must also fill out an Application for Recognition of Exemption with the IRS. Some non-profits are eligible to fill out a streamlined version, but you should talk with an attorney or tax professional to determine which one you should complete.You may also be required to obtain certain permits or licenses in New York (at either the city or the state level). This depends on what your non-profit will do or sell in order to raise money. Without the right permits or licenses, your non-profit could be shut down.You also need to write bylaws and appoint directors to the non-profit. Directors are important and should be chosen with care. They make important business and financial decisions for your non-profit. They will also officially adopt the bylaws at the first board meeting. The bylaws explain how the non-profit will be ran.Because non-profits must remain in compliance with state and federal law, it’s a good idea to first speak with an attorney and maybe even consider allowing the attorney to fill out the documents. It’s really worth the price since the tax-exempt status of the non-profit can be affected by a mistake. If you’d like to speak with an experienced attorney, check out LawTrades. Our legal marketplace has helped connect many entrepreneurs with experienced, non-profit attorneys to get them up and running. Hope you give us a try!
What requirements are there for building a startup?
There are no requirements to actually building a startup.Every startup will have its own special way that it will start up and its own bespoke path to the road for success. That being said, there are guidelines that most startups follow in order to increase their chances of success. Let me share them with you.LegalMaking sure that a startup begins on the right legal footing is crucial for success. You will want to make sure that the startup is registered, has the right structure and all the proper legal documents and certifications.You would be surprised by the number of startups that don’t have all of the followings! If you aren’t legally covered from the beginning, it can cause serious trouble for your startup in the future.For example, imagine you are running a Fintech startup.You might be unaware of all the regulations that your startup must abide by.Hence, you might be accidentally be violating one or more of them if you don’t have the proper supervision or license.A regulatory body like the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) might find out about this and either give you a hefty fine or even ask for your business to shut down due to its illegal nature.Either way, your startup has just been dealt a massive blow that will be almost impossible to come back from.TeamEvery startup needs to be started with the best possible team to run and have a vision of the future for it.Then from there, they will need to hire the best possible talent that they can.Why? Because having the best people working for your startup will help it scale for the future.That is why companies like Google, Facebook, Amazon, Apple and etc spend so much money and time on hiring the best people out there for the job. When raising funds, investors will want to see why your team is the best team for the job.That is why having the best talent is so important. It will show investors and the world that your team has what it takes to take this idea into the future.In the startup world, no matter how amazing your idea is, if you don’t have the right team to execute it, it will fail.IdeaWhich brings us to the idea itself. At the end of the day, the idea itself will be fundamental to building your startup and its success.This means that you have to be 100% convinced that what you will be working on has the potential to actually change the world or industry.You will have to do a crazy amount of research on your industry, competitors, current trends, future trends, the market, consumer research and so on and so on.The fundamental question you should be able to answer is whether or not the pain point you are trying to solve really exists and if your product would be the best one to solve it.Then from there, you will have to be able to take the next step in the journey which is to actually start the business.Starting a company is not easy and it will require a lot of blood, sweat, tears and sacrifices but, speaking from experience it is completely worth it!I recommend you read as many books as you can from past founders (like Tools of Titans, The Hard Thing About Hard Things and etc), blogs, videos, podcasts and etc as you can to gain as much knowledge as you can before jumping in.At the end of the day, your ability to learn (because no one knows everything, no matter how many times they have done it) and grow will be fundamental to your success with your startup and with life!I hope this has helped you and if you have any legal questions or need legal assistance for your startup, feel free to contact me or visit our website. We offer a FREE Startup Legal Consultation, check it out!
What is required to set up a non profit NGO in Portugal?
Non-profits are great, but they can certainly require a lot of work to get off the ground. I am not telling you that to try and dissuade you from forming one. Having worked with several, I understand the passion involved and sometimes that passion can blind well-meaning people from the business aspects.Your first step is to do some research. You want to look into your fundraising options, look for potential sponsors, and consider drafting a list of things that you could do throughout the year to keep money coming into your organization. You also need to decide if you’re going to prmoney or services directly to your specified cause or if you’re going to donate what you raise to another charity.Your second step is to have a plan. Just because you’re forming a non-profit doesn’t mean that you can ignore a business plan. People who donate their money, resources, or time will want to know what they are supporting. A well-written business plan can help legitimize what you’re doing. To write one, you need to make sure that you’ve completed step one!Your third step is to complete the non-profit paperwork. You can do this on your own or you can get help from an attorney. It is very important that the documents are properly completed. If they aren’t completed properly, your organization will not be tax-exempt. You can register your non-profit in your own state or in any state that you’d like. You do this through the Secretary of State website. However, before you complete and turn in the documents, make sure that you do a name search. You can’t use a name that’s already in use or one that is so similar to an existing business name that the public could be confused. You pay the state filing fee with the completed paperwork.Your fourth step is to complete the IRS form. In order for you to be granted tax-exempt status, you must complete Form 1023-series application.You must name a board and adopt your bylaws. You must name people to your board and adopt the bylaws of your non-profit. Bylaws explain exactly how your non-profit operates. You must keep minutes during this board meeting (and all other board meetings). Your best bet is to hire an attorney who specializes in non-profits to take care of all these tedious requirements.As you see, the process for forming a non-profit can be time consuming. If your documents aren’t properly filled out, you could lose your tax-exempt status. If you’d like help with forming your non-profit, consider the attorneys on LawTrades. We are a legal marketplace that makes it easy and efficient for entrepreneurs to hire and work with vetted lawyers for transparent, flat-fees! Hope this helps.
