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JERSEY CITY -- A police bureau tasked with alcoholic beverage control has blocked a liquor license transfer that would have allowed a liquor store to open.

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Some of the fundamental requirements when it comes to opening a liquor store include: completing all paperwork, choosing what kind of store you want to set up (franchise, self-owned, or part of another store,) acquire a list of licensed liquor suppliers, and setting up security measures for your shop.

Surprisingly, before you can even sell one bottle of liquor on your premises, you have to deal with cases upon cases of paperwork. Yes, paperwork – meaning you have to do lots of legwork on your own. If it is feasible, you need to retain the services of a lawyer to help you work out some fundamental issues of this business like contracts and zoning issues.

Opening a liquor store requires sufficient financing to be able to outfit the store premises, purchase your initial inventory and pay for the usual start-up costs, such as registration and license application. To approach an investor for financing or a bank for a loan, you need a solid business plan for the store that covers how you plan to market and operate the liquor store, your projected financial performance and the anticipated return on investment.

A business plan for a wine store in Boston prepared by Vino Maestro begins with an executive summary, which provides the rationale for the business and the objectives. Using free business plan software, the plan goes on to detail its mission and goals, anticipated locations and facilities, an analysis of the marketplace and competition buying patterns. The plan goes on to identify the needs of its target market, projected sales and the strategic alliances that can help it achieve these sales, such as co-marketing with gourmet food operations, importers and producers.

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Go to http://sba.gov/smallbusinessplanner/plan/writeabusinessplan/index.html, http://www.bplans.com/ or http://www.score.org/template_gallery.html for instructions on how to write a business plan and sample business plans.

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Some of the fundamental requirements when it comes to opening a liquor store include: completing all paperwork, choosing what kind of store you want to set up (franchise, self-owned, or part of another store,) acquire a list of licensed liquor suppliers, and setting up security measures for your shop.

Surprisingly, before you can even sell one bottle of liquor on your premises, you have to deal with cases upon cases of paperwork. Yes, paperwork – meaning you have to do lots of legwork on your own. If it is feasible, you need to retain the services of a lawyer to help you work out some fundamental issues of this business like contracts and zoning issues.

Some of the fundamental requirements when it comes to opening a liquor store include: completing all paperwork, choosing what kind of store you want to set up (franchise, self-owned, or part of another store,) acquire a list of licensed liquor suppliers, and setting up security measures for your shop.

Surprisingly, before you can even sell one bottle of liquor on your premises, you have to deal with cases upon cases of paperwork. Yes, paperwork – meaning you have to do lots of legwork on your own. If it is feasible, you need to retain the services of a lawyer to help you work out some fundamental issues of this business like contracts and zoning issues.

Opening a liquor store requires sufficient financing to be able to outfit the store premises, purchase your initial inventory and pay for the usual start-up costs, such as registration and license application. To approach an investor for financing or a bank for a loan, you need a solid business plan for the store that covers how you plan to market and operate the liquor store, your projected financial performance and the anticipated return on investment.

A business plan for a wine store in Boston prepared by Vino Maestro begins with an executive summary, which provides the rationale for the business and the objectives. Using free business plan software, the plan goes on to detail its mission and goals, anticipated locations and facilities, an analysis of the marketplace and competition buying patterns. The plan goes on to identify the needs of its target market, projected sales and the strategic alliances that can help it achieve these sales, such as co-marketing with gourmet food operations, importers and producers.

JERSEY CITY -- A police bureau tasked with alcoholic beverage control has blocked a liquor license transfer that would have allowed a liquor store to open one block away from two Ocean Avenue preschools.

The action, announced at tonight''s meeting of the city ABC board, kills for now the plan to open the liquor store, opposed by the owner of one of the preschools and residents of the area who said the store would attract vagrants and troublemakers.

Because of licensing codes and guidelines, opening a liquor store in Texas is a little more complicated than opening other types of retail stores. New liquor store owners must deal with the usual concerns of start-up businesses while also ensuring that their approach meets all criteria to receive an initial liquor retailer’s license from the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, or TABC. In addition to specific licensing, liquor stores are subject to all other restrictions and rules placed on retailers by the state.

Develop a business plan for your liquor store. This plan plots expenditures and income for your business, from start-up phases to your store’s maturity. These projections will help you determine if you’re meeting sales goals and will also be necessary if you plan to secure financing.

Some of the fundamental requirements when it comes to opening a liquor store include: completing all paperwork, choosing what kind of store you want to set up (franchise, self-owned, or part of another store,) acquire a list of licensed liquor suppliers, and setting up security measures for your shop.

Surprisingly, before you can even sell one bottle of liquor on your premises, you have to deal with cases upon cases of paperwork. Yes, paperwork – meaning you have to do lots of legwork on your own. If it is feasible, you need to retain the services of a lawyer to help you work out some fundamental issues of this business like contracts and zoning issues.

Opening a liquor store requires sufficient financing to be able to outfit the store premises, purchase your initial inventory and pay for the usual start-up costs, such as registration and license application. To approach an investor for financing or a bank for a loan, you need a solid business plan for the store that covers how you plan to market and operate the liquor store, your projected financial performance and the anticipated return on investment.

A business plan for a wine store in Boston prepared by Vino Maestro begins with an executive summary, which provides the rationale for the business and the objectives. Using free business plan software, the plan goes on to detail its mission and goals, anticipated locations and facilities, an analysis of the marketplace and competition buying patterns. The plan goes on to identify the needs of its target market, projected sales and the strategic alliances that can help it achieve these sales, such as co-marketing with gourmet food operations, importers and producers.

JERSEY CITY -- A police bureau tasked with alcoholic beverage control has blocked a liquor license transfer that would have allowed a liquor store to open one block away from two Ocean Avenue preschools.

The action, announced at tonight's meeting of the city ABC board, kills for now the plan to open the liquor store, opposed by the owner of one of the preschools and residents of the area who said the store would attract vagrants and troublemakers.

Newfoundland Labrador Liquor Corporation P.O. Box 8750, Station A 90 Kenmount Road St. John's, NL, A1B 3V1. telephone 709.724.1100 fax 709.754.0321 email info.

Liquor license is going to cost you at least $50K, Leasing and remodel will be in the neighborhood of $100K, Inventory that much again, or at least $50K. And a 23 year old with no experience in the business ain t getting no loan from the SBA.