Before you register…
- Register your business with Missouri Secretary of State
- Register your business simultaneously with the Missouri Department of Revenue and the Missouri Department of Labor for various taxes.
- Apply for various agricultural licenses and permits with the Missouri Department of Agriculture
- Apply for your professional license with the Missouri Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration (DIFP)
- Obtain an environmental permit, registration or certification for your business with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources
Obtain my nursing license
Obtain my optometry license
Obtain my pharmacist license
Obtain my respiratory care license
Obtain my dietitian license
Obtain my veterinary license
Obtain my marital & family therapy license
Obtain my counseling license
Obtain my occupational therapy license
Obtain my therapeutic massage license
Obtain my chiropractic license
Obtain my cosmetology-barber license
Obtain my architect license
Obtain my engineer license
Obtain my professional landscaping license
Obtain my land surveying license
Obtain my lawyer license
Obtain my real estate appraisal license
Obtain my embalming & funeral directing license
Obtain my athletic training license
Obtain my environmental permit
Obtain my charitable organization/professional fundraising registration
Obtain my health spa registration
Obtain my travel club registration
Obtain my liquor license
Obtain my food establishment license
Obtain my child care license
Obtain my gambling license
Obtain my lodging license
Obtain my lead license
Obtain my ambulatory surgical center license
Obtain my home and health or hospice Medicare provider license
Obtain my medication aide registry information
See other lists of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) applications and forms.
- Register your business with the Social Security Administration
- Register for federal taxes with the Internal Revenue Service
- File for a trademark with the Department of Commerce
- Apply for export licenses pursuant to the Trade Sanctions Reform and Export Enhancement Act of 2000 (TSRA)
Local Government Agencies
Many cities and counties impose local business licenses and/or tax requirements that businesses are to follow when operating in their jurisdiction. Contact your county/city government to learn more about their requirements.
View current and past minimum wage, wages for tipped employees, minimum wage posters, penalties, and records retention.
Find posters that are required by the state and federal governments to be displayed in the workplace.
Missouri provides employers with an easy, fast, cost effective way to meet reporting requirements for newly hired employees.