How do you start a non profit organization in India? Is the standard of life less than people working in top positions in corporate?
This is not as detailed an answer as I would like but there is a limit how much time one can fritter away at work. However having started and having had to abandon a 501(c)3, I would like to warn you about some of the pitfalls:1.) Know your subject inside out, live it, breathe it. My subject was modern opera and it was pretty much the only thing I had covered. You must be able to run down what you are raising money for and infuse contributors and team members with a messianic, John Brown-like sense of urgency.2.) Have time to work on the project full time. It is very difficult or impossible to run a non profit and work a 9 to 5. If you are planning to carve an administrative salary out for yourself it may be a long time coming and that salary must be approved by a board even after you get your federal tax exempt status.3.) Raise money or have money that you must raise well in advance of getting your 501(c)3 status that will be sufficient for the legal and accounting help you will need for writing up an agreement and a budget that will have to be approved to establish your organization. The timetable is a lengthy one and there are many steps required for you to be able to file and then apply for state and federal grants and you will need detailed advice establishing how long it will take and how much it will cost. It took me about a year and then I had to set up payroll for 3 employees and figure out withholding, etc. just like any business.4.) When you set up your board, avoid appointing your friends or people who are merely sympathetic to your idea but rather try to attract people who can substantially help you reach your goal and who believe in your cause as strongly as you do. This is easier said than done, but your initial board needs a lot of time to work toward your goal and not just go to occasional meetings. It is critical that all board members make an immediate (financial, expertise, time commitment) contribution to your non profit if it is to succeed.Find as many people who have started non profits, hopefully in the area you wish to start one, as you can and ask them as many detailed questions as possible. If you haven't done a lot of research you cannot hope to find helpful answers. If you don't have a lot of people helping you in the beginning you are basically looking at taking an unpaid job for the next few years. But if you really believe in what you're doing and are prepared for it to have it consume your life you can make it work. Good luck!
How do I pay occupancy & hotel taxes in NYC for hosting on Airbnb?
IMO that would be unwise. Even with the landlord's permission, renting on Airbnb is illegal in NYC unless your building is zoned and permitted for transient occupancy. I would suggest not filing to pay taxes as that would evidence and record income from unlawful rental activity.
Should feminine products be free?
I don't think so, no. Free products are nice, but are subject to several inconvenient conditions:Nothing produced by industry is free. If it's free for you, it means someone else has paid for it instead of you. This means that, when things are distributed for free, they are generally subsidized by the state. Which, in turn, means that the state has allot some finances for the freebies. Can you guess how happily a state usually allots a sum for giveaways? Grudgingly, grudgingly so. Which means that the free hygienic products will be:Of average/low quality. You do not get “DNatural Feel With Extra Lube for Prolonged Pleasure” condoms from a free source at a school counselor. You get something only to get by, something better than nothing. So if you want extra absorbent night pads with protective wings and super natural soft feel, you're out of luck with free ones.Of limited amount. Either they are strictly regulated (e.g. one daily shot of at a drug support center, but not more), or they're not, but someone got there earlier than you and stocked up, draining the available supply before you decided to take one for yourself, and the person responsible for refills can only shrug: “Sorry, we're out of stock this week”.Only available at specific places during specific times, e.g. “this community center that closes at 4 pm and doesn't work on Sundays”.Possibly subject to paperwork, i.e. you might need to fill out some forms and wait in some lines before you can protect your underwear from the red flood.So no, they should not be free in the sense of “should”. They can and should definitely be free in situations where they are a dire need, such as in hospitals after childbirth or a gynecological surgery, or in a homeless shelter. And I do believe that they should be tax-exempt, but still - not totally and always free. A person should be able to choose and buy a variety of hygienic products from a variety of locations.
Is it illegal for my boss to fill out the tax papers to tell them how much to take out?
It would be illegal for an employer to fill out a W-4 form for you.However, if you have not signed a W-4 form and given it to your employer, the employer is still required to withhold taxes. If I remember correctly they must do as if you'd filled out the form as single with 0 exemptions.If you want to change what your employer is withholding, you should be able to go to Internal Revenue Service, print out a W-4 form, fill it out and give it to your employer.If after that your withholding doesn't change in a reasonable time (I think they're allowed a couple of weeks), then talk to the IRS.
I am a minor in Maryland. How do I start a nonprofit organization? My mom is helping me.
Here's a good summary of what's involved in Maryland: How to Form a Maryland Nonprofit Corporation | Nolo.com. The big problem you're going to run into is that all the incorporators of the corporation need to be over 18. Assuming your mother is willing to serve as an incorporator in your stead. You also need $170. The form is pretty simple to fill out, and importantly has the boilerplate text that the feds require. Fill out the form, pay your money, and you're a Maryland non-profit corporation. Well, you need to create bylaws, and such, but there are copy-and-paste samples out there you can use to create one from.Unfortunately, registering with the state gets you pretty close to bupkis. If you want to solicit funds from the public and have the be tax-exempt (and not have the donations be taxable income from the perspective of the feds and Maryland), you need to snag a federal 501(c)3 status, and that's a much more involved process involving more filing fees and more forms (and probably a lawyer, unless you really know what you're doing.) It took us nearly a year and a lot of back-and-forth with the IRS to get our 501(c)3, although things have evidently loosened up quick a bit since the scandals of a few years ago.
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