More Kafkaesque Tales About Doing Business in California

I have been trying to complete all the required paperwork for my personal LLC to do business in California for the past two months.

I still cannot open a bank account here, and likely will not be able to do so until my paperwork clears four months from now.

However, my awful experience pales in comparison to these hardworking Iranian immigrants in Southern California.

Click here for this entertaining, but unfortunately real, account of California’s Orwellian regulatory system that results in the state consistently ranking 50th in business climate.

About Sean Patrick Hazlett

Finance executive, engineer, former military officer, and science fiction and horror writer. Editor of the Weird World War III anthology.
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6 Responses to More Kafkaesque Tales About Doing Business in California

  1. Vern R. Kaine says:

    Wow. Yet another reason why for as much as I love California, I live in Nevada.

  2. Scott Erb says:

    OK, I think I’m starting to understand why California has so many economic problems. Sheesh.

  3. pino says:

    Ms Dashtaki would have been happy to label her yogurt—“This product does not meet CDFA codes”, or perhaps “The Moustache kills”, as she suggests. Not allowed. The argument that her target audience consists of sophisticated gourmets at farmers’ markets fell flat, too.

    God help the man that is offered choice.

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