Owning and operating a landscaping business has many benefits. The freedom of having control over your schedule and the pride of knowing that you created something using your skills are just a couple of these benefits.
Under the Illinois Landscape Architect Act of 1989, if you provide any type of landscape planning and architectural services, you must have a licensed landscape architect employed on your staff.
Any business operating within Illinois that provides goods or services for sale must apply for the appropriate tax collection registrations.
Hiring employees adds another level of legal complexities. If you have employees on your payroll, the first step is to apply for a Federal Employer Identification Number.
A well-designed outdoor space is the perfect place to relax with family and friends. Unfortunately, a stunning landscape takes hard work and regular maintenance. Over time, a landscape succumbs to the harsh elements of weather and human interaction.
The beauty and cooler weather of fall has many landscape owners thinking about how to tidy up their plants and preserve them over the winter.