Don't forget Shrinkage.
Get your legal stuff done first.
When I moved from CT to Texas I went from a Legal vendor to a non-person BBQ wise. Right now all I can do is help out in a kitchen (cooking through church for the rotary as a guest).
Could I take a little job (that has been offered to me) on the side? Sure. But if I get caught... it makes getting approved REAL hard because you have a record of selling without proper license.
This holds true even when you are making stuff for friends and private parties. It may seem private to you but man remember HD sees things differently and can make ur life difficult if you ever plan to go legal.
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