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Approximately three months before your license expires, DCA will mail you a license renewal package. View list of industries Consumer Affairs licenses and their expiration dates (in PDF). You must renew your license before it expires in order to continue operating your business and avoid fines.
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If you have not linked your account:
Note: When submitting renewal application online, you must pay with a credit card (i.e., Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover Card) and it is subject to a convenience fee.
Use the enclosed return envelope to mail in your completed renewal application.
Due to COVID-19 crisis, please monitor nyc.gov/DCWPAlerts for information about limited in-person assistance.
Note: You can pay by check or money order, payable to NYC Department of Consumer Affairs. Credit cards accepted at the DCA Licensing Center and NYC Small Business Support Center include Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover Card. Credit card payments are subject to a convenience fee.
Important: General Vendors cannot submit their renewals by mail.
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