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Notes on Oregon Tax & Accounting Laws:
• Initial licensing and setup requirements and fees for new Oregon businesses vary depending on the type of business and the business entity being set up. Corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs) are subject to filing and fee payment requirements, with documents and payment to be submitted to the Oregon Secretary of State.
• Many Oregon businesses are also subject to licensing fees regardless of business entity type. Be sure to consult with an Oregon accounting professional before setting up your business to make sure you have complied with all requirements in setting up your business.
• Oregon does not impose sales and use taxes at the state level, but local governments are able to assess a limited sales tax on transient lodging and food and beverage sales. Check with local government authorities to find out whether your business is subject to any local sales tax.
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