(Amended by Ordinance Nos. 183727 and 187339, effective October 16, 2015.)
A. Within 60 days of beginning business, the taxfiler must complete a registration form. The Division may issue or otherwise provide access to either an electronic or printed “Certificate of Compliance” upon registration to assist businesses in proving their compliance to regulatory agencies or to the public. Subsequently, after each year’s tax filing the Division may issue or otherwise provide access to either an electronic or printed Certificate of Compliance indicating that the taxfiler is in compliance with the City’s Business License Tax Law as of a particular date.
B. The City’s issuance of a “Certificate of Compliance” does not entitle a taxfiler to carry on any business not in compliance with all other requirements of this Code and all other applicable laws.
C. A taxfiler is deemed to be doing business within the City within any fiscal year he or she receives income from business activity conducted within the City, notwithstanding that such activity has ceased. Income from business activity that has ceased includes, but is not limited to, income from installment sales (including sales of real property), collection of accounts receivable, covenants not to compete, and income from contractual agreements related to the trade or business activity.