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05-17-2018 06:49 PM
Checkinkids.com If you are taking any money, I would recommend filing here as an LLC in addition to state childcare registration. http://dos.myflorida.com/sunbiz/

I'd also reach out to https://www.southernearlychildhood.org/ for help with registration/legal setup.
04-12-2018 05:02 PM
Unregistered I have started my own home childcare and I want to get my name Register, where do I go
08-26-2012 07:08 PM
Annalee
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Originally Posted by Loveyoustinkyface View Post
Do you think a legally unlicensed in-home childcare provider in Florida (caring for only one family) needs forms and written statements, signatures, etc.?
I think a written agreement is needed for all forms of business regardless of how small the business is, and emergency information is a must when dealing with children. Society today can be sued, audited, etc. without any notice. It is better to be prepared with appropriate paperwork.
08-26-2012 07:00 PM
Bugsworthy Yes, the emergency medical form needs to be notorized in Florida.
08-26-2012 06:53 PM
Loveyoustinkyface Thank you for the input! Do you know if the Medical Care Form needs to be notartized? I live in Florida.
08-25-2012 08:28 AM
Angelsj I have often worked informally, with minimal paperwork whenever I can, but you most definitely will want the ability to get medical care for the kids in an emergency, so they will need to sign that. It probably wouldn't hurt to type up what you guys talked about as far as costs, times, or whatever is important to you and sign the copies for both of you to have. Just in case there is an issue.
08-25-2012 07:06 AM
Loveyoustinkyface Do you think a legally unlicensed in-home childcare provider in Florida (caring for only one family) needs forms and written statements, signatures, etc.?

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