Oregon Business License

The Fastest Way to Get Your Oregon Business License

Oregon state business licenses are not easy to understand, let alone obtain. Business Licenses, LLC cuts through the clutter and helps business owners understand their Oregon state business license requirements.

April 23, 2020 Update: Needless to say, the Coronavirus has dramatically affected economic conditions in Oregon and every other state too. Nevertheless, business owners are still filing for licenses and permits, authorities are still requiring them, and Business Licenses, LLC is still assisting customers with Business License Compliance Packages for Oregon. Business Licenses, LLC’s partners are indeed sponsoring free BLCPs for many qualifying business owners.

December 10, 2020 Update: According to the most recent report from the Oregon Economic Forum (OEF), regional economies in Oregon continue enjoying rapid growth as well as above-trend activity paces and solid residential housing sales. In addition, the OEF report indicates that the Oregon labor market is strong with low unemployment rates and negligible filings of unemployment claims. OEF officials further state that job growth in Oregon is likely to increase over time.

There has never been a better time to launch a business in Oregon. The Secretary of State reports a nearly 19 percent increase in the number of businesses (now over 7,295) that have operated in Oregon since 2018. The majority of these are limited liability companies (LLCs) followed by assumed business names and new corporations. This last category includes nonprofit, foreign, and domestic corporations.

To run your own company in Oregon, you must obtain a business license. This is a time-consuming, complex process that involves:

• Creating a business plan
• Choosing your business structure and name (business structures include sole proprietorships, corporations, nonprofits, LLCs, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, and general partnerships)
• Registering the business with the state
• Learning about the applicable tax laws for your desired business structure
• Obtaining an Employer Identification Number
• Researching and acquiring the permits, certifications, and licenses you need to operate a business in Oregon

Many people who want to start a business in Oregon seek professional assistance from organizations that specialize in obtaining business licenses. This is an invaluable resource for entrepreneurs who don't have the time or means to do this alone. Additionally, these companies know exactly what needs to be done so that you can begin your business in compliance with all state and federal regulations.

Explore Local Business License Requirements in Oregon

Explore your local licensing authority requirements by clicking on your county in the list below. You can further drill down to your city to better understand all of your business license and permit requirements. Don't forget that if you're providing services in more than one jurisdiction in Oregon, you will need to review your business license requirements in every city/county in which you're doing business.

Get Requirements for Your Oregon Business License

No matter how large or small your business is, Business Licenses, LLC can provide you with all you need to get a business license in Oregon (OR). We also can provide you with the Oregon state business license requirements that are specific to your industry.

Professional Help for Getting Business License in Oregon

Beyond discovering and comprehending requirements for how to get a business license in Oregon (OR), many organizations spend valuable time on the application process itself. Business Licenses, LLC provides professional assistance for collecting all of your Oregon business license requirements, filling in the paperwork, and submitting them to the proper authorities in Oregon. A Business Licenses, LLC expert will talk with you and complete the Oregon business license applications on your behalf, regardless of complexity. We will then submit your Oregon business license applications online (wherever possible) or send you forms that are ready for you to sign, date, and drop in the mail.