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  1. #1
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    Texas State Class A Combination A/c License Holder

    Please help , need business advice for new business partnership . My sons new father in law just opened a General Home Construction Business. Should I get a dba which he suggested and form my own business name or get a llc or become a division and use his business slogan that also offering a/c system .I would be the a/c component. I will start part time overseeing projects as I have a full time job. He will hire a supervisor. And having 3-4 helpers. He's putting money up front to start aprox 100 k. He was concerned about making the 100k back in s year. We will spilt a/c 70 me and 30 him. He will get 100 % of construction. When I go full time I'll get a part of the construction in 2.5 years.

    Thanks, truly not sure which direction to go .

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    Not sure this is the right forum for this discussion.

    Your post count is high enough, you should submit your credentials to the site staff for business management access.
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    Thanks . I will do that .


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    Moved to General forum.
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    In the state of Texas in order for you to be the license holder you have to be a full time employee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leslie cook View Post
    In the state of Texas in order for you to be the license holder you have to be a full time employee.
    Oh no, you want these guys to actually follow the rules ?

